The photo above is of a console set by Morgantown from the 1930s. "El Mexicano" pattern -- the color is "Seaweed Green." See a larger photo on our Elegant page.
Plenty of Fostoria and Cambridge glass, plus Tiffin, Morgantown, Fenton, Paden City, New Martinsville, Heisey, and Imperial, plus Perfumes, Cordials and lots more ...
We specialize in American-made glass, from companies like Cambridge and Fostoria Glassware, although we do carry some good pieces made by other companies during the Depression years. You'll find those, along with a list of perfumes and atomizers on the Elegant Depression glass page.
The pages on this site are designed so that they will load quickly for dial-up visitors. If a listed item has a picture, you can simply click on the underlined description of the item to see the picture - we don't like to waste your time loading a bunch of images (or thumbnails) that you might not want to see anyway.
We have posted several pages which are of an educational nature, to share some of the information we have accumulated, and also to help folks identify some glassware patterns and items in an easily accessed location. We hope these pages prove useful to you.
There is a page which lists a number of reference books which we have found to be particularly helpful. Where possible, we've provided a link to a site where you can purchase the book on the Internet. Good reference books are an absolute essential if you are serious about collecting glass.
While we deal primarily in American-made glass, here is a link to a wonderful web site that covers many European glass companies, including Murano, Czech, Scandanavian and English manufacturers. The site is Glass Encyclopaedia.
We are traveling Show dealers, exhibiting at about ten shows a year (see our schedule), and therefore our inventory continually changes. Occasionally, some listed items may have already been sold and not yet marked as such, but we will have other items not yet listed. Should you not find what you're looking for, feel free to call or e-mail us, to see if we might, indeed, have that special item. Enjoy your visit.
Linda and David Adams