Not a highly recognized name in depression glass, but the cobalt color still attracts lots of collectors. Find out more here.
If you like Modertone's colors, you'll love Newport, too. Take a look!
Normandie: Depression vs. Carnival
Learn the differences between depression glass and carnival glass through this informative justglass.com article on the Normandie pattern.
The Other Windsor!
Most depression glass collectors know Windsor as the pattern produced by Jeanette Glass Company, but Federal Glass Company had their own version. See what it looks like here.
An alphabetical listing of known elegant and depression patterns that have been reproduced.
Many collectors overlook this small, but lovely pattern. Find out more about Rose Cameo with a justglass.com article.
A gorgeous pattern that comes in a rainbow of colors, Royal Lace continues to delight, and disappoint, collectors. Find out more through this justglass.com feature.
Any glassware lover will appreciate this glorius collection of green depression glass. Offers numerous thumbnail pics with decorating views too.
Jeanette Glass Company produced this attractive depression glass pattern in the late '30s. Learn more about it here.
What is Depression Glass?
A brief history from the National Depression Glass Association.
Word Search Puzzle
Tarheel Depression Glass Club offers this fun puzzle featuring depression glass pattern names. See if you can find them all.
Westmoreland's Banded Roses
This beautiful black-banded glassware gets some attention in this illustrated article.
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