Atlanta Antique Gallery - Glass - Antique

Glass - Antique
The category of antique glass is a major area of antique collecting with a very passionate following. The history of antique glass covers many centuries, countries, and periods; and the popularity of antique glass has continued to increase. At Atlanta Antique Gallery, we offer a broad spectrum of antique glass from A to Z, from Argy-Rousseau to Zarovien. Glass production and interest in this glass is global in scale, in forms capturing the imagination of all age groups, with even children constituting a segment of the collecting population. If your mind can imagine it, it exists in glass. In this category, you will find antique art glass, antique and vintage opalescent glass, antique brilliant period cut glass, antique and vintage pressed and pattern glass, antique and vintage milk glass, antique enameled glass, antique carnival glass; encompassing forms such as antique cruets, fairy lamps, antique perfume and cologne bottles, antique sugar shakers, Victorian glass, antique toothpick holders, antique syrup jugs; antique and elegant Heisey, Cambridge, Duncan, Fostoria and other Ohio glass companies. The range is staggering and we invite you to explore the antique glass possibilities.

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Glass - Antique - Aladdin
At the turn of the 20th century, light was still considered a somewhat supernatural commodity. Edison’s light bulb remained a work-in-progress, and the grid to power his new invention barely...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Amberina
Glass - Antique - Art Glass
At the Atlanta Antique Gallery, we are proud to offer a diverse collection of American and European antique and vintage art glass, including Mt. Washington, Wave Crest, Galle', Loetz, Aladdin,...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Baccarat
Baccarat Glass
Glass - Antique - Bohemian Art Glass
Antique Bohemian art glass is steeped in a long history of high quality, and was produced in the region now known as Austria. Kolo Moser, among others of that region, raised the standard of fine...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Bottles
A great many collectors of antique bottles have become such collectors by literally digging up an antique bottle. Others have discovered antique bottles while cleaning the attic, basement, under...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Carnival
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Cased glass – glassware made of two or more layers of different colored glass. The process involves first making an outer casing by blowing a gather, knocking off one end, and opening the piece...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Cruets
Glass - Antique - Cut Glass and Crystal
Atlanta Antique Gallery has spent years collecting the highest quality antique glassware and cut crystal products out there. We believe true beauty is everlasting, and our extensive selection of...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Daum Glass
Daum is a crystal studio based in Nancy, France, founded in 1875 by Jean Daum (1825-1885). His sons, Auguste Daum (1853-1909) and Antonin Daum (1864-1931), oversaw its growth during the burgeoning...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Depression Glass
Glass - Antique - Elegant Glass
Antique Elegant Glass
Glass - Antique - Enameled Glass
Enameled antique glass encompasses all periods, Victorian to Vintage. The expertise of artists is reflected in colorful floral and portrait hand work on glass in many antique and vintage forms....More Details »
Glass - Antique - Fairy Lamps
Glass - Antique - Fenton Glass
The Fenton Company has a vast history in American antique glass making and vintage glass making. From the early Fenton antique art glass such as mosaic, karnak, hanging hearts, to Fenton Antique...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Galle Glass
The famous French glass artist Emile Galle was born in Nancy, France in 1846 into a rapidly industrializing world with major scientific advances. His father Charles Galle owned a ceramics and...More Details »
Glass - Antique - General
Glass - Antique - Heisey
The A.H. Heisey Glass Company began producing in April, 1896, in Newark, Ohio. Many blown and molded patterns were produced in crystal, colored, milk, and custard glass. Decorative techniques of...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Higgins
Higgins Glass refers to any piece of art glass or fused glass fashioned by Michael and Frances Higgins, of Chicago, Illinois, USA, during the last half of the 20th century. Their work combines a...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Lalique
Glass - Antique - Loetz Art Glass
Loetz was the premier Bohemian art glass manufacturer during the Art Nouveau period (or Jugendstil, as it was called in German-speaking countries) from roughly 1890 to 1920. Founded in 1840 by...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Milk Glass
Opaque antique white glass attained its greatest popularity at the end of the 19th century. American glass manufacturers made antique milk glass tablewares as a substitute for more costly European...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Moser
Antique Moser Glass
Glass - Antique - Mt. Washington
At the top of the Victorian glass era in America, stands the Mt. Washington Glass Company as a symbol of all that went right in antique glass making. As early as 1868, the seeds of this company...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Murano Glass
Murano glass has been a famous product of the Venetian island of Murano for centuries. Located off the shore of Venice, Italy, Murano was a commercial port as far back as the 7th century. It is...More Details »
Glass - Antique - New England
The Glass of New England 1818-1888. The glass industry was attracted to New England for many of the same reasons it was attracted to other locations throughout history; access to natural fuel...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Opalescent
Glass - Antique - Pattern Glass EAPG
Collecting Early American Patterm Glass or EAPG can be exciting, but at the same time, confusing. Pattern names vary; factual information can be difficult to attain; and myths about this antique...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Peach Blow Glass
Glass - Antique - Perfume/Factice/Cologne Bottles
The second half of the 19th century was the golden age for decorative antique bottles, e.g., perfume bottles, cologne bottles, and scent bottles. An antique atomizer, for example, is a perfume...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Pickle Castors
Glass - Antique - Pressed Glass
Glass - Antique - Salt & Pepper Shakers
Glass - Antique - Slag Glass
"Slag glass" is a collectors' name for opaque pressed glass with coloured streaks, usually white and/or cream streaks like this brown bugle made by George Davidson's in the North East of England in...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Steuben
Glass - Antique - Sugar Shakers
It has been said that Victorians had "something for every occasion", and it does seem to be true as we look at the sugar shaker or muffineer. It is a great tradtion among Victorian antique...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Tiffany
Louis Comfort Tiffany (February 18, 1848 January 17, 1933) was an American artist and designer who worked in the decorative arts and is best known for his work in stained glass and is the American...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Toothpick Holders
Glass - Antique - Vaseline Glass
A Bohemian named Joseph Riedel separated uranium salts from pitchblends in approximately 1835. He added these salts to a glass as a colorant, and the result was a bright yellow-green glass that he...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Vases
A great many collectors of antique & vintage vases, have become such collectors by literally digging them up. Others have discovered antique vases while cleaning the attic, basement, under the back...More Details »
Glass - Antique - Venetian
Glass - Antique - Victorian Glass
Glass - Antique - Wave Crest - C.F. Monroe
Wave Crest is an antique glass line produced by the C.F. Monroe Company of Meriden, Connecticut around 1892. One of the most important names associated with the company is Carl V. Helmschmied, who...More Details »
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