"$1!!!! Way to go!!! You'll love it even more now!!! Good for you! I always say that collectors and dealers are the most optimistic people on the planet because we continue to go out and hunt with an expectation of finding something and you…"
"Hi! Yes. McKee Glass Company, early 1930s. If you have the green stripes, it's more valuable than an undecorated bowl. These are referred to as "Bell Bowls" and if you turn it upside down you'll see why. Great find on your…"
"Hi, Jo!!! Welcome to several of the groups I oversee. Obviously you love vintage kitchenware as much as I do. I see you inherited some pieces. Don't hesitate to post pictures and ask group members for information regarding anything. Welcome…"
"Tom: There are MANY patterns and pieces that fit under the umbrella of Depression Glass that were made even into the 1970s. It's a fascinating history which is why books include text and not just values. I didn't see an eBay ad, only…"
"Welcome one and all to a decades-long success story! This dinnerware makes your table POP with color in timeless yet trendy shapes and pieces! Who doesn't own something Fiesta? I mix Red (yes, radioactive red) with my Jade-ite and it looks…"
Barbara Mauzy (pronounced Moe-ZEE) is a dealer, collector, author, lecturer, and enthusiast in Depression Glass, Fire-King, Bakelite, gadgetry, and anything related to American kitchens from the 1920s –1950s. Barbara has published 18 different books on this fascinating topic, and has been written about as well as written for numerous magazines, and has been a guest on a number of television programs. Look for Barbara on eBay listing auctions as todays_pleasures_tomorrows_treasures and in this eBay store: Barbara and Jim Mauzy.
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Thanks for the wonderful welcome. I'm in eastern NC actually, closer to the coast. I am looking forward to being a part of this group. Vintage kitchen items are my weakness. Pyrex, Corning, Glasbake, etc. not to mention pots, pans and roasters. Bless him, my other half now picks right up on the "good stuff" at flea markets, thrift shops.....And he has a pretty good eye too, lucky me!
Hi Barbara, Thanks! Glad to be here! I don't think we've met, though. I've never been to Renningers. But I sell online and at the Olde Factory in Hummelstown. So maybe from there? If not, perhaps we will meet someday! :o)
I'll share one of my recent sales - Pyrex Butterfly Gold Compatibles, still in the sealed box!DSC_0027-001.JPG
I collect cartoon glasses and in that collection is included jelly glasses. I sent an email to that interest in fact, asking why not include jelly glasses to the group title like - "Peanut butter and jelly glasses including swanky swig" I mean the relationship goes about as well as fishing and hunting, doesn't it?
many thanks for your lovely greeting, i live in a village so the charity shops in the next town are oozing with jaj and pyrex, if anyone wants me to look out for anything in particular just let me know. i lost my original collection so starting again, i was pleased to pick up the chelsea print jaj set, photo on main wall, for 5 pounds, i would appreciate your feedback on it x x x
Hi Barbara, I just wanted to let you know I have one of your "Mauzy's Depression Glass" price guide book and it has helped me so much throughout the years of collecting depression glass. I take it with me everywhere! Your books are AWESOME!!! Veronica