Tag Archives: Art Deco

Is it a stretch vase or a swung vase?

Stretch and swing glass vases are different types of vases. It pays to learn the difference! Continue reading

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From Grief to Glamour: The Enduring Beauty of Camphor Glass

I’ve had this necklace and bracelet forever. I can only assume it originally belonged to my grandmother and was passed down to my mother.   I had no idea what it was, but I loved to wear it on special … Continue reading

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Ridgeleigh by Heisey: Art Deco Star of the 1930s

Every so often I take out this Heisey Ridgeleigh cigarette holder and prepare to list it in my Etsy shop. And every time, I end up putting it right back in the hutch. Why? It’s just so pretty, and feels … Continue reading

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The Great Pyramid: An Art Deco Classic from Indiana Glass Company

This isn’t a Pyramid relish dish. (Well, it sort of is.) Its official pattern name is “No. 610” – Indiana Glass rarely gave names to their glass patterns and never called this “Pyramid.” But everyone else calls it that, probably … Continue reading

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