Nostalgic Glassware

If you're like us, you simply can't resist pretty glassware and love how it adds a timeless look and feel to a table setting, occasional table, or kitchen counter. With every season, you’ll find an ever-growing variety of drinking glasses, cake pedestals, candy dishes, serving dishes, and more—all in gorgeous colors and styles, from Depression-era hobnail to jadeite and original-mold reproductions from Mosser Glass—to add to your collection and make your home sparkle.
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Aluminum Cups

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Collectible Hobnail Tumblers and Goblets, Handmade From American-Pressed Glass

Classic Hobnail Glassware Goblet |Collectible Unique Drinkware

The Original, Extra-Durable Bounce Tumblers From Libbey

Libbey Bounce Glassware | Classic Tumblers By Libbey

Pyrex: So practical and in so many pretty colors and patterns.

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Nostalgic Pink Dot Glasses: You'll smile every time you look at them. Visit our store in Weston, Vermont and bring a few home with you.

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Mosser Eyewinker Vanity Jar: Raised up on 4 scrolled legs, this 5" Mosser jar is perfect for your bathroom’s vanity as it’s well-suited for holding everything from cotton swabs to cotton balls.

Mosser Eyewinker Vanity Jar | Glass Bathroom Canister

Mosser Eyewinker Vanity Vase: Handmade by Mosser using an original L. G. Wright mold from 1937, this enchanting vanity vase boasts an opulent eyewinker pattern. The vase, raised up on 4 scrolled legs, is perfect for your bathroom’s vanity as it’s well-suited for holding your toothbrush and toothpaste.

Mosser Eyewinker Vanity Vase | Glass Bathroom Vase

Hen on a Nest: The first Hen on a Nest was manufactured by Indiana Glass Company in 1907.

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Georgia-Pattern Mosser Glassware: Each thick, durable piece is made using original molds and features a classic "thumbprint" design for easy handling. We’re offering this Mosser glassware in three deeply vibrant colors—cobalt blue, emerald green, and ruby red. Red glass is a bit trickier to make than the blue or green as is contains a rare element, selenium, which accounts for its rich ruby color and slightly higher price.

Mosser Glass | Georgia Pattern

A great glassware find: Collectible McCoy glassware duck planter set.

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Once found in every kitchen across America: Pyrex fridgies and S&P shakers.

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Depression glassware in a delicate pink shade.

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Handmade Mosser Night-Light Lamp blends beauty with function.

Mosser Night Light Lamp | Hand painted Floral Bedside Lamp

Mosser Dahlia Glassware captures the essence of the season.

Mosser Glass Dahlia Tumbler | Vintage Floral Glassware by Mosser

Recently we came across these collector-worthy glass hobnail tumblers made by the Smith Glass Company, which has been crafting handmade, American-pressed glass outside of Pittsburgh, PA, since 1907.

Classic Hobnail Glassware Goblet |Collectible Unique Drinkware

Vintage Swanky Swig Kitchen glasses, orginally filled with Kraft Cheese spread

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A lovely collection of vintage glassware

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Mosser Salt & Pepper Shakers

Mosser Georgia-Pattern Salt & Pepper Shakers

Nice vintage china... we want, we want, we want!

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Vintage Clare Sugar & Creamer

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Fine Etched-Crystal Sugar & Creamer Set, Crafted In Centuries-Old Irish Tradition

Crystal Sugar and Creamer Set

Aqua crest Fenton Hobnail Vase 2 nice pieces of Fenton art glass beautiful - etsy Vintagetoygal $35

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Vintage pink pyrex bowls

ciao! newport beach: pink perfection for spring

Vintage Cranberry Stained Victorian Water Set with floral decoration. Made late 1800’s to Early 1900’s.

Vintage Cranberry Stained, Victorian Water Set with Floral Decoration

Eyewinker Glass Dish From Mosser Reflects the Beauty of Days Gone By

Mosser Glass Dish with Eyewinker Pattern | Clear or Aqua