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November - 2014

  • November-April 2015 - Coruña, Spain
    INTERNATIONAL GLASS MICROBIOLOGY EXHIBITION
    Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram. Museum of Contemporary Art, A Coruña, Spain Y se hizo la luz… (And There Was Light…) Nov 2014 – April 2015

January - 2015

  • January 30–May 31 - Athens, Ohio
    Kennedy Museum of Art at Ohio University Athens, OH 45701 (740) 593-1304 www.ohio.edu/museum American Art Glass: 1970–1990 This exhibition presents a selection of influential contemporary glass artists who made sculptures outside of the factory setting. Making one-ofa-kind objects during the American Studio Glass Movement, these artists were among the first to use molten glass in their private studios. In 1962 Harvey Littleton, known as the Father of The Studio Glass Movement, organized two workshops at Toledo Museum of Art and introduced a prototype studio furnace, which opened up new possibilities for artists using glass. Drawn from the collections of Huntington Museum of Art and Kennedy Museum of Art, the exhibition includes works by artists Dale Chihuly, Michael Cohn, Jon Kuhn, Michael Glancy, Howard Ben Tré, John Kuhn, Mary Shaffer, Jon Kuhn, Robert Kehlmann, Stephen Dee Edwards, Marvin Lipofsky, Concentta Mason, Toots Zynsky, Don Shepherd, Henry Halem, and Robert Willson.

February - 2015

  • February 4-April 26 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA - Eggstravaganza - Decorative Eggs & Glass Hen Dishes is a special exhibition in the Spite Barn Gallery from February 4 to April 26. The Victorian Era was well-noted for displays of opulence and prosperity with homes filled with numerous collectibles. This exhibit highlights decorative eggs including glass eggs that were hand-decorated with flowers welcoming the Easter season. Also displayed will be 'Hen on a Nest" covered dishes featuring rare examples of the Sandwich hen dish and an array of multi-colored eggs in glass, marble, and stone. Come and celebrate Spring at the Sandwich Glass Museum. You will have an eggcellent time!

  • February 4-June 14 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    COMMON SCENTS: The Sandwich Glass Museum in Sandwich, MA is proud to present a special exhibition Common Scents - American Cologne & Perfume Bottles from February 4 through June 14. Housed in the Museum's Special Exhibition Gallery, dozens of scent, cologne, and perfume bottles manufactured by American glasshouses in the 19th and 20th centuries are on display as well as a selection of European bottles for comparison. Featured in Common Scents are the commercial bottles produced by American glasshouses, as well as the often one-of-a-kind bottles crafted today by contemporary glass artists. Each is appreciated for the skill and craftsmanship of those who made these works of art and for the contents they once held. This is a truly remarkable collection of exquisite cologne bottles in a variety of vibrant colors, unusual shapes and intriguing patterns.

  • February 4-June 28 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA - RETURN TO THE AGE OF EXCELLENCE We are proud to bring you the artistry of well-known glass artist Roger Gandelman, whose specialty is perfume bottles, from February 4 to June 28. They are simply exquisite. He is the premier glass artist in the United States, perhaps the world, who has devoted his full artistic efforts into making these objects. While small in scale, each vessel makes a grand statement! Working unassisted in his studio allows for every progressive step in the creation of a piece to satisfy him. No piece is finished until it meets his exacting expectation. Roger explains that his designs are timeless...unmarred by passing trends; with flavors from the age of excellence, encased in a contemporary form. Gandelman's work has been seen in dozens of galleries throughout the U.S., Hawaii, Japan, England and in a number of museums including the Smithsonian Museum and Bergstrom-Mahler Museum.

  • February 14-May 10 - Tacoma, Washington
    Museum of Glass. Patra Passage. The Patra Passage suggests that the experience of an object, especially as it connects one person to another, is as important as its physical attributes. In our age of consumerism and consumption, we are all too accustomed to view works of art as commodities (especially in the West) and need to be reminded that one of the essential purposes of art is to provide a sense of cultural connection to community. For Patra Passage, artist Lynda Lowe created 108 small vessels which have been exchanged between people around the world and are now returning to the Museum in an exhibition examining gift exchange, community and spirit. The project's interactive website is www.patrapassage.com. 1801 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402

  • February 14–May 13, 2015 - Friday Harbor, Washington
    San Juan Islands Museum of Art 540 Spring St. Friday Harbor, WA 98250 (360) 370-5050 http://sjima.org Illuminated: Glass by William Morris, 1998–2013 IMA sets the stage for an exciting future in fine art exhibitions with its opening exhibition showcasing the works of glass artist William Morris. “[This] exhibition is the perfect inaugural show for the opening of the new IMA building,” said Executive Director Charlie Bodenstab. “The new structure features a dramatic glass atrium that will highlight Morris’ beautiful and evocative glass pieces.” William Morris, a teacher at the world renowned Pilchuck School, has captivated and intrigued with hauntingly evocative and beautiful glass sculptures for more than 20 years. Morris gathers much of his inspiration from ancient cultures from around the world—Egyptian, Asian, Native American—all peoples, he has said, who respected and admired the land they inhabited. Because of this, Morris’s artwork has an intriguing ambiguity: it is culturally distinct and yet familiar to all cultures. His pieces embody a spiritual quality that sharply contrasts old beliefs with those of the modern world.

March - 2015

  • March-April - Venice, Italy
    INTERNATIONAL GLASS MICROBIOLOGY EXHIBITION
    Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram. Murano Glass Museum, Italy

  • March 6-May 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    6.3–31.5.2015 Expressions, Ann Wåhlström (Ruotsi) Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • March 6-June 7 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    ABC@PGC. Exhibition featuring glass sculptures combined with an interactive illuminated word building piece that visitors can touch, rearrange and wear like apparel. Pittsburgh Glass Center, PA

  • March 20-August - Cincinnati, Ohio
    Daniel Arsham: Remember the Future. Exhibition features almost 3,000 individual artifacts cast from 20th century media devices, including glass. Contemporary Arts Center. Cincinnati, OH

  • March 24-April 4 - Round Top, Texas
    Glass Show at the Old Depot Pavilion & Dance Hall 550 N Washington Street Round Top, TX 361-865-9326 or 336-785-5224 pfau1@earthlink.net

  • March 27-28 - Independence, Missouri
    Heart of America Depression Era Glass & Pottery Show Roger T. Sermon Center 201 N. Dodgion Independence, MO www.hoagc.org

  • March 27-28 - Allendale, New Jersey
    North Jersey Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Guardian Angel Church 320 Franklin Tpke Allendale, NJ

  • March 28 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S. Evans and Associates - SATURDAY March 28, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Special Catalogued Auction of Victorian Glass Featuring the toothpick holder collection of Lowell Wiggins of Sun City, AZ, Part II of the Victorian glass collection of Robert E. Hefner, Jr. of Rosharon, TX, and Part I of the collection of the late Jerry Volkmer of Bucyrus, OH. Over 1,000 toothpick holders will be offered including art glass, opalescent, EAPG, Royal Doulton and other ceramic examples, silver-plate examples, &c. Plus all types of other Victorian glass to include opalescent and custard.
    MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • March 28 - Daphne, Alabama
    The Mobile Bottle Collectors Club’s 42nd Annual Show & Sale, will be held on Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Daphne Civic Center, 2603 US Hwy 98, Daphne, Alabama 36525. Free Admission and Bottle Appraisals. Dealer Set-up is Friday, March 27, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm and Saturday 7:00 am to 9:00 am. For more information contact: Rod Vining, 251.957.6725, E-mail: vinewood@mchsi.com FOHBC Member Club

  • March 28 - Weston, West Virginia
    American Paperweight Circle, Weston, WV – The 4th annual session of the American Paperweight Circle is scheduled for March 28, 2015 at the Museum of American Glass in West Virginia (MAG) located at 230 Main Street in Weston. There will be at least a dozen makers and dealers to exhibit and sell who come from as far away as New York. Executive director , Dean Six said, “Many of the glass artists make weights just for this show and will be introducing new techniques and designs.“ Both old and new American–made weights will be featured.
    Attendees will have the opportunity to network and learn from one another as well as see the museum’s impressive collection of over 400 weights including an extensive group from the Cambridge, Ohio Degenhart Museum that is now closed.
    A special event this year will be the dedication of a new home for the Great Pumpkin in a pumpkin patch. Already the pumpkin patch has a small selection of glass paperweight pumpkins surrounding the Great Pumpkin.
    The show and sale is from 10 am to 3 pm. Set-up for the sale is free, but tables must be reserved in advance with MAG. The event is free and open to the public.
    The museum is located at 230 Main Street in Weston WV, 26452. For more information contact 304-269-5006, glassmuse12@gmail.com, or visit www.magwv.com.
    The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia is open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day noon to 4:00pm. The balance of the year the museum is open daily noon to 4:00pm and closed on Wednesday and Sunday. Admission is free. It is easily accessible off I-79, exit 99 onto US 33 West for two miles to Main Avenue. A left turn onto Main and the Museum is on the left at 230 Main Avenue. Begun in 1992, the Museum relocated to its present location in 2007 and occupies 15,000 square feet with over 15,000 pieces of glass on permanent display. The Museum is home to the National Marble Museum and the American Flint Glass Workers Union archives. The Museum holds an annual Paperweight Circle Event, Marble Festival, Mid-Century Modern Symposium and numerous special exhibits throughout the year. More information can be found at http://magwv.com/. Questions about programs or the Museum can be directed to 304-269-5006.
    Contact Information: Dean Six, Director Museum of American Glass in West Virginia P O Box 574 Weston, WV 26452-0574 Phone: 304-269-5006 E-Mail: cairoglassbear@gmail.com Website: http://magwv.com/

  • March 28-29 - Madison, Wisconsin
    Art Glass and Bead Show. Saturday 10-5 & Sunday 10-4 Alliant Energy Center - Exhibition Hall Madison, Wisconsin

  • March 28-29 - Louisville, Kentucky
    American Bead Shows. Ramada Plaza Hotel 9700 Bluegrass Parkway, Louisville, KY 40299, USA Show Hours: Saturday: 10am - 5pm Sunday: 10am - 4pm

  • March 28-September 7 - Ebeltoft, Denmark
    40 Years of Contemporary Glass in Denmark. Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, Denmark

  • March 28-October 4 - Sunderland, England
    Clarity. Current work by British artists working in glass. National Glass Centre. University of Sunderland. Sunderland, England

  • March 28-29 - Columbus, Ohio
    Scott Antique Market. Antiques & Collectibles. Ohio Expo Center. Columbus, Ohio. Sat 9am-6pm, Sunday 10-4 Call, 740-569-4112 or Visit the website www.scottantiquemarket.com

  • March 29 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    March 29 Washington Antique Fair, Console Energy Field, Exit 15 off I-70 entrance at Washington Crown Center Mall in Washington, Pa. 8-2pm. $3

  • March 29 - Enfield, Connecticut
    Yankee Pole Cat Insulator Club's Annual Spring Insulator, Bottle, and Tabletop Collectibles Show and Sale. American Legion Hall, 566 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT. 06082

  • March 29 - Tylersport, Pennsylvania
    The 21st Annual Bucks-Mont Bottle Show and Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, early buyers at 8:00 am at the Tylersport Fire Company, 125 Ridge Road, Tylersport, Pennsylvania, Contact: David Buck 215.206.5878 or Greg Gifford, 215.699.5216

April - 2015

  • April 4 - Seattle, Washington
    26th Annual Emerald City Insulator / Bottle Collectors Get-Together and Potluck Show. Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1634 Rev. Dr.S. McKinney Ave, Seattle, WA 98122.

