Antique and vintage glassware ranges from simple to fantastic, and affordable to outrageous - literally something for everyone.
Carnival Glass: This type of glass made by a number of different companies is characterized by its "oil slick" coloring in varied hues.
Depression Glass: This molded glass is of low quality but its beautiful colors and fancy patterns have garnered a following with collectors nonetheless.
Elegant Glass: While made in both clear and colors like Depression glass, the quality of "elegant" glassware is significantly higher.
Fenton Glass: One of the most prolific of American glassware companies, Fenton made everything from cranberry glass to milk glass in a plethora of patterns.
Kitchen Glass: An offshoot of Depression glass, many useful items were made in a variety of colors in the 1920's & 1930's which include Delphite Glass, Fire King, Jadeite Glass, Platonite Glass.
Milk Glass: An opaque white glass popular around the turn of the 20th century.