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Glassware Identification Links and Selected Production Dates

Below are some great links we have discovered on the web that can help you identify glassware makers. When you click the link, you will leave our website. If you want to return, click the back button on your browser.

American Brilliant Period Cut Glass ACG Association - Examples
Anchor Hocking Glass Corp.(1937 to present, Fire-King 1940s to present)
Blenko Glass Company Web Site Home (1930 to present)
Candlewick Stemware Reference Pages (Imperial pattern: 1936-1984)
Carnival Glass 101
Carnival Glass: CarnivalGlass.org
Carnival Glass Clubs and Websites
Collector Information Glassware Links
Davidson English Pressed Glass
Decanters & Drinking Glasses
Depression Glass Patterns and Makers
Depression Glass Pattern Identification
Dictionary of Collectible Glass and Crystal Marks
EAPG: Corrections to Edwards Book
EAPG: Early American Pattern Glass at patternglass.com
EAPG- Early American Pattern Glass at allantiqueglass.com
Etched Crystal Patterns at Replacements.com
Fenton Art Glass Co. (1905 to present)
Fenton Fanatics site
Fenton National Glass Society
Fenton Collectibles.com
Fire King Charm Pattern
Glass Encyclopedia
Glass identification Marks and Shapes Shotglass.org
Glass Identification: Signatures & Marks
Glass makers links
Glass Marks
Glass notes some manufacturer's labels & marks
Glass info links
Glass Lovers Database
Glass Museum New Zealand (Covers US and Worldwide makers and lines)
Glass notes manufacturers, Q to R
Goebel Lead Crystal Figurines list at Replacements.com
Heisey Glass Museum - Glass Colors (1895 to 1957)
Imperial Glass Collectors' Society (1904 - 1984; carnival glass from 1909; Imperial Art Glass 1916-1930s)
Indiana Glass at Glass Lovers (1904 to 2002)
Indiana Glass: Carnival Patterns
Kanawha Glass (1960-1987)
King's Crown Pattern (info at Suziemax) (by Adams, Indiana, and Tiffin Glass, 1890s to 1990s)
Morgantown Crinkle Tumblers & Stemware(1899 to 1937 and 1937 to 1971 as the Morgantown Guild)
Orrefors & Kosta Boda (1914 to present)
PatternGlass.com
Pilgrim Glass (1956 to 2002)
Pressed Glass and Goblets pressedglassandgoblets.com
Scandinavian art glass at Just glass
Scandinavian glass Article in Collector's Weekly
Seneca Driftwood Casual Tumblers & Stemware (1953-1983)
Viking Art Glass (1944 to 1984)
Westmoreland Glass Co. Club) (1924 to 1984)
West Virginia Glass Company (1928 to 1987)

Information About Bottles, Jars, and Insulators

Below are some great links we have discovered on the web that can help you identify marks and codes to establish the age of vintage and antique items. When you click the link, you will leave our website. If you want to return, click the back button on your browser.

Antique bottle closures
Antique bottle price list
Antique Canning Jars
BLM Historic bottle homepage
Bottle collecting page
Bottle Typing-Shapes Page
Bottle Collector's Haven
Bottles: antiquebottles.com
Bottle Marks at GlassBottleMarks.com
Bottle USA Glass Bottle Marks
Determining Values of Bottles
Glass Factory Marks on Bottles, Pg3
Glass Factory Marks on Bottles, Pg2
More Bottle Marks - USA
Fed. of Historic Bottle Collectors: Fruit Jar Primer and References
Wheaton Bottle Club
Ink Bottles


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