  • April 4 - Belleville, Illinois
    16th Annual Antique Bottle & Jar Show & Sports Collectibles combined with Breweriana Blowout XVI at the Belleclair Fairgrounds - Belleville, Illinois, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. Free Admission at 9:00 am, Early Admission at 7:00 am - $20. For information call Bill 618.466.3513 (h) or 618.444.4343 (cell) or Bob 618.377.5686 (h) or 618.580.5475 (cell)

  • April 6-7 - Springfield, Illinois
    Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass Show - Exhibition center: Illinois State Fairgrounds National Depression Glass Association 06-07 April 2015, Springfield, IL

  • April 7 - New York, New York
    New York Glass Club.Tuesday, April 7, 6:30 PM "After Tiffany, Innovations in Glass 1960s and Today" Susie J. Silbert
    Susie Silbert - curator, design historian, author and educator based in Brooklyn, New York - will address the April 7 meeting of the New York Metropolitan Glass Club. She will discuss how Louis Comfort Tiffany and other art nouveau glassmakers have influenced many major artists of the Studio Glass Movement. An outstanding example is noted North Carolina glassmaker Mark Peiser, who taught himself to blow glass by creating works based on Tiffany-inspired forms, much as if they were scales on a piano.
    Ms. Silbert will review the ways in which today’s artists are creating contemporary glass art that reflects their appreciation and understanding of the past while being technically on the cutting edge. She will illustrate examples of this evolution, using works by a wide range of artists including New York-based Shari Mendelson and Stefanie Pender.
    Ms. Silbert has a Master’s degree in decorative arts and material culture from the Bard Graduate Center. She has recently mounted exhibitions locally and in Houston and is currently at work on an exhibition for the New School of Design at Parsons. Susie lectures regularly on the history of glass at the Rhode Island School of Design and has contributed articles on glass to a wide range of publications and websites.
    The New York Metropolitan Glass Club meets the first Tuesday of each month (from October through May) at St. Michael’s Church at West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM Annual membership dues range from $25 (student rate) to $90 (for a family). Attendance on a per meeting basis is $15. This admission fee will be credited towards the annual membership fee, if an attendee joins the Club.
    Our featured speaker’s presentation begins at 7:00 PM and is preceded by a wine and cheese reception at 6:30. After the meeting, many attendees enjoy dinner with friends and fellow club members in one of the many restaurants in the neighborhood.

  • April 8 - Natick, Massachusetts
    Founders Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd.
    FIeld Trip: to The Sandwich Glass Museum

  • April 8 - Bethesda, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Hostess: Helen Lange, Co-hostess: Ellen Johnson, PROGRAM: 11:00AM, FRY GLASS by Ora Theard.

  • April 8-12 - Las Vegas, Nevada
    Glass Craft and Bead Expo
    The 2015 show dates are April 8-12. 2015 Classes begin April 8th. The show floor opens Friday, April 10th at 9:00 AM. Where does the show take place? South Point Hotel & Conference Center 9777 Las Vegas Blvd South Las Vegas, NV 89183

  • April 9, Corning, New York
    Behind the Glass Lecture Auditorium, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. April 9, 2015 7:00pm to 8:00pm Behind the Glass Lecture This lecture is part of the Behind the Glass lecture series, which takes place the second Thursday of the month. These events include the Museum's popular Meet the Artist lectures, as well as talks by curators and other specialists in the fields of glass, art and archaeology.
    Not able to attend? This lecture will be recorded and will be available for viewing, in full, on our YouTube channel within 3 days of the event.

  • April 9-12 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • April 10-11 - Sandwich, Illinois
    Antique Insulator, Lightning Rod & Bottle Show, April 10 5PM-9PM, April 11 8AM-3PM. 720 North DeKalb St., Sandwich, IL 60548.

  • April 10-11 - Antioch, California
    49th Annual Golden Gate Historical Bottle Society Show & Sale at the Contra Costa County Fairgrounds (Sunset Hall), 1201 West 10th Street, Antioch, California 94509, April 10th (Friday) 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm, April 11th (Saturday) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Early admission: April 10th (Friday) 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm $10, Set-up Friday 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Cost of admission for show & early admission: Friday $10, Saturday FREE, Golden Gate Historical Bottle Society, Contact: Gary & Darla Antone, Show Chairpersons, 752 Murdell Lane, Livermore, California 94550, 925.373.6758, packrat49er@netscape.net FOHBC Member Club

  • April 10-11 - Yorkville, Illinois
    Antique Insulators, Lightning Rod and Bottle Show. Kendall County Fairgrounds, Yorkville, IL.

  • April 10-12 - Las Vegas, Nevada
    Glass Craft and Beasd and Expo, South Point Hotel and Conference Center, Las Vegas, NV. The show floor will be packed with all the leading manufacturers, suppliers and retailers to bring you all the latest and greatest tools and materials needed to complete your projects. We will also have that one of a kind finished piece that you have been looking all over for!!

  • April 10-12 - Wheeling, West Virginia
    Annual Oglebay Institute's Antiques Show & Sale at Wilson Lodge - Antiques Show Overnight Packages are available. This annual show is sponsored by the Mansion Museum Committee, a volunteer organization whose mission is to raise funds for the support of the museum and the expansion of its collection.
    Patron Cocktail Party Patron Dinner & Preview Dessert Party on Friday - Regular Show hours: Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 11 am – 4 pm at Wilson Lodge

  • April 11 - Kalamazoo, Michigan
    The Kalamazoo Antique Bottle Club’s 36th Annual Show & Sale 10am to 3pm, early buyers 8am Show Address: Kalamazoo County Fairgrounds, 2900 Lake St., Kalamazoo, MI

  • April 11 - St. Clairsville, Ohio
    The Ohio Valley Bottle Club’s annual Bottle & Table-Top Antiques Show 9am - 2pm, early buyers 8am Show Address: J.B. Martin Rec. Center, 102 Fair Ave., St. Clairsville, OH Exit 216 off I-70

  • April 11 - Southington, Connecticut
    April 11, 2015, Nutmeg Depression Glass Club All Glass Show & Sale Southington High School 720 Pleasant Street Southington, CT 860-643-5353

  • April 11-12 - Conway, Arkansas
    Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show Conway Expo Center 2502 East Oak Street Conway, AR www.antiquealleyarkansas.com

  • April 11-12, Springfield, Illinois
    April 11 - 12, 2015 Lincoln Land Depression Era Glass & Pottery Show and Sale Illinois Building Illinois State Fairgrounds Springfield, IL www.LincolnLandGlassClub.com

  • April 11-June 7 - Norfolk, Virginia
    Chrysler Museum of Art - Chihuly in the Garden. One Memorial Place, Norfolk, VA chryslar.org

  • April 12 - Hutchinson, Kansas
    Kansas Antique Bottle & Postcard Show at the State Fairgrounds, Sunflower South Building, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Free Admission, Awards for Displays, Dealer set-up: Saturday, April 11, 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Dinner at 6:00 pm, Auction following dinner. Information: Mike McJunkin, 42 Sunflower, Hutchinson, Kansas 67502, 620.728.8304, scarleits@cox.net (see flyer for more contact names)

  • April 12 - Dover, New Hanpshire
    New England Antique Bottle Club 49th Annual Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, early buyers 8:00 am, Elks Club, 282 Durham Road (Rt 108), Exit 7 off Spaulding Turnpike, Dover, New Hampshire, Contact: Gerry Sirois, 207.773.0148 or Jack Pelletier, 207.839.4389

  • April 13-16 - Corning, New York
    Road Scholars Glassmaking Course at The Studio. The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. April 13 - 16, 2015 Immerse yourself in glass! You'll explore furnace working, flameworking, and cold working with highly qualified instructors. Enjoy glassmaking demonstrations and lectures on Corning's glass history. Fee applies. For more information or to register, contact Jenny Monroe at Watson Homestead, 607.962.0541 or watsonjenny@stny.rr.com.

  • April 14 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S. Evans and Associates - SATURDAY March 28, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET TUESDAY April 14, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Spring Catalogued Auction of 18th & 19th Century Ceramics Featuring Part II of the important Pearlware collection of George and Mickey Deike including many examples published in their 2005 tome Feathers and Foliage--The Life and Times of the Pearlware Peafowl plus all types of other English and Continental wares.
    MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • April 14 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Lowell Innes Chapter - National American Glass Club, Ltd.Meeting: Tuesday April 14th Program: Royce Walters on Biedermeier Glass and related glass. Biedermeier Glass: A Continental Style. Location: Heinz History Center Room: 3rd floor Kitchen – Check Elevator Gathering Time: 7:00pm Program: 7:30pm

  • April 17 - Chicago, Illinois
    James H. Rose Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: Early Tinsel Paintings on Glass

  • April 17 - Navan, Ireland
    Ornamentation: Explorations of Glass, Sound and Form. Solstice Arts Centre. Navan, Ireland

  • April 17 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Tour of Glass Artist Robinson Scott Studio. minnesota@glassclub.org

  • April 17 - St. Petersburg, Florida
    Italian Traditions: Murano Meets St. Pete. Works by contemporary glass masters influenced by traditional glassblowing techniques, curated by Duncan McClellan. Morean Arts Center Chihuly Collection. St. Petersburg, FL

  • April 17-18 - Newark, Ohio
    The Heisey Museum, Newark, OH. Spring Benefit Auction. National Heisey Glass Museum 169 W. Church St. Newark, OH 43055 Phone 740.345.2932

  • April 17-18 - Shelby, North Carolina
    Second International Lineman's Museum Show, VFW Post 4066, 855 West Sumpter Street, Shelby, NC.

