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Catisfaction's Glass Gallery


This is a very nice Ruby Lane shop managed by Helen Gilbert who specializes in glass. Please visit her store to see what she has to sell.  You may find the piece that you have been looking for !!!


A.A. Importing Company


This company is shown because of the number of Westmoreland reproductions that can be seen in its "Glass" section link. A.A. Importing owns a number of Westmoreland moulds. including the footed Rooster, Cat on Oval Ribbed Base, Eagle on Basket, Chicken on Basket, just to name a few.


The Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum and Library


This website was developed to deliver Light in Freemasonry. While the origin dates of Freemasonry in Europe are unclear, for more than two hundred years Feemasonry has been documentd as an integral and vital part of the American society, culture and history.  This site is important to Phoenximasons (e-Masons) and the general public, because it is a well-kept repository of treasured Masonic heritage and humble origins. 




National Depression Glass Association


The National Depression Glass Association was founded in 1974.  It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of American-made glassware manufactured just before, during, and immediately after the "Great Depression." The organization is also dedicated to the dissemination of educational information regarding the same. Our ultimate goal is a first-class museum of American-made glass and related items. 




Elegant and Everyday Glass Forum


This is a very nice website for daily discussions on a far range of topics related to glass manufacturing and identification.  There are numerous glass experts, dealers, collectors and authors that participate in the discussion. There is also an excellent gallery of glass from all manufacturers.  


Candy Container Collectors of America


This club was formed in 1980 for the purpose of promoting candy container collecting. In addition, the club works to educate and inform collectors and to encourage and promote new collectors.   


West Virginia Museum of American Glass


The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia was established in Weston, West Virginia, in 1993 as a non-profit organization with a goal to "discover, publish and preserve whatever may relate to the glass industry in West Virginia, the United States of America or whereever else glass has been manufactured."


David Doty's Carnival Glass Website


David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass website has more than 1,600 pages and 4,000 photographs. The site is indexed by Maker, Pattern, Shape, and Motif.


Corning Museum of Glass


Founded in 1951 by Corning Glass Works (now Corning Incorporated) as a gift to the nation for the company’s 100th anniversary, The Corning Museum of Glass is a not-for-profit museum dedicated to telling the story of a single material: glass. The Corning Museum of Glass cares for and displays the world’s best collection of art and historical glass. When you visit, you’ll see more than 3,500 years of history displayed in the Glass Collection Galleries, from the glass portrait of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh to contemporary sculpture made in glass.  It boasts the Rakow Research Library, the world's foremost archive and reference collection on the history of glassmaking. The Museum also regularly publishes journals, educational videos, and scholarly publications – many of which you can access on their website. The Corning Museum of Glass is a dynamic institution that continues to actively collect, educate, preserve, and share the experience of glass.


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