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January - 2014

  • January 6-December 1, 2014 - Storgatan, Sweden
    NORDIC GLASS C/O THE GLASS FACTORY The exhibition consists of a selection of works by 24 artists from Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Iceland that will reveal tendencies and trends and, at the same time, demonstrate a wide diversity of form, technique and expression in contemporary Nordic glass.
    Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on deliciousShare on pushaMore Sharing ServicesTipsa en vän Invited artists:
    Sweden: Bertil Vallien, Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, Paul Grähs, Gunilla Kihlgren, Åsa Jungnelius, Ludvig Löfgren, Fredrik Nielsen Finland: Oiva Toikka, Hans Christian Berg, Anu Penttinen, Markku Salo, Vesa Varrela, Camilla Moberg Denmark: Pernille Braun Jørgensen, Pipaluk Lake, Stine Bidstrup, Susanne Jøker Johnsen, Trine Drivsholm Norway: Ingrid Tvedt Nord, Vidar Koksvik, Benjamin Slotterøy, Tanja Sæter, Kari Håkonsen Iceland: Æsa Björk Thorsteinsdóttir
    The Glass Factory Storgatan 5 360 65 Boda Glasbruk, Sweden
    Opening hours: April 28-September 16 Monday-Friday 10.00-18.00 Saturday-Sunday 11.00-17.00
February - 2014

  • February 7-September 21 - Tacoma, Washington
    Look! See? The Colors and Letters of Jen Elek and Jeremy Bert Feb 7, 2014 to Sep 21, 2014 Type: Exhibition Tags: Glass, Museums The Museum of Glass 1801 Dock Street 98402 Tacoma, WA

  • February 22-September 28 - Tacoma, Washington
    Coastal Alchemy: Anna Skibska and Associates
    Feb 22, 2014 to Sep 28, 2014 Type: Exhibition Tags: Glass, Museums The Museum of Glass 1801 Dock Street 98402 Tacoma, WA

March - 2014

April - 2014

  • April 1-October 31- Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Contemporary Gallery: McDermott Glass Studio 2014-04-01 to 2014-10-31 Contemporary Gallery: McDermott Glass Studio Sandwich Glass Museum 508-888-0251 READ MORE: http://www.sandwichglassmuseum.org/

  • April 1-January 4, 2015 - Millville, New Jersey
    Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville, NJ.
    NJ 350: Through the Lens of Glass -- This exhibition explores the relationship between glass and South Jersey culture. Over 5,000 square feet in size, the exhibit pulls together voices from the plurality of people touched by glass and shows connections between the past and the present through display of the museum’s South Jersey glass collection which spans the Colonial Era to the present day.

  • April 11-August 31 - Muncie, Indiana
    Without Camouflage, Dafna Kaffeman. Silvia Levenson. Apr 11, 2014 to Aug 31, 2014 Type: Exhibition Tags: Exhibitions, Glass David Owsley Museum of Art Ball State University 47306 Muncie, IN

  • April 12-September 14 - Coburg, Germany
    COBURGER GLASPREIS 2014 - The Coburg Prize For Contemporary Glass 2014
    Unter der Schirmherrschaft von Frau Androulla Vassiliou, Mitglied der Europäischen Kommission. Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg, Veranstalter Coburger Glaspreis 2014 Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, Veranstalter Coburger Glaspreis 2014. Durchgeführt von den Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg in Verbindung mit der Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung.
    In den letzten Jahren ist die künstlerische Auseinandersetzung mit dem Werkstoff Glas um viele Facetten bereichert worden. Neben sorgfältig gestalteten und mit höchster Präzision gefertigten Objekten gewinnen Werke mit einem konzeptionellen Ansatz immer mehr an Bedeutung. Eine selbstverständliche Mobilität überwindet nationale Grenzen und Besonderheiten. So ist Europa für viele Künstler aus Amerika und Asien zur neuen Heimat geworden. Ganz neue Lösungen zur Umsetzung künstlerischer Ideen ermöglichen neue Herstellungs- und Bearbeitungstechniken, der universelle Einsatz von Klebstoffen, die Verwendung von Leuchtgasen und die LED-Technik. Immer mehr Maler, Bildhauer und Konzeptkünstler haben den Werkstoff Glas für ihr eigenes Schaffen entdeckt.
    Die begleitende Ausstellung des seit 1977 nun zum vierten Mal ausgerichteten Coburger Glaspreises zeigt in einer europäischen Gesamtschau aktuelle Tendenzen und Strömungen der modernen, sich mit dem Material Glas beschäftigenden Kunst. Zu sehen sind Werke von europäischen oder in Europa geborenen Künstlern.
    Die von einer internationalen Jury ausgewählten Objekte werden vom 13. April bis zum 14. September 2014 in den Räumen der Veste Coburg und des Europäischen Museums für Modernes Glas in Rödental präsentiert.
    Die Fotojury findet vom 13. bis zum 15. September in Coburg statt. Sie entscheidet unter den eingereichten Arbeiten über die Teilnahme an der Ausstellung und am Wettbewerb. Im Anschluss an die Fotojury werden die ausgewählten Künstler innerhalb eines Zeitraums von zwei Wochen benachrichtigt.
    Preisverleihung 12. April 2014 Ausstellung 13. April bis 14. September 2014 Orte Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg Europäisches Museum für Modernes Glas Teilnehmende Künstler ca. 200 Kunstwerke ca. 250
    Naturkunde-Museum Coburg Park 6 D-96450 Coburg Telefon 0 95 61/80 81-0 Fax 0 95 61/80 81-40 www.naturkunde-museum-coburg.de info@naturkunde-museum- coburg.de