  • April 17-19 - Houston, Texas
    SHOW SCHEDULE OF Alexander-Lee Gallery, and VenetianBeads.com International Gem & Jewelry Shows
    NRG Center (formerly Reliant Center), One Reliant Park, Houston, TX. 77054 3 Days Only: Fri.: 12PM - 6PM, Sat.: 10AM-6PM, Sun.: 11AM-5PM April 17, 18, 19, 2015

  • April 18 - Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania
    Western Reserve Insulator Club's 15th Annual Allegheny Valley Insulator Show and Sale. VFW Post 894, Veterans Lane, Natrona Heights, PA>

  • April 18 - Salisbury, North Carolina
    9th Annual Piedmont Bottle & Pottery Club Show at the Salisbury Civic Center, 315 S. Martin Luther King Avenue, Salisbury, North Carolina 28144, Saturday 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, No early admission, Set-up: Saturday 6:30 am, Free admission, Piedmont Bottle & Pottery Club, antiquebottles.com/piedmont, Contact: John Patterson, Show chairman, 704.636.9510, ncmilks@carolina.rr.com FOHBC Member Club

  • April 18 - Fresno, California
    19th Annual Rohde Ranch Barbequeue and Tailgater. Rohde Ranch, 12441 North Friant Road, Fresno, CA.

  • April 18 - Cibolo, Texas
    Lonestar Insulator Club Potluck. 212 Springtree Trail, Cibolo, TX 78108

  • April 18 - Austin, Minnesota
    Northwest Insulator Club Spring Swap Meet, American Legion 809 12th St. SW, Austin, MN.

  • April 18-19 - Guelph, Canada
    Elora Spring Antique Show Elora Community Theater | Guelph, Canada | 18-19 Apr 2015
    Elora Spring Antique Show is an antique event. The visitors will find different items displayed here. As the name of the event suggests, the items will all be antique pieces. Those who like to browse through the items from the past may come and experience the atmosphere of the event. Every corner of the show will be packed with beautiful antique pieces. From painted to glasses to vintage cloths everything will on the stand. The visitors may have the luxury of closer look. Elora Spring Antique Show is considered to be a large event this year. The visitors are to have a delightful time here. This is a show for the entire family. Everyone of the family can come and enjoy a glorious time in the show. Parents can bring their little ones here as there will items for the children also.

  • April 18-19 - Madison Heights, Michigan
    Great Lakes Depression Glass Show & Sale, United Food & Commercial Workers Union. | Madison Heights, USA | The Great Lakes Depression Glass Club has been the host of one of the largest Depression Glass Shows in the Midwest since 1974. The show features American made glass from the depression era plus other collectible and antique American made glass and china. There are dealers from Michigan and several other states. Mark your calendars now.
    Sat 10 am-5 pm Sun 11 am-4 pm 876 Horace Brown Dr Madison Hts, MI 48071 Admittance: $5.00

  • April 18-19 - Knoxville, Tennessee
    American Bead Shows. Knoxville Expo Center 5441 Clinton Hwy, Knoxville, TN 37912 Show Hours: Saturday: 10am - 5pm Sunday: 10am - 4pm

  • April 18-19 - Wells, Maine
    New England Carnival Glass Association - 2015 Spring Fling
    CARNIVAL GLASS FOREVER - Hampton Inn & Suites 900 Post Road Wells, Maine 04090 Phone: 207-646-0555

  • April 18-June 7 - Murano, Venice, Italy
    EGE European Glass Experience from April 18 to June 7, 2015 Murano, Glass Museum
    _ The international EGE – European Glass Experience project dedicated to contemporary art and glass, launched in 2013 with an international contest co-financed by the Cultural Programme of the European Commission, now reaches its central phase.
    Many works were presented for the project by young artists aged between 18 and 40, and about 80 works and projects (studies or drawings) have been chosen from these by the jury coordinated by Cornelia Lauf, going to make up a travelling exhibition that has visited Finland and Spain, and will subsequently move to Poland, the United Kingdom and Sweden.
    The works chosen reveal a growing generation of young artists working with glass. They come from different schools and cultures and originate not only from Europe, but also from Argentina, Japan, Israel, the United States and Turkey.
    The exhibitions that have already taken place, at the Finnish Glass Museum in Riihimaki and the Fundación Centro Nacional del Vidrio in Segovia, each presented about 20 works and sketches; only the show at Murano will display all the winning works and, for the occasion, 20 of the projects chosen will actually be made in Murano glass by the island’s master craftsmen.

  • April 18-September 6 - Neenah, Wisconsin
    Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
    WILLIAM MORRIS: NATIVE SPECIES EXHIBTION OPENS APRIL 18
    Inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest, Native Species features 38, blown-glass vessels by William Morris, protege of Dale Chihuly.
    William Morris: Native Species
    William Morris: Native Species
    The George R. Stroemple Collection
    April 18 to September 6, 2015 Throughout history, patrons of the Arts have brought the work of talented artists to the public. William Morris: Native Species demonstrates this modern story of collaboration and patronage between artist, William Morris, and collector, George R. Stroemple.
    Morris and Stroemple, friends for many years, share a respect for the profound beauty of the natural world, which grew into the 2004 commission of 38 vessels inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest. Morris pays homage to the 19th century French Art Nouveau glass artist Emile Galle, as well as honors Stroemple’s request to consider the shapes and colors of the 19th century Japanese Meiji period objects he also collects. The resulting works adeptly articulate all of these references while retaining their own presence,intricately wrought with pine needles and cones, aspen trees, dragonflies, pheasants, ground squirrels,acorns, wild grasses, lizards, and cedar boughs.
    165 N. Park Ave Neenah, Wisconsin 54956 Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4:30pm, Sunday 1-4:30pm • Shop hours the same

  • April 19 - New York, New York
    Gazing Globes: Paula Hayes. Outdoor sculpture installation in Madison Square Park. New York City NY

  • April 19 - Rochester, New York
    46th Annual Genesee Valley Bottle Collectors Association’s Bottle, Paper, Postcard, & Table Top Antiques Show & Sale at Roberts Wesleyan College Voller Athletic Center, 2301 Westside Drive, Rochester, New York 14624, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Admission $4, www.gvbca.org, Show and Dealer Info: Aaron and Pamela Weber, gvbca@frontierNET.net 585.226.6345 FOHBC Member Club

  • April 19 - Venice, Italy
    Within Light/Inside Glass: An Intersection Between Art & Science. Instituto Veneto Di Scienze, Lettere Ed Arti. Palazzo Loredan. Venice 19 Apr Italy

  • April 19 - Harrisonburg, Virginia
    44th Historical Bottle Diggers of Virginia Antique Bottle Show at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 4808 S. Valley Pike, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, No Early admission, Admission for show: $3 at door, Historical Bottle Diggers of Virginia on Facebook, Contact: Sonny Smiley, Club President, 540.434.1129, lithiaman1@yahoo.com FOHBC Member Club

  • April 22 - Washington, DC
    The Story of Steuben Glass: Creating an American Luxury Brand, Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 6:45 PM, Sponsor: The Smithsonian Associates
    Event Location S. Dillon Ripley Center, 1100 Jefferson Dr SW, Metro: Smithsonian (Mall exit), Purchase Tickets and cost, visit smithsonianassociates.org
    Details
    Kelly Conway, curator of American Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass, traces how technology, design, marketing, and shifting cultural aspirations came together to make Steuben Glass a name synonymous with modern elegance, superior quality, and glamour.

  • April 22-26 - Kansas City, Missouri
    2015 Heart of America Carnival Glass Association CONVENTION SCHEDULE
    The 2015 HOACGA Convention will be April 22-26, 2015, Embassy Suites Airport Hotel. Room rate $117.00/day, rate includes Breakfast and Managers Reception (happy hour). All rooms are 2 room suites with a refrigerator and a window for displaying your glass. You are encouraged to bring glass for sale and Room Displays are always a welcomed part of the convention. 7640 NW Tiffany Springs Parkway, Kansas City, MO 64153, Phone: (816) 891 7788

  • April 23 - Corning, New York
    Artist-in-Residence Lecture The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. April 23, 2015 12:00pm to 1:00pm Artist-in-Residence Lecture Hear the April Artist-in-Residence discuss their work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture.
    At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

  • April 23-26 - Washington, DC
    2015 Smithsonian Craft Show. National Building Museum, 401 F Street, Washington, DC (Judiciary Square Metro Station). LOTS OF GLASS - For details, visit http://smithsoniancraftshow.org/

  • April 24-25 - Indianapolis, Indiana
    Hoosier Antiques Expo 2015, Blue Ribbon Pavilion, 1202 East 38th St, Indianapolis, IN. / New Hours: Fri 10 - 5 Sat 10 - 4 / Admission $8

  • April 24-25 - Tiffin and Findlay, Ohio
    THREE RIVERS DEPRESSION ERA GLASS SOCIETY Fostoria, Tiffin and Findlay Ohio area BUS TRIP DATE: Friday, April 24 and Saturday April 25, 2015 - Overnight in Tiffin
    The Three Rivers Depression Era Glass Society for a 2 Day Bus Trip; highlights include the following:
    • Round Trip Motor Coach Transportation with Lenzner Tour & Travel. Trip is approx 3.5 hrs with 20-30 min stop each way. Depart Friday 6:15am Bridgeville, 6:45am Cranberry; return Sat approx 6:30-7:00pm. Day 1:
    • Tour Crystal Traditions of Tiffin Ohio and their Gift Shop. Known for their incredible glass cutting; see glass blowing, glass cutting and repair
    • Tour Tiffin Glass Museum in Tiffin Ohio (Includes A. J. Beatty & Sons glass) Shop Museum’s Glass Consignment Shop with Tiffin, Beatty and other glass manufacturers
    • Tour Glass Heritage Gallery, Fostoria Museum in Fostoria Ohio Tour with Bill King on-site at Museum and learn about 13 companies including the early days of Fostoria, Consolidated, Seneca and more and Jonathan Haley and Nicholas Kopp
    Day 2:
    • Tour Hancock Historical Museum in Findlay, Ohio – Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton and more! Presentation by local expert on Findlay area glass including Columbia, Bellaire Goblet, Model Flint. See the exhibit of local Findlay Glass and Shop over 100 pieces of antique glass including Findlay
    • Shop Jeffrey’s Antique Mall or a nearby 10 shop village with Jewelry and Vera Bradley and Décor items. Jeffrey’s, over 250 vendors, booths and cases, to explore in 38,000 sq. feet to find that treasure!
      Itinerary with complete trip information will be e-mailed to Lowell Innes Pittsburgh Chapter,(NAGC) members a week before departure

