Typically, the term “depression glass” encompasses all mass-produced, machine-made glassware manufactured from the late 1920s to the early 1940s – the years roughly coinciding with the Great Depression. Most pieces of depression glass were either sold cheaply, given away by movie theatres, department stores, and other businesses, or included as a free “premium” with oatmeal, flour, sugar, and other foods.
Here, our inventory specialists have assembled an impeccable selection of depression glass items from our extensive inventory of 12 million pieces of tableware! These resplendent and colorful depression glass items come from storied companies like Anchor Hocking, Federal Glass Co., Indiana Glass, Jeannette Glass, and others, and are available in a wonderful variety of patterns including
Dogwood-Pink, Cherry Blossom-Delphite, Madrid-Amber, Cameo-Green, and more!
Pieces in this collection include champagne/tall sherbet glasses, butter tubs, dinner plates, cup & saucer sets, pitchers, and much more. Be sure to take advantage of this special opportunity – with this outstanding selection, there’s something here for every entertaining, decorating, or gift-giving need!
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