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GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware

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Excellent links to help you identify your glass

http://www.glasstrinketsets.com/cms15/ - Glass Trinket boxes and vanity sets.

http://www.spglass.com/ - One of the very best sites for identifying American Depression glass!

http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/artdeco_glass/stolzle_glass/stolzleglass_home.htm   A very fine website for identifying art deco era and earlier Bohemia/Czech art glass, including Stolzle and many other artists!

http://www.glass.cz/list/skup.asp?co=113&lang=en&level=3 - A list of Czeh/Bohemia art glass makers. Many will respond to direct questions regarding your items.

http://www.patternglass.com/eapgHome.htm - One of the best sites I've ever seen for EAPG (early American pattern glass) If your on the hunt, start here first!

http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/search.htm - This is a fantastic site to determine who did the etchings on your prized glassware, and may help identify American Antique glass as well!

http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/ - This link is written in German, if you use Goggle it is easy to translate to English. It contain's catelogs from major glass houses in Europe and can be very helpful!

http://www.pressglas-pavillon.de/ - This is a sister site to the above, and also must be translated. It has wonderful info on pressed glass pieces from many Countries.

http://www.black-poppy.co.uk/ - This link is particularly helpful when researching Art Deco styled glassware.

http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia_home.htm - This is one of my favorite websites to research all glass made in the late 19th century going right on through into the 20th century.

http://www.glassmessages.com/ - This is a glass message board, where you can post your questions or concerns on particular pieces.

http://glassgallery.yobunny.org.uk/ - This is also a sister site to the one above. It is especially nice for finding glass markings, and it also has a section on "fake" glass markings.

http://www.great-glass.co.uk/shops/shop5-1.htm - Another excellent site with glass of many era's! American, European and some Czech and other examples as well.

http://www.ddoty.com/index.html - A very excellent reference for identifying Antique Carnival Glass.

http://carnivalglass101.carnivalheaven.com/ - another excellent site for identifying Carnival Glass!

http://www.boydglass.net/ - American Glassware, mainly covered animal dishes and novelty pieces. In business since 1978 ( I think) :)

http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/DDR-Gebrauchswarenkatalog-1957.207.0.html - 1957 German Crystal catalog - very helpful for identifying German crystal glass ware.

http://chataboutdg.com/gallery/cat167.htm - Excellent website for identifying etched depression era glass ware.

http://www.virtualattic.com/those_confusing_woodland_scenes.htm - Excellent article on Depression Glass Woodland etchings. It clears up lots of confusion on those specific etched patterns.

http://threadsinthenest.blogspot.com/2012/08/wheeling-decorating-company.html - This blog shows some examples of the Wheeling Decorating Co. That was in business until 1963! They primarily did glass and china etchings, and often we find these on Elegant depression glass pieces, and cannot identify the etching. This should be very helpful!

http://indianaglass.carnivalheaven.com/default.htm - All things Indiana Glass, AKA Hoosier glass pieces! From antique to contemporary, including glass catalog pages!

http://www.natcapheisey.org/Resources.html - A fine listing of all Heisey glass patterns, along with some etchings as well.


A very fine website with references to English made glassware including Sowerby and many others.

http://www.sha.org/bottle/index.htm - This site will help you discover the makers of antique bottles, very helpful including shapes, makers etc.

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Comment by Shirley Grundman on September 17, 2014 at 10:45pm

Oh, Vicki, love the vintage blue.  I have the windmill shakers, but mine aren't that nice.  Love the fish and the windmill cocktail shakers.  It must be Blue Day.  I found these items at the GW today.These are Fenton Colonial blue thumb print goblets.L.E. Smith Canisters.  $14.99 for the set I paid.  

Comment by vicki hufstetler on September 17, 2014 at 9:04pm



I also love the "ships" pattern in cobalt blue - I own the drinking pitcher with tumblers:



I really love this pattern to, but Have never found a single one!

http://thumbs4.ebaystatic.com/d/l800/pict/271423209810_1.jpgAs always - anything with Sea Critters takes my heart! :)

The "Windmills" do come in a cobalt color too!


Comment by vicki hufstetler on September 17, 2014 at 8:58pm

Excellent idea Chris - and thank you for the tip. I think this would also help us not to get "stuck" with lights we may not like - LOL

Lillian - Do you know the name of your punch bowl and or cups patterns? It looks to me that your punch bowl is the "small" version? About what size is it please?

Also, I dropped in to visit Lillian, Shirley and other collectors who have been posting their wonderful Salt and pepper shakers. And, I really loved Lillian's "Windmill" ones made by Hazel Atlas - Depression era glass. So, I thought I'd share here, what I did there on these wonderful old pieces! I'll post a few pics to, so you all get to see them! :)

From me to Lillian on the shaker page:

Also - Your "milk" ( actually called platonite, I think) glass windmill shakers are part of a depression glass set - including all sorts of shapes. These were made by Hazel Atlas, and at one time HA was the largest glass maker in the USA! Here's is some info on this and other awesome patterns by HA: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/glassware/hazel-atlas

Comment by Chris Pollock on September 17, 2014 at 12:14pm

Betty, Vicki, I've found that the lights do not seem to want to stay stuck to the bottom of the wooden shelves. So, I bought some velcro today, 2" wide and will mount them with that.

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on September 17, 2014 at 8:38am

I have a Twins pattern carnival 2-piece fruit/punch bowl and 6 cups that aren't the same pattern. If I were to place this for sale, what would be a reasonable price to ask?

Comment by vicki hufstetler on September 16, 2014 at 10:05pm

Oh this is funny!  ( based on my post below) Just did a bit of a search to see what's going on today in battery experiments - LOL

It would seem that 1. None of today's batteries are as good as when my now 35 yr old was 12, and 2. That Rayovac is by far superior to all others - WOW!


Comment by vicki hufstetler on September 16, 2014 at 9:53pm

Thank you both, Betty and Chris! This will be an interesting experiment. I think I will purchase the current "AAA" required LED Stick ups, and see how we do. Our sales in general terms would run 7-8 hours for a time period of 2-3 times - 3 being more the average.

So, I'm also wondering if the "brand" of batteries used makes any difference also? My oldest son once ran an experiment in school, where he tested two different brands of batteries. The first brand was "Energizer" the second was "Kodak" - he put, I think 2 "C" batteries into his little brothers "toy dog" that would move around, jump, bark etc." he put the toy in the bathtub, so we all didn't go nuts - LOL!  And then tested how long it would run continually, without turning it off!

The results; Energizer ran continually less than 30 hours, Kodak on the other hand ran over 36 hours, non stop! So clearly Kodak was the superior brand of the time. This was when "the bunny" was used as the "non stop proof" of the Energizer brand!

Unfortunately, Kodak no longer makes batteries, so I think I will do a little search around and re-try my son's experiment with the new LED lights!

Thank you for the info and inspiration to! :) Happy Hunting!

Comment by Betty Proper on September 16, 2014 at 3:00pm

Thank you, Chris. 

Comment by Chris Pollock on September 16, 2014 at 12:00pm

We only turn them on for 'show' Betty. Although no one comes to visit except maybe our sons every blue moon or so.

Comment by Betty Proper on September 16, 2014 at 10:00am

Thank you, Chris, for the info.  Do you keep the lights on for extensive periods of time or just for "show" once in a while?  I am curious as to how long the batteries last.


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