    Please provide E-Mail address below on the reservation form to receive the Itinerary Transportation and Admissions for the Trip is $120 per person Two Lunches will be at local restaurants. Lunch money will be collected on the bus. Friday night dinner money will be collected on the bus as well. PLUS Holiday Inn Express hotel costs of $99 + tax double occupancy paid to hotel on site includes Hot Breakfast
    ckevish@verizon.net mlamica@comcast.net

  • pril 24-25 - Monroeville, Pennsylvania
    You are cordially invited to: “A Wonderland of Buttons” The Pennsylvania State Button Society Spring Show April 24th and 25th, 2015 Hosted by The Keystone Button Club
    Location: Doubletree at the Hilton 101 Mall Plaza Blvd. Monroeville, PA 15146 Phone: (412) 373-7300 PITMR_DS@hilton.com Special Show Rates $119.00 – $139.00
    Showroom hours Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Auction: 8:00 PM Saturday: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
    Saturday Breakfast and Meeting Breakfast reservations are $26.00 Make checks payable to: Pennsylvania State Button Society Please send check by April 10, 2015 to: Hope Boltz 114 Blakely Road Butler, PA 16002

  • April 25 - College Park, Maryland
    Washington Metropolitan Glass Club, Chapter, NAGC. Meeting and pot-luck at a member's home. webmaster@glassclub.org

  • April 25 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY April 25, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Spring Catalogued Auction of Antiques, Fine & Decorative Arts Featuring 18th to 20th century American, English and Continental furniture, paintings, prints and statuary, Asian art and decorative accessories, clocks, silver, jewelry, plus more!
    MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • April 25-26 - Castle Rock, Colorado
    Rocky Mountain Depression Glass Society Annual Show & Sale Douglas County Fairgrounds Castle Rock, CO Contact: http://www.rmdgs.com/

  • April 25-26 - Lanham, Maryland
    Del-Mar-Va Depression Glass Club 80th Show, DuVal High School, Greenbelt Road and Good Luck Road, Lanham, MD. Set-up 24 April (no sales on that date). DEL-MAR-VA DEPRESSION GLASS CLUB, Helen Chazin, Publicity, For immediate release
    LANHAM, MD – The Del-Mar-Va Depression Glass Club’s 80th Show and Sale will be held Saturday, April 25th, 10am-5pm, and Sunday, April 26th, 10am-3pm, at Duval High School, 9880 Good Luck Road, Lanham, MD (near the NASA Visitor Center and Museum). Dealers at the Show specialize in All American: Depression-Era, Elegant, Pattern, and Art Deco glassware, china, kitchenware, barware, pottery, books and linen collectibles.
    Every Del-Mar-Va show features a special display of some specific pattern, color, theme, or function. At this year’s show, Celebrate Good Times! is the theme, in special recognition of the Club’s 80th Show and Sale. Members will provide an attractive and quite variable display of interesting shapes and functions including punch bowls, cake plates, beverage sets, decanters and other attractive and appropriate "special occasion" delights.
    Among the items showcased in the display will be a rare Imperial Glass Candlewick two-level tidbit in emerald green, a Cambridge Glass Gloria center- handled server in light emerald with gold encrusting, a glazed Stangl deviled egg plate with roosting hen, and several show-stopping punch bowls & sets by New Martinsville – Radiance, and Duncan & Miller – Teardrop. In keeping with the celebration theme, there will be birthday cake plates and anniversary salvers, and stunningly beautiful beverage sets and decanters, such as a McKee Lifesaver or Donut decanter in Ruby Red, and several combination glass & (non-tarnishing) chrome Farber Brothers beverage sets for swank and festive holiday gatherings.
    The Club continues to offer its popular identification service to those attending, without charge. Glass and pottery identification is performed by Club members and Dealers, ready and eager to acquaint the owner with newfound knowledge of their belongings. If you have been wondering for thirty years whether your inherited beverage set, vase, or ice bucket is really the treasure you have always considered it to be, bring along an item or two - and the mystery may be resolved while you browse the Show. Refreshments/food will be available for purchase.
    For information about the show email ybrian@verizon.net. See also: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delmarva-Depression-Glass-Club/494448990598545 (click on "Post To Page" on left of page)

  • April 25-26 - Old Greenwich, Connecticut
    National American Glass Club, Ltd. - Westchester Glass Club - Collectors Show & Sale Greenwich Civic Center 90 Harding Road Old Greenwich, CT dougglass0128@aol.comSat. 10 - 6, Sun. 10 - 4. Special presentation by Art Green Sunday at 11:00 "Early Fluid Lamp, Keeping Your Eyes Open." Admission $8.00, Free parking

  • April 25-26 - Cincinnati, Ohio
    American Bead Shows. Crown Plaza Hotel - Sharonville 11320 Chester Road, Cincinnati, OH 45246, USA Show Hours: Saturday: 10am - 5pm Sunday: 10am - 4pm

  • April 26 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Eggstravaganza - Decorative Eggs & Glass Hen Dishes. Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA

  • April 29-May 2 - Tacoma, Washington
    2015 PCA Convention. Hotel Murano, 1320 Broadway, Tacoma, WA
    ?The Paperweight Collectors Association’s 2015 Convention will be held from April 29 thru May 2 in Tacoma, Washington. The hotel hosting the convention is the Murano. As the name suggests, the hotel showcases contemporary art glass which is displayed throughout the lobby. Each floor is dedicated to an individual glass artist and has an example of his/her work visible upon exiting the elevator. At this time the hotel is not accepting reservations. When reservations are opened up we will provide a link on this website to facilitate your booking. Hotel Murano, - (253) 238-8000

  • April 30-May 4 - Chicago, Illinois
    Chicago International Art, Antique and Jewelry Show. Navy Pier, Festival Hall A.

May - 2015

  • May 2 - Gray, Tennessee
    17th Annual “State of Franklin” Antique Bottle Show off I-26 on Exit 13, Saturday, Appalachian Fairgrounds, Gray, Tennessee, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Set-up time: 7:00 am – 9:00 am, Free Admission & Door Prizes!, www.sfabca.com, Contact: Carl Bailey, 423.282.3119 FOHBC Member Club

  • May 2-3 - Cleveland, Ohio
    Western Reserve American Glass Club Retro-Vintage American Glass Show and Sale St. Marys Crystal Shalet 3600 Biddulph Ave. Cleveland, OH 440.439.2969

  • May 3 - Albertson, New York
    Big Apple Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Albertson V.F.W. Hall 155 Searingtown Road Albertson, NY

  • May 3 - Antioch, Illinois
    Antique Bottle Club Of Northern Illinois, 40th Annual Antiques, Bottles and Collectables, Show and Sale at the Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck, Antioch, Illinois 60002, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, no early admission. Set starts at 7:oo am. Free admission. Contact John Puzzo Phone 815.338.7582 or e-mail at johnpuzzo@sbcglobal.net

  • May 3 - Marcy, New York
    The Mohawk Valley Antique Bottle Club will host its 21st Annual Utica Bottle Show & Sale on Sunday at the Utica Maennerchor in Marcy, New York, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm, Admission $3, Information: Peter Bleiberg, 315.735.5430, pmbleiberg@aol.com or visit mohawkvalleybottleclub.com FOHB Member Club

  • May 4-7 - Corning, New York
    Road Scholars Glassmaking Course at The Studio The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. May 4 - 7, 2015 Road Scholars Glassmaking Course Immerse yourself in glass! You'll explore furnace working, flameworking, and cold working with highly qualified instructors. Enjoy glassmaking demonstrations and lectures on Corning's glass history. Fee applies. For more information or to register, contact Jenny Monroe at Watson Homestead, 607.962.0541 or watsonjenny@stny.rr.com.

  • May 7-10 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • May 9 - Mansfield, Ohio
    The Ohio Bottle Club’s 37th Mansfield Antique Bottle & Advertising Show & Sale at the Richland County Fairgrounds, Trimble Road exit off of U.S. Rt. 30, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Donation $3, Early Admission: $25 during dealer set-up Friday May 8, 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Information: Matt Lacy, Chair, 440.228.1873, info@antiquebottlesales.com or Louis Fifer, Co-Chair, 330.635.1964, fiferlouis@yahoo.com FOHBC Member Club

  • May 9 - Coventry, Connecticut
    The Museum of Connecticut Glass 11th Annual Outdoor Bottle and Glass Show, Rt. 44 & North River Road, Coventry, Connecticut Rain or Shine, on the historic early 19th century glass factory grounds, including Exhibits and Tours. 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, early buyers 8:00 am. www.glassmuseum.org Contact: Noel Tomas, 860.633.2944 Noel.Tomas@glassmuseum.org

  • May 9-10 - Adamstown, Pennsylvania
    Description: 2nd Annual Shupps Grove Diggers of America Show. Saturday 7:00 am Dealer Setup, Sunday Dawn to Dusk. Bottle diggers, relic hunters, scuba divers, metal detectors/farm dump finds, privy diggers and much more!! The Famous “Shupp’s Grove”, 1686 Dry Tavern Road, Denver, Pennsylvania 17517, Contact: Steve Guion, 717.626.5557, affinityinsurance1@windstream.net

  • May 9-November 22 - Murano, Venice, Italy
    GLASSTRESS Gotika 2015. Plazzo Franchetti Instituto Veneto de Scienze Lettiere ed Arti, Venice, Italy 39.041 739453, glasstress@beregano.co

  • May 10 - Tacoma, Washington
    Patra Passage. Museum of Glass. Tacoma, WA

  • May 12 - San Juan Islands, Washington
    Illuminated: Glass by William Morris 1998 - 2013. San Juan Islands Museum of Art. Friday Harbor, WA

  • May 13 - Silver Spring, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Host: Bill Sheriff, PROGRAM: 11:00 AM, Whitefriars Glass by Bill Sheriff, Co Hostess Kathy Cohen.

  • May 13 - Natick, Massachusetts
    Founders Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd.
    AM Program: Annual Meeting: Luncheon, Silent Auction and Biannual Election PM Program: The History & Deveolpment of American Glass, 1608-1930 Presented by Bruce Mitchell, Co-President, Westchester Chapter of the NAGC
    Morse Institute Library,14 East Central Street, Natick, MA 01780 508.647.6520 www.morseinstitute.org

  • May 13 - Bethesda, Maryland
    Sandwich Chapter, National American Glass Glub, Ltd. Evening program, to be determined. Email webmaster@glassclub.org

  • May 14 - Corning, New York
    Behind the Glass Lecture Auditorium, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. May 14, 2015 7:00pm to 8:00pm Behind the Glass Lecture This lecture is part of the Behind the Glass lecture series, which takes place the second Thursday of the month. These events include the Museum's popular Meet the Artist lectures, as well as talks by curators and other specialists in the fields of glass, art and archaeology.
    Not able to attend? This lecture will be recorded and will be available for viewing, in full, on our YouTube channel within 3 days of the event.

