October 12, 2007 - 1:45pm
Corning Museum of Glass The world's best collection of art and historical glass. More than 45,000 objects trace 3,500 years of glassmaking history. The Rakow Research Library, the world's library of record and the finest collection of research materials related to the art, history, craft and technology of glass.
David's Doty's Carnival Glass Website Incredible website with just about anything you would want to know about Carnival Glass. Indexes of patterns, back patterns, shapes, motifs, makers/marks and glossary - all illustrated. Collections and Colors. Information on fakes.
Depression Glass Network The Depression Glass Network specializes in the collecting, selling, preservation and study of depression glass, elegant glass, kitchen glass, bedroom and bathroom glass and children's glass of the depression era. You will find information on depression glass patterns and manufacturers as well as hundreds of pieces of glass for your buying pleasure.
Dictionary of Glass and Crystal Marks Dictionary of Glass and Crystal Marks.
Fenton Glass Company Fenton Art Glass History, Logos, Labels, & Handler Marks
Fostoria Collectors Club Extensive photo gallery of colors and patterns.
Glass Bottle Identification & Information Website Historic Glass Bottle ID - The primary intent of this website is to discuss the historical details of glass bottles produced in the United States - and to some extent Canada - between approximately 1800 and 1950-60. Identification, Classification, Shapes, Glass Making, Dating, Finishes, Body and Seams, Bases PLUS Comprehensive Links Page for all types of US and International Glass Information.
Glass Encyclopedia comprehensive glass reference resource - full topic pages including definitions, photographic examples, and interesting background and historical information.
Hens on the Nest Information on collecting Hens on the Nest - Marks and Photos
Indiana Glass Company Indiana Glass History and Pattern List with Photos
Loetz The premier Bohemian glass works at turn of the 20th Century. Identification-Signatures, Finishes, History
National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. The National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. is a non-profit Ohio corporation which was founded in 1973 to establish and maintain a permanent museum in Cambridge, Ohio for the display, study and preservation of Cambridge Glass. Part of the mission includes accumulating and publishing information related to the Cambridge Glass Company.
National Depression Glass Association The NDGA is an organization for those individuals or clubs who collect depression era glassware. Photo Gallery, Articles, Information
National Heisey Museum of America Heisey Glass history, colors, etchings, types, articles, club and museum information.
National Imperial Glass Collectors Society Imperial Glass information, dates, marks, glass tableware terms and definitions.
Pattern Glass Information for Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) - Patterns, History, Reproductions, Factories, Forms
The Glass Association UK The Glass Association was founded in England in 1983 at the Stourbridge College of Art . . . The association was established in order to promote the understanding and appreciation of glass and glass-making method: and to generally increase public interest in the whole subject of glass. . . The Glass Association concerns itself with all types of glass, both historical and contemporary, and ..., seeks to cater to a wide range of glass interests.
Victoran Antique Glass Registration Lozenge (Diamond) Mark Translator This translator gives an easy to use method of dating, and finding the manufacturer of any antique glass item registered in England between 1842 and 1883. It can also be used to give the correct date of design registration for any china, metal, paper or other non-glass registered lozenge but NOT the manufacturer.
World Art Glass Sites from around the globe geared to all aspects of art glass: equipment and material resources, education sites, fabrication in the glass studio and glass works, gallery presentations, secondary sales predominately in the auction houses of the world and collections in important international museums.
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