Category Archives: Depression Glass

Gary Katzen Milk Glass Collection

Gary Katzen Milk Glass Collection 30 May 2013 Read Part 2: Why White? or How the %$#@! did you choose that Category? I first met Gary Katzen online, a year ago June when he sent me some incredible pictures of milk … Continue reading

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Burnham’s Timber Bitters or just Timber Bitters?

Burnham’s Timber Bitters or just Timber Bitters? 01 May 2013 (R•050914) (R•060214) Here is another oddball Bitters that surfaced yesterday when Brian Wolff was doing some online research for M.S. James’ Family Bitters. He came across the labeled Burnham’s Timber … Continue reading

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Some Beautiful Carnival Glass Pieces

My experiece with Carnival Glass is limited based on just owning a few insulators that caught my eye over the years. I pictured my PYREX CD 233 to the left. The color is quite nice. I did a Peachridge post … Continue reading

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Toppin’ it off with a few Glasshouse Hat Whimsies

There has been some interesting dialog over at Early American Glass on facebook prompted by a posting by Jeff Noordsy (visit Jeff and Holly Noordsy) of a rather nice Hat Whimsey (see green example that Jeff picked up at the … Continue reading

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My Lunch on Fiesta dinnerware at the Tea Room within the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

This past week I had lunch with an associate of mine from my company FMG Design at the Tea Room at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in historic Winchester, Virginia. This is always a nice experience with wonderful light lunches … Continue reading

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Some Gorgeous Depression Glass Table Settings

Today was filled with business in some neat historic places. We (an associate of mine Kim Cao, from FMG) started out in Winchester, Virginia and ended up with meetings in the town of Luray, Virginia. Instead of taking I-81 we … Continue reading

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