  • May 14-16 Portland, Oregon
    Portland's "Rain of Glass" 20th Annual Glass, Collectors Convention and Auction Grotto Conference Center 8840 NE Skidmore Street Portland, OR www.rainofglass.com

  • May 14-16 - Little Tock, Arkansas
    National Reamer Collectors Association Annual Convention, Show & Sale Little Rock, AR www.reamers.org

  • May 15 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Perfume Bottles. minnesota@glassclub.org

  • May 15 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Semina Percurrenta: From Both Sides of the Border: Jean-Simon Trottier/Montserrat Duran Muntadas. Espace Verre. Montreal, Quebec, Canada

  • May 15 - Kent, Washington
    Washington Bottle & Collectors Association 4th Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show at Kent Commons 525 4th Avenue N., Kent, Washington 98032. Early Buyers $5 admission, May 15th (Friday) 1:00 - 5:00 pm, Free admission May 16th (Saturday) 9:00 - 3:00 pm. Dealer set-up 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Friday. Contact Show chairs Pete Hendricks 253.335.1732 or Niel Smith 206.783.0215, E-mail: wbcaweb@gmail.com FOHBC Member Club

  • May 15 - San Francisco, California
    Studio Glass: The Art of Marvin Lipofsky, Richard Marquis, John Lewis, and Elin Christopherson. SFO Museum, Terminal 2, Departures Level 2 (post-security), San Francisco International Airport, 15 May, Sanfrancisco, CA

  • May 15-16 - Columbia City, Indiana
    Insulator , Bottle and Antique Show. gene.hawkins@mchsi.com

  • May 15-16 - Cayucos, Califonia
    The Golden State Insulator Club. 23rd Annual Great Insulator Show. Lion's Veteran's Hall, 10 Cayucos Drive (at the pier).

  • May 15-16 - Kent Washington
    Washington Bottle Collectors Association Annual Spring Insulator, Bottle and Collectible Show. Kent Commons Event Center, 525 Fourth Avenue North, Kent, WA.

  • May 15-16 - Winchester, Virginia
    Valley Glasshoppers 26th Annual Glass Show & Sale 1309 Opequon St, Winchester, VA 22601 540-974-9001

  • May 16 - South Portland, Maine
    May 16, 2015. Maine Marble Meet. 25th Anniversary Show. Best Western, Merry Manor Inn, and Governers Restaurant. 700 Main St., South Portland Maine

  • May 16 - Aiken, South Carolina
    The Horse Creek Bottle & Pottery Club will hold its 7th annual Antique Bottle and Pottery Sale 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the H. Odell Weeks Activities Center, 1700 Whiskey Road, Aiken, South Carolina. No early buyers. Small antiques and collectibles, free parking, free admission, free appraisals. More information: Geneva Greene, 803.593.2271. FOHBC Member Club

  • May 16 - Lake City, Florida
    2nd Annual Antique Bottle & Collectable Show & Sale at the Columbia County Fairgrounds, 438 SR 427, Lake City, Florida, Dealer set-up on Friday, May 15 from 12:00 – 7:00 pm. General admission: $3, Early Buyers Admission: $20 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm on Friday. For show and dealer contracts call Brian Hoblick 386.804.9635 or Ed LeTard 985.788.6163.

  • May 16 - Tellico Plains, Tennessee
    Dixie Jewels Insulator Club spring Swap Meet, Tellico Plains Community Center, 132 Bank Street, Tellico Plains, TN

  • May 17 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    Washington County Antique Bottle Clubs 41st Annual Show & Sale at the Alpine Star Lodge, 735 Jefferson Avenue, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301, Exit 17 off I-70. Admission $3. Info: Ed Kuskie, 352 Pineview Drive, Elizabeth, Pennsylvania 15037, 412.405.9061, bottlewizard@comcast.net FOHBC Member Club

  • May 18 - Brooklyn, New York
    Tickets for the 2015 UrbanGlass Gala & Auction UrbanGlass May 18, 2015 Single Ticket - $500 VIP Table (10 Tickets) - $5,000 Sponsor Table (10 Tickets) - $10,000 Benefactor Table (10 Tickets) - $15,000
    Each ticket provides entrance to preview cocktails, seated dinner and live auction, and studio party. For details about ticket and table levels, please contact Rachel Feinberg at 718-625-3685 x204 or via email. Urban Glass 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY. rachel@urbanglass.org.

  • May 19 - Chicago, Illinois
    James H. Rose Chapter, National American Glass Glub, Ltd. PROGRAM: Ruby Flashed Glass

  • May 20 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - WEDNESDAY May 20, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Important Spring Catalogued Auction of 18th & 19th Century Glass & Lighting Featuring the collections of Dr. Larry McCallister of Muncie, IN, James Federline of Butler, TN, a 50-year Boston collection, plus others. This sale will include rare Sandwich colored vases and candlesticks, colored fluid and early kerosene lighting, free-blown, pattern and pillar-molded wares, colored pressed lacy, bottles and flasks, a fine collection of witch balls, plus more! MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • May 21-24 - Corning, New York
    Downtown Corning, NY. GLASSFEST - The sixth annual GlassFest is a celebration of glass and the fire arts in America's Crystal City. http://www.glassfest.org/

  • May 23 - Dundas, Ontario, Canada
    May 23rd/2015 - Saturday Only!! The Christie Classic Outdoor Antique Show and Sale - Canada's Favourite!!! Over 300 dealers presenting the most diverse selection of Antiques, Collectibles and one-of-a-kind treasures!! The show is held at Christie Lakes Conservation Area, 1000 Hwy. #5 west, Dundas Ont., only 9 K.M. west of Hwy.# 6. The Show hours are 8 A.M- 5 P.M., come rain or shine we will be there under our tent!!! We are located just inside the front entrance gates in Booth A1 and A2.
    At Christie we will offer a selection from all categories of our inventory including Canadian and American Pressed Glass, Depression Era Glass,Elegant Glass, Oil Lamps and Miniature Lamps, Goblets, Heisey Glass, Gift Suggestions, Rare Items, and Coloured Glassware. The Show offers all amenities including free parking, a variety of food vendors, multiple ATM machines, washrooms, a free shuttle bus to and from the show field, delivery services, picnic areas and beautiful scenery.

  • May 23 - Spokane, Washington
    Spokanistan Insulator, Bottle Show and Swap Time. Umteenth Annual Show, Burger Compound, 8925 South Cheney-Spokane Road, Spokane, WA.

  • May 23-October 11 - Tacoma, Washington
    Shirley Klinghoffer - CRT Revisited May 23 - October 11, 2015 Shirley Klinghoffer: CRT Revisited is an exhibition, opening at Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington, on May 23, 2015, that features the work of artist Shirley Klinghoffer. For many decades, Klinghoffer has explored life situations, particularly women's issues, through her work. The artwork in her CRT series was inspired by hospital forms used to support women's bodies during radiation therapy. With sensitivity and discipline, she has transformed these hospital forms into molds over which she has melted "skins" of glass that freeze a moment of extreme vulnerability. This was accomplished through a special glass technique called "slumping", a process where the pull of gravity impacts the formation of these bodily connected sculptures.

  • May 28 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass. Artist-in-Residence Lecture The Studio |May 28, 2015 12:00pm to 1:00pm Artist-in-Residence Lecture Hear the May Artist-in-Residence discuss their work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture. At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

  • May 30 - Logan, Utah
    First Cache Valley Insulator Swap Meet. Cache County Fairgrounds, 450 South 500 WEAT - 500 South, Logan, UT

  • May 31 - Athens, Ohio
    American Art Glass: 1970 – 1990. Kennedy Museum of Art at Ohio University. Athens, OH

  • May 31-31 - Stourbridge, UK
    Welcome to the Sixth International Festival of Glass. The International Festival of Glass is the UK's only festival celebrating the spectacle and diversity of glassmaking. We are pleased to announce new dates for the next Festival and launch of the British Glass Biennale. These will now take place between 25th and 31st May 2015.
    • Wollaston Road, Amblecote, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4HF
    • High Street, Wordsley, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 8AZ
    • Tudor Crystal, Dial Glassworks, Stewkins, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 4YN
    • Compton Drive, Kingswinford, West Midlands DY6 9NS
    • Wulfruna St Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV1 1LY
    • Wolverley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY11 STB
    • Canal Street, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 4LU
    Go to http://www.ifg.org.uk/visit/venues2.html for details.

  • May 27-June 8 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    2015 Bead&Button Show, Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

  • May 28 - Corning, NY
    Artist-in-Residence Lecture The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. May 28, 2015 12:00pm to 1:00pm Artist-in-Residence Lecture Hear the May Artist-in-Residence discuss their work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture.
    At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

  • May 28-39 - Madison, Wisconsin
    Art Glass and Bead Show - March 28 & 29, 2015 Alliant Energy Center - Exhibition Hall Madison, Wisconsin SHOP Saturday, 10-5pm Sunday, 10-4pm One Day Pass - $7 Two Day Pass - $11 All tickets purchased in advance are TWO DAY PASSES.

  • May 30 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY May 30, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Kerosene & Related Lighting Including a fine West Coast collection of miniature lamps, the fairy lamp collection of Frank and Karen McWright of Bethel, CT, rare Victorian opalescent lighting from the Robert E. Hefner Jr. collection of Rosharon, TX, plus others. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • May 30 - Mount Brydges, Ontario, Canada
    12rg Annual Southwestern Ontario Insulator Meet. tiannelli0098rogers.com

  • May 30-31 - Santa Rosa, California
    49th Northwestern Bottle Collectors Antique Bottle & Collectible Show at the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building, 1351 Maple Avenue, Santa Rosa, California 95404, Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm & Sunday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Early Admission $10 Saturday 9:00 am – 10:00 am during dealer set-up. Set up: Saturday 9:00 am – 10:00 am, $3 General admission. $10 Early Admission, Northwestern Bottle Collectors Assn., www.oldwestbottles.com, Contact: Lou Lambert, Show Chairman, PO box 322, Graton, California 95444, 707.823.8845, nbca@comcast.net FOHBC Member Club

June - 2015

  • June 5-6 - Farmington, New Mexico
    8th Annual B-Square Ranch/Tommy Bolack Insulator Tailgater. 3901 Bloomfield Highway, Farmington, NM

  • June 5-7 - San Jose, California
    The Glass Art Society will hold its 2015 conference in San Jose, California, with a unique Friday through Sunday schedule that departs from the more typical mid-week kick-off. Though venues are still not finalized, the organization has locked in the dates of June 5 - 7, 2015, and announced the theme: "Interface: Glass, Art, and Technology," based in part on the event's planned Silicon Valley location. The Glass Art Society was founded in 1971 with the purpose of promoting and developing the work of glass art, along with supporting glass artists worldwide, and next year will be the 44th annual event.

  • June 5-September 6 - Riihimäki, Finland
    5.6.–6.9.2015 Blanc de Blancs – Valkoisesta valkoista – Helmi Remes Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • June 6 - Des Moines, Iowa
    2015. Des Moines Marble Show. Airport Holiday Inn, 6111 Fleur Drive, Des Moines IA, 515-287-2400. Contact Chad Cline 515-205-3569.
  • June 6 - Tama, Iowa
    Eighteenth Annual Hawkeye State Insulator Swap Meet, Tama Civic Center 305 Siegel St., Tama, IA.

  • June 6-7 - Washington, District of Columbia
    James Renwick Alliance Distinguished Artist Series with Einar and Jamex de la Torre. Washington 06-07 Jun 2015

  • June 6-7 - Lambertville, New Jersey
    RAGO Twentieth Century Decorative Arts and Design Auction. 333 North Main Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530 info@ragoarts.com 609.397.9374 ragoarts.com

  • June 6-7 - Westover, West Virginia
    Old Morgantown GCG 24th Annual Show & Sale Westover VFW 340 Holland Avenue Westover, WV www.oldmorgantown.org

  • June 6-March 17, 2016 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Rakow Research Library, "America's Favorite Dish: Celebrating A Century of Pyrex." Exhibition will run from June 6, 2015 to March 17, 2016.

  • June 10 - Indian Head, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: THE CRYSTAL PLAYERS, Hostess: Joyce Stohlman, Co-Hostess: Carol Ghebelian. All member Pot Luck

  • June 10-13 - Bellaire, Ohio
    June 10 - 13, 2015 National Imperial Glass Collectors Society Convention National Imperial Glass Museum 3200 Belmont Street Bellaire, OH www.imperialglass.org

  • June 11-14 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • June 12-13 - Youngwood, Pennsylvania
    National Westmoreland Glass Collectors Club Convention Show & Sale Westmoreland County Community College Commissioners Hall Youngwood, PA www.westmorelandglassclub.org

  • June 12-14 - Millville, New Jersey
    GlassWeekend '15. WheatonArts. Millville 12-14 Jun 2015 NJ

  • June 12-14 - Moundsville, West Virginia
    June 12 - 14, 2015 Fostoria Glass Society of America Convention, Show & Sale Moundsville Center Building 901 Eighth Street Moundsville, WV www.fostoriaglass.org

  • June 13 - Colorado Springs, Colorado
    6th Annual Triple Ridge Insulator Club Potluck and Show. 2905 Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO

  • June 13 - San Diego, California
    San Diego 2015 Antique Bottle and Collectibles Show and Sale. aL Bahr Shrine Temple, 5440 Kearny Mesa Road.

  • June 13-14 - Belleville, Illinois
    Belleville Antique American Glass Show and Sale Sponsored by Gateway Depressioneers Glass Club Belle-Clair County Fairgrounds Exposition Building 200 South Belt East Road Belleville, IL 636-257-567 redapplegal@aol.com

  • June 17 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. (To be announced). minnesota@glassclub.org

  • June 17-20 - Greenville, Ohio
    June 17 - 20, 2015 American Carnival Glass Association Annual Convention & Auction Jim Wroda Auction Facility 5239 ST RD 49 S Greenville, OH www.myacga.com

  • June 17-20 - Newark, Ohio
    National Heisey Convention & Show 169 W. Church St. Newark, OH http://heiseymuseum.org membership@heiseymuseum.org

  • June 19-21 - Walnut, Iowa
    33rd Annual Walnut AMVET's Antique Show Walnut, Iowa
    The 33rd Annual Walnut AMVETs Antique Show will continue the tradition. More than 300 dealers from across the United States will set up their booths, restocking daily with newly displayed items. If you haven't attended the Walnut AMVETs Antique Show, you will discover that this is the show to "find it and buy it." Walnut's turn-of-the-century buildings, brick and tree-lined streets, country hospitality and existing malls and shops are the perfect setting for the show. http://www.walnutantiqueshow.com/

  • June 20 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY June 20, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Americana & Fine Antiques Featuring Virginia and the South Including our usual fine selection of rare Virginia and other Southern material, 18th and 19th century American formal and country furniture, fine and decorative arts, important Shenandoah Valley folk art, country accessories, textiles, &c. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • June 20 - Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania
    42nd Anniversary - Annual Pennsylvania Insulator Show and Sale. 1837 Perkiomemville Road, Perkiomenville, PA

  • June 20 - Tel-Aviv, Israel
    Israeli Glass 2015. Eretz Israel Museum. Tel-Aviv, Israel

  • June 20-21 - Tiffin, Ohio
    Tiffin Glass Collectors Club 30th Annual Tiffin Glass Show & Sale Tiffin Elementary School 103 Shepherd Drive Tiffin, OH 336-785-5224 or 419-618-5036 http://www.tiffinglass.org

  • June 26-27 - Cambridge, Ohio
    June 26-27, 2015 National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. Annual Convention and Show & Sale Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center Cambridge, OH http://cambridgeglass.org/glassshow.php

  • June 26-28 - Columbiana, Ohio
    H. C. Fry Society Convention 9th Fry Convention (held every 3 years) Das Dutch Village Inn Columbiana, OH hcfgs1@comcast.net

July - 2015

  • July 1-October 25 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Special Exhibit: Cutting Edge: A New Perspective on Glass

  • July 1-November 1 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Contemporary Gallery: Ed Branson, Glass and Nature

  • July 3-5 - Sandwich, Illinois
    2015 "NATIONAL" - 46th Annual National Insulator Association Show and Convention. Timber Creek Inn & Suites and Convention Center, 3300 Drew Avenue, Sandwich, IL, 60548.Hotel reservations: 630.273.6000, www.2015niashow.com

  • July 9-12 - Indianapolis, Indiana
    The National American Glass Club 2015 Seminar will be joining the Mega-Glass Convention 2015 in Indianapolis, IN, July 9-12, 2015.
    The MEGA Glass Convention/Conference is a large and complex event, intended to continually advance the glass collecting bug so that the vast and glorious history of American glass-making is not lost. Our world is on an ever changing track of advancement in technology, and while these advances provide new venues for buying and selling, the rich history of our glass and its making is at risk of being left behind. One arena that stands out is the need to bring our youth to see and understand what earlier Americans enjoyed and lived with.
    The main ingredient is glass – and its power to draw us together for another spectacular convention. Now that we are seeing winter give way to spring and season of individual conventions for 2014 is approaching, we should contemplate what it would feel like to be surrounded by people from different glass clubs with one central theme…the love of great American and Victorian glass. This event again creates an entirely unique experience that will be memorable and fun with all things familiar and some, very new!
    The participants of this MEGA event are: Antique Glass Salt and Sugar Shaker Club, Early American Pattern Glass Society, Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc., Wave Crest Collectors Club, the National American Glass Club, the National Duncan Glass Society, the National Milk Glass Collectors Society, The West Virginia Museum of American Glass and the National Greentown Glass Association.
    You are invited to see this happen all in one place, centered in the Midwest in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 9-12, 2015. The meeting will be at the Sheraton Indianapolis at Keystone Crossing. We have set these dates to coincide with a new edition of the Hoosier Antiques Expo at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. At both the MEGA convention and the show, you should see collections and displays that span the history of America glass.
    The weekend will be a synergistic treat where we can all learn, make new friends, unite with old friends and get up close and personal with related wares that touch all of our collections.
    Details about NAGC's program during the Mega-Glass Convention may be found on our seminar page. So, come feel the power of glass in a new way with new friends and old.

  • July 9-12 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • July 10-11 - Houston Texas
    Antique Bottle, Advertisig and Collectibles Show, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 12801 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX
  • July 11 - Meriden, Connecticut
    Nutmeg Marble Club Show. Four Points Hotel, Meriden CT.

  • July 11-12 - Kansas City, Missouri
    National Depression Glass Association 2015 Convention July 11-12, 2015 - KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
    The 2015 Convention Chairperson is John Fields. He will be looking for volunteers to work at the Convention, and will be naming a Display Coordinator to handle the displays. Send him an email if you're willing to help. The schedule should be similar to past Conventions, with a general membership meeting on Saturday afternoon, about a half hour after the glass show closes. Seminars on various topics will be presented during the Convention hours, and you know there will be a fantastic array of displays from individual collections. We will post the latest information from the Convention Chairmen as it comes in to us, so check back for updates periodically. In case there is any confusion, ALL GLASS LOVERS ARE WELCOME. You do NOT have to be a member of the NDGA to attend this Convention. Come one and all, have some fun, buy some glass and learn a whole lot about American-made glassware. Although the organization name contains the words "Depression Glass", be assured that there will be all kinds of American glass represented.
    Schedule of Events: The Convention will be held at the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The show and sale will open at 10:00am on Saturday, July 11. It will run until 5:00pm, after which there will be a half-hour break, followed by the Annual Membership Meeting of the NDGA (about 1½ hours). Newly elected Board members and Officers will be introduced and sworn in. All NDGA members may participate in the meeting. On Sunday, July 12, the Convention opens at 11:00am and closes at 4:00pm.
    Seminars and Speakers - National Glass Organizations - Registration - NDGA Annual Meeting - Live Auction - Silent Auction - Glass Displays

  • July 12-13 - Indianapolis, Indiana
    17th Annual Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc. Convention Sheraton Indianapolis at Keystone Crossing Immediately following the Mega-Glass Convention Includes live auction of 150+ pieces of Vaseline Glass www.Vaselineglass.org

  • July 12-16 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    American Scientific Glassblowers Society - 60th Annual Symposium and Exposition July 12-16, 2015 Milwaukee, Wisconsin Intercontinental Hotel Room Rate: $129.00/night

  • July 15 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
    2015 Convention, Tulsa, OK The Amarican Cut Glass Aassociation 2015 Convention will be held starting July 15, 2015. Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center 6808 S 107th E Ave Tulsa, OK 74133

  • July 15-19 - Alburquerque, New Mexico
    We are excited to announce that the ISGB )International Sociaty of Glass Beadmakers), Gathering XXIII, will be held in the Hotel Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 15 - July 19, 2015. (classes start prior to the 15th). http://www.isgb.org/gathering.html .Located at the beautiful Hotel Albuquerque, the rich history and traditions of the fine city of Albuquerque will provide a wonderful ambience for the new, diverse atmosphere of our annual conference.

  • July 17 - Mt.Crawford, Virginia
    2015 Jeffrey S. Evans Associates, Inc., 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841
    Special Glass Seminar Friday, July 17, 2015
    The seminar will focus on the products of the H. C. Fry Glass Works of Rochester, PA along with presentations on vaseline glass and custard glass. It will be held in our facility on Friday, July 17 starting at 10:00 AM ET.
    The seminar will be held in conjunction with our July18th auction of 19th & 20th Century Glass featuring the H. C. Fry glass collection of Bruce & Linda Pohto of Madison, OH including examples published in The Collector's Encyclopedia of Fry Glassware; the vaseline glass collection of the late Nadene J. Stockard, charter member of the Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc. including many examples published in Peterson's Vaseline Glass: Canary to Contemporary; and Part II of the custard glass collection of the late Jerry Volkmer of Bucyrus. OH.
    Registration deadline for this seminar is July 3, 2015. Go to: http://www.jeffreysevans.com/media/REGISTRATION%20FORM%20July%2017%202015%20Special%20Glass%20Seminar.pdf
    Our expert guest speakers will be: Jeff Evans, author and president of Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates Tom Foozer, presenting on Vaseline Glass Mike Sabo, presenting on Fry Glass Fairfield Inn & Suites of Harrisonburg is offering a special rate for Vaseline and Fry Glass Seminar attendees of $89.00/night (plus applicable tax). Last day to book is June 25, 2015. To make reservations online, CLICK HERE or call the reservations desk at (540) 433-9333 (be sure to mention the Vaseline and Fry Glass Seminar if calling).

  • July 17-18 - Bend, Oregon
    Tres Amigos Tailgater. Jefferson State Insulator Club. Tumalo State Park and Deschutes River, on-site camping. 6440 Research Rd. Bend OR. 97701

  • July 17-18 - Reno, Nevada
    Description: Reno Antique Bottle & Collectibles Club 52nd Annual Show & Sale at the Grand Sierra Resort, 2500 East Second Street, Nevada Conference and Exhibition Center, Free Admission, Saturday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Friday, Dealer set-up: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Friday, Early Bird: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm $10. Information Marty Hall, rosemuley@att.net, FOHBC Member Club

  • July 17-19 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    2015 Duncan and Miller Convention, Show, Sale and Consignment Auction. Duncan Miller Glass Museum, 525 Jefferson Avenue Washington, PA 15301

  • July 18 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY July 18, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Special Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th Century Glass In addition to the featured vaseline collection of the late Nadene J. Stockard (charter member of the Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc.) which includes many examples published in Peterson's Vaseline Glass: Canary to Contemporary, this auction will also include the H. C. Fry glass collection of Bruce and Linda Pohto of Madison, OH, and Part II of the custard glass collection of the late Jerry Volkmer of Bucyrus, OH. SPECIAL EVENT: Glass Seminar on Friday, July 17: In conjunction with this sale we will offer a one-day seminar that will focus on the products of the H. C. Fry Glass Works of Rochester, PA along with presentations on vaseline and custard glass. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • July 18-19 - Nashville, Tennessee
    Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee 16th Annual Elegant & Depression Glass Show & Sale Tennessee State Fairgrounds 625 Smith Ave Nashville, Tennessee 615-856-4259 http://www.fostoria-tennessee.com/ graciab@bellsouth.net

  • July 18-19 - Adamstown, Pennsylvania
    The 15th Annual Shupp’s Grove Bottle Festival, Saturday & Sunday 6:00 am to dusk, early buyers Friday, 3:00 pm, The famous “Shupp’s Grove”, 1686 Dry Tavern Road, Denver, Pennsylvania 17517, Contact: Steve Guion, 717.626.5557, affinityinsurance1@windstream.net

  • July 25 - Birmingham, Alabama
    The Alabama Bottle Collectors’ 10th Anniversary Bottle, Folk Pottery and Collectible Show will be Saturday, 8:00 am thru 3:00 pm at the Bessemer Civic Center located at Exit 108 on I-20/59…FREE PUBLIC ADMISSION. Dealers and Early Buyers are welcome Friday afternoon, July 24th from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Selling starts at 4:00 pm. More information can be found at www.AlabamaBottleCollectors.com or email ALBottleCollectors@Hotmail.com or call Tom Lines, Show Chairman at 205.410.2191. FOHBC Member Club

  • July 25 - Castle Rock, Colorado
    50th Annual Antique Bottle Collectors Of Colorado Show at the Douglas County Fairgrounds at Kirk Hall, 500 Fairgrounds Drive, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104, Saturday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, No Early Admission, Set-up: July 24, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm, July 25, 7:00 am - 9:00 am, $3 Admission, Antique Bottle Collectors Of Colorado, antiquebottlecollectorsofcolorado.com, Contact: Jeff Johnson, Show Chairman, P.O. Box 26, Larkspur, Colorado 80118, 303.681.3776, jtjsmj@msn.com FOHBC Member Club

  • July 25-26 - Marietta, Georgia
    The Peach State Depression Glass Club 2015 Glass Show and Sale Saturday and Sunday, July 25 & 26, 2015 to be held at Jim Miller Park, Cobb County Fair Grounds, Buildings A & B, 2245 Callaway Rd., Marietta, GA 30008.
    We are planning an exciting show for 2015 and don't want you to miss it. http://www.peachstatedepressionglassclub.com/

  • July 25-27 - Marietta, Ohio
    National Fenton Glass Society Convention Quality Inn 700 Pike Street Marietta, OH 45750 740-374-3345 http://www.nfgs.org office@nfgs.org

  • July 31-August 2 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
    (Saturday & Sunday) Chattanooga, Tennessee - Chattanooga has been selected for the 2015 FOHBC Southern Region National Antique Bottle Show. The show will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center, Sunday August 2, with dealer set-up and early buyers on Saturday. The Chattanooga Marriott Downtown will be the host hotel and is connected to the convention center. The banquet/bottle competition, seminars, auction, and membership meetings will be held at the Marriott. Jack Hewitt and John Joiner will be serving as show co-chairpersons. FOHBC National Show

August - 2015

  • August 1-2 - Sacramento, California
    International Depression Glas Club, Scottish Rite Temple, H Street, Sacramento, California. August 1-2, 2015 Admission is $6.00, good for both days Food prepared on site available Professional glass and ceramics repair by Miracle Glass

  • August 1-2 - Pensacola, Florida
    Pensacola Looking Glass Show Glass, China & Pottery Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds 6655 W. Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 972-672-6213 http://www.meyershows.com/pensacola.php meyerantiques@juno.com

  • August 4-7 - Sacramento, California
    FOHBC 2016 National Antique Bottle Convention at the McClellan Conference Center, Host Hotel: Lions Gate Hotel. Room Reservations Information: Richard Siri, Show Chairman, rtsiri@sbcglobal.net or Ferdinand Meyer V, FOHBC President, 713.222.7979 x 115 or e-mail: fmeyer@fohbc.org More info at FOHBC.org FOHBC National Convention

  • August 5-9 - Asheville, North Carolina
    2015 AACG annual trip: Asheville, North Carolina.

  • August 6-9 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • August 7-8 - Penland, North Carolina
    2015 Penland Auction 07-08 Aug 2015 NC, 828.765.2359 auction@penland.org

  • Augst 7-8 - Lostine, Oregon Eagle Cap Wildrness Swap Meet, 65028 Granger Road, Lostine, OR.

  • August 8 - Martinsburg, West Virginia
    Sixteenth Annual Shenandoah Valley Insulator Show and Sale. Chesapeake Bay Insulator Club. Calvary United Methodist Church, 220 West Burke Street, Martinsburg, WV

  • August 8 - Vicksburg, Mississippi
    18th Vicksburg Bottle & Antique Show, 4137 Frontage Rd Exit 4-B, Vicksburg, Mississippi 39183, Saturday Only, Public 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Set-up: Saturday 7:00 am - 9:00 am, Cost of admission: $2, Vicksburg Collectors of Mississippi, Contact: Russell Schaffer, 111 Peach Street, Flora Mississippi, 601.618.5093, E-mail: russll2@bellsouth.net

  • August 8-9 - Slidell, Louisiana
    Slidell Looking Glass Show Glass, China & Pottery Northshore Harbor Center 100 Harbor Center Blvd Slidell, LA 70461 972-672-6213 http://www.meyershows.com/slidell.php meyerantiques@juno.com

  • August 9 - Silverton, Oregon
    2015 Silverton Swap Meet. Coolidge/Mc Claine Park, Silverton, OR

  • August 10-16 - Bouckville, New York
    44th Annual Madison-Bouckville Antique Show, Outdoor antiques, collectibles including two huge bottle tents. Over 2000 dealers and vendors located on scenic Route 20, Bouckville, New York. Contact: Larry Fox, 585.307.4608 or Jim Mitchell, 813.684.2834

  • August 14-16 - Rosenberg, Texas
    Houston Glass Club 41st Annual Festival Of Glass and Antique Show And Sale Fort Bend County Fairgrounds Rosenberg, TX http://www.houstonglassclub.org/showinfo.html

  • August 22-23 - Grapevine, Texas
    Metroplex Looking Glass Show Grapevine Convention Center 1209 S Main Street Grapevine, Texas http://www.meyershows.com/metroplexaugust.php meyerantiques@juno.com

  • August 29 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY August 29, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Summer Catalogued Variety Auction MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • August 30 - Sunderland, England
    North Lands Creative Glass: A Selection Of Works From The North Lands Collection. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland, England

  • August 31-September 2 - Chattanooga, Tennessee
    FOHBC 2015 National Antique Bottle Show at the Chattanooga Convention Center, Sunday August 2, with dealer set-up and early buyers on Saturday. The Chattanooga Marriott Downtown will be the host hotel and is connected to the convention center. The banquet/bottle competition, seminars, auction, and membership meetings will be held at the Marriott. Jack Hewitt and John Joiner are serving as show co-chairpersons. Contracts and Information FOHBC National Show

September - 2015

  • September 1-October 4 - GÖteberg, Sweden
    Since the Middle Ages, the island of Murano in Venice has been a centre for glassmaking, and its glass is famous around the world. In the early 20th century there was a dramatic artistic renewal in Venetian glass and this was celebrated in Sweden, including a major exhibition at Röhsska Museum in 1943. Today’s exhibition shows colourful modernistic glass from Venini and other glassworks in Murano from about 1940 to 1960, exclusively on loan from a German private collection.
    The exhibition will be on display September 1 – October 4, 2015.
    ADDRESSVASAGATAN 37-39, GÖTEBORG, SVERIGE PHONE+46 31 368 3150

  • September 10-13 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • September 11-13 - Merritt, British Columbia, Canada
    Annual Insulator Swap at the Insulator Ranch, 3045 Spanish Creek Place, Merritt, BC

  • September 11-November 1 - Riihimäki, Finland
    11.9.–1.11.2015 Lasinen sarjakuva – Comic Art in Glass – Ella Varvio & Sini Majuri Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • September 12-13 - Millville, New Jersey
    Marble Weekend at Wheaton. This is a Contemporary Marble show. Wheaton Village, Millville NJ 08332. Contact Paul Katherman (no phone numbers in flyer).

  • September 12-13 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    28th Annual Cape Cod Glass Show and Sale

  • September 19-20 - Rochester, New York
    Depression Glass Club of Rochester Glass Show & Sale Rochester Museum & Science Center East Avenue & Goodman Street Rochester, NY 585-271-4552

  • September 22-October 3 - Round Top, Texas
    Glass Show at the Old Depot In the Pavilion & Dance Hall 550 N Washington Street Round Top, Texas 361-865-9326 or 336-785-5224 pfau1@earthlink.net

  • September 25-26 - Edison, New Jersey
    Garden State Depression Glass Show & Sale Lakeside School 10 Oak Drive Edison, NJ 609-240-3765

  • September 25-October 4 - Round Top, Texas
    Washburn's San Antonio Antique Market Round Top, TX 210-599-0635 Kent Washburn Antiques
  • September 26 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY September 26, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET 21st Annual Fall Catalogued Auction of EAPG & Other 19th Century Glass In addition to other consignments, this auction features the collection of Kent and Mary Stevens of Winchester, VA and rarities from the Dr. Larry McCallister collection of Anderson, IN. This sale will be held in conjunction with a special regional meeting of the Early American Pattern Glass Society (EAPGS). SPECIAL EVENT: Thursday & Friday, September 24 & 25: Regional EAPGS Meeting MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • September 26 - Moriarty(Albuquerque), New Mexico
    Enchantment Insulator Club/New Mexico Historical Bottle Society 28th Annual Insulator, Bottle, Barbwire and Collectibles Show and Sale. Moriarty Civic Center, 202 South Broadway, Moriarty,NM (35m E of Albuquerque just south of I-40). Show setup and dealer trading Friday afternoon & evening, September 25. Saturday September 26 show hours 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Info: MIKE GAY (505) 899-8755. E-mail: cdn102@centurylink.net or TOM KATONAK, 1024 Camino de Lucia, Corrales, NM 87048 (505) 898-5592. E-mail: tkatonak@comcast.net

  • September 27 - Depew, New York
    17th Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association Annual Show and Sale at the Polish Falcons Hall, 445 Columbia Avenue, Depew, New York 14043, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Set-up: Sunday, September 27th 7:00 am to 9:00 am, Cost of admission: $2, children under 12 free, Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association, gbbca.org, Contact: Joe Guerra, Secretary, 29 Nina Terrace, West Seneca, New York 14224, Phone: 716.674.5750, jguerra3@roadrunner.com FOHBC Member Club

October - 2015

  • October 4 - Chelsea, Michigan
    Huron Valley Bottle Insulator and Insulator Club's Annual Bottle and Insulator Show. Chelsea Comfort Inn Conference Center, Exit 159 North off I-94, Chelsea, MI

  • October 8-11 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!" Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd. Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • October 10-11 - Cromwell, Connecticut
    Northeast Marble Meet. Marble Show and Marble Auction. Crowne Plaza Cromwell CT, 860-635-2000. Contact Bob Block 203-209-7076.

  • October 13 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - TUESDAY October 13, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Fall Catalogued Auction of 19th & 20th Century Ceramics Featuring a large and important private collection of R. S. Prussia, Aesthetic-period wares, Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco, Mid-Century and Studio Pottery, plus more, this auction will be held in conjuction with our two-day ceramics seminar. SPECIAL EVENT: Sunday & Monday, October 11 & 12 Ceramics Seminar ("Looking Backward, Looking Forward: Ceramics Production at the Turn of the 20th Century") Our second annual two-day ceramics seminar will focus on the period of 1880-1910 and feature speakers on topics that elucidate design trends at turn-of-the-century pottery and porcelain works in the United States, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe and Asia. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • October 17 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY October 17, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Kerosene & Related Lighting MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • October 23-24 - Allendale, New Jersey
    North Jersey Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Guardian Angel Church 320 Franklin Tpke Allendale, NJ 973-267-7511

November - 2015

  • November 1 - Lusanne, Switzerland
    Living Glass II: Recent Acquisitions by the Glass Art Collection 2012-2014. Exhibition of contemporary glass art acquisitions in the museum’s Mudac Glass Collection. Musee de Design et D’Arts Appliques Contemporains. Lausanne, Switzerland

  • November 6-8 - Springfield, Ohio
    Insulators - 45th Annual (insulator) Mid-Ohio Show and Sale. Clark County Fairgrounds. Feature "Lynchburg Glass."

  • November 6-8 - Chicago, Illinois
    SOFA - Chicago - Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design Fair, Navy Pier, Opening Night Preview Thursday, November 5, 2015. sofaexpo.com

  • November 6-December 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    6.11.–31.12.2015 Lasii… Glass… Kimmo Reinikka Suomen lasimuseo / The Finnish Glass Museum Tehtaankatu 23 11910 Riihimäki, Finland puh./tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 e-mail: glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

    November 7-8 - Dearborn, Michigan
    The Michigan Depression Glass Society presents their 43 Annual All-depression Glass Show and Sale. Saturday November 7, 10AM-5PM, November 8, 10AM-4PM. $5.00 donation to the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Avenue (at Greenfield Road), Dearborn, Michigan

  • November 8-9 - Tiffin, Ohio
    ARTISTRY IN AMERICAN GLASS SHOW IN TIFFIN, November 8, 2015 - November 9, 2015, Calvert Elementary School Activity Center, Tiffin, Ohio

  • November 12-15 - Atlanta, Georgia
    Scott Antique Show - For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of the Scott Antique Markets, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country along with several family members, finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. As an exhibitor, wanted to start his own show with an emphasis on customer service. The Atlanta, Georgia show was successful from the beginning, and quickly expanded to Columbus, Ohio. Thirty years later, with four generations of Scotts working the show, the Scott Antique Market is stronger than ever. It has grown into the World's Largest Monthly Indoor Antique Show, and is truly "America's Favorite Treasure Hunt!"
    Hours - Thursday 12:45 - 6:00 PM Friday/Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Location: Atlanta Expo Center - 3650 Jonesboro Rd Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • November 14 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY November 14, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Catalogued Auction of Americana & Fine Antiques Featuring Virginia and the South Including our usual fine selection of rare Virginia and other Southern material, 18th and 19th century American formal and country furniture, fine and decorative arts, important Shenandoah Valley folk art, country accessories, textiles, &c. MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

  • November 14-15 - Tiffin, Ohio
    Northwest Ohio Glass Association 3rd Annual Artistry in American Glass Show & Sale Calvert Middle School 54 Melmore Street Tiffin, OH 336-785-5224 or 419-618-5036 http://www.nwoga.org/ pfau1@earthlink.net;tmaiberger54@yahoo.com

  • November 14-15 - Red Hook,New York
    Hudson Valley Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Red Hook Fire House Firehouse Lane Red Hook, NY 845-473-3898

  • November 14-December 30 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Sixth Annual Glassblower's Christmas

  • November 14-April, 2016 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    The Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Special Exhibit: Marble Mania - From Agates to Zebras

  • November 22 - Albertson, New York
    Big Apple Depression Glass Show & Sale Albertson V.F.W. Hall 155 Searingtown Road Albertson NY

December - 2015

  • December 5 - Mount Crawford, Virginia
    Jeffrey S, Evans and Associates - SATURDAY December 5, 2015 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Special Holiday Auction Details Pending MAILING ADDRESS: P. O. Box 2638, Harrisonburg, VA 22801 GALLERY ADDRESS: 2177 Green Valley Lane, Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 TEL: (540) 434-3939, ext. 0 FAX: (540) 434-3399 EMAIL: info@jeffreysevans.com

January - 2016

  • January 23-24 - Sanford, Florida
    Sanlando Depression Glass Show & Sale Sanford Civic Center 401 E.Seminole Blvd. Sanford, Florida 32771 803-684-5685 or 850-673-9607 http://sanlandodepressionglassshow.com/ contact@sanlandoshow.com

February - 2016

  • February 2-6 - Tucson, Arizona
    Tucson Glass Art & Bead Festiva, Tucson, Arizona, USA
    Quality Inn & Suites Airport North 5251 S. Julian Dr. Tucson, Arizona, USA 520-294-5255 February 2-6, 2016 Hours: Opening day 11-8, daily 10-6, final day 10-5 Admission: Free and open to the public. Wholesale and retail. Copy of tax ID, EIN or business license required with wholesale purchase. Show Promoter: Doug Haurron Phone: (505) 884-0318 Email: office@tucsonglassartshow.com

March - 2016

April - 2016

May - 2016

June - 2016

  • 17-19 June, Walnut, Iowa
    34th Annual Walnut AMVET's Antique Show Walnut, Iowa

July - 2016

August - 2016

  • August 4-7 - Sacramento, California
    FOHBC 2016 National Antique Bottle Convention at the McClellan Conference Center, Host Hotel: Lions Gate Hotel. Room Reservations Information: Richard Siri, Show Chairman, rtsiri@sbcglobal.net or Ferdinand Meyer V, FOHBC President, 713.222.7979 x 115 or e-mail: fmeyer@fohbc.org More info at FOHBC.org FOHBC National Convention

September - 2016

October - 2016

November - 2016

December - 2016

Maize Vase Barber Collection, Fenton Glass Co.

(L) Vase, Maize Pattern,
W. L. Libbey & Son, ca. 1889,
private collection

(R) Vase, United States, Barber Collection,
Fenton Glass Company, Williamstown, WV, 1975 (Baker Coll.)


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