May - 2014

  • May 3-September 30 - Banff, Alberta, Canada
    2014 Radium Art Glass Show
    Here are the key dates for the 2014 show at Radium:
    Deadline for entries: April 5
    Artists reception: Saturday, May 3
    Show hanging – week of May 5th
    Official show start date: Saturday, May 10 End date of Show: Sept. 30
    I look forward to hearing from you and sincerely hope that you will enter a new piece for 2014! Take care and warmest regards to all of you, Donna Cook Marketing Coordinator – Coordinatrice du marketing Canadian Rockies Hot Springs – Sources thermales des rocheuses canadiennes Parks Canada – Parcs Canada Box 900 – CP. 900 Banff, AB T1L 1K2

  • May 9-December 10 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Finnish Glass Museum, Kersti Vaks – Glass Beads from Estonia. Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • May 12-January 4, 2015 - Corning, New York
    Exhibition: René Lalique: Enchanted by Glass. Corning, Museum of Glass, Corning, NY www.cmog.org

  • May 16-August 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Finnish Glass Museum - Lasia raikkaudella: Sodashop – Marjut Numminen & Aino Vilpas
    Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • May 16-September 14 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Nuutajärvi - A Never Ending Story
    Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • May 17-January 4, 2015 - Corning, New York
    Exhibition: Designing for a New Century: Works on Paper by Lalique and his Contemporaries In the late 19th century and early 20th century, René Lalique’s jewelry, and then his beautifully designed glass objects and vessels, made him an influential figure in Art Nouveau and Art Deco.
    Rakow Library, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York

  • May 27-August 31 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The National Liberty Museum 321 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-925-2800 www.libertymuseum.org
    G321 Glass Exhibit: Create + Collect = Connect “Create + Collect = Connect” explores the relationship between glass artists and collectors, and to that end, features one or two favorite pieces from each of the collections of nine regional collectors alongside a current piece by each selected artist. The purpose of this glass exhibit is manifold. The installation of the dual artist pieces and signage of the show itself, an event that convenes a panel of collectors and artists, plus a printed catalog, will provoke a dialogue between the creators and collectors of glass art.

June - 2014

  • June 13-August 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Finnish Glass Museum, Lasimiehet Jake and Jones Glass Men
    Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • June 14-November 30 - Denver, Colorado
    Chihuly - Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver, Colorado June 14 – November 30, 2014

July - 2014

  • July 1-November 2 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sanswich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Exhibit: Swinging the Lamp. Ship Models from the USS Constitution Model Shipwright Guild

August - 2014

  • August-October - Segovia, Spain
    La Granja Glass Museum, Spain, Segovia, Spain - INTERNATIONAL GLASS MICROBIOLOGY EXHIBITION
    Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram.
    Museo del Vidrio, Fundación Centro Nacional del Vidrio - Real Fábrica de Cristales de La Granja, Paseo del Pocillo nº 1 40100 Real Sitio de San Ildefonso, Segovia, Spain Telf. +34 921010700 Fax. +34 921010701

  • August 23-September 6 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sanswich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Dodge Macknight exhibit featuring loans from the Museum at the Sandwich Public Library

  • August 26-28 - Ashville, New Yprk
    Woodsland Wide Web Carnival Glass Association Convention / Auction, Ashville, NY

  • August 27-30 - Ashville, New York
    Woodsland World Wide Web Carnival Glass Association Convention / Auction, Lake Chautauqua Auction Center, 2118 Magnolia Ave. Ashville, NY (716) 526-4230 Jim Wroda Auction

  • August 28 - On Line
    Piggott Estate Liquidation Auction. Doran Auctioneers of Beaver Falls, PA. They will be conducting an online auction which will end at 7:00pm on Thursday, August 28th. To view their online auction visit the following link: https://server22.maxanet.com/cgi-bin/mndetails.cgi?doran1. You can follow Doran's instructions to register for online bidding, and they will provide either the pickup or shipping details to you following the auction for any items you may win. Mike Sabo, President, H.C. Glass Society

  • August 28 – Rochester, New York
    Depression Glass Club of Greater Rochester. The Perfect Pets – Glass Animals follow us home all the time; they’re ideal pets that require no feeding or exercise, and they’re easy to love since they come in all sizes, shapes and colors. Bring your favorite pets in to meet the group. Business: Show sign-ups
    All meetings are held in the Eisenhart auditorium, on the Rochester Museum and Science Center Campus at the corner of East Ave. and Goodman St., Rochester, NY (phone 271-4320). Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and usually last until 9:30.Visitors are welcome at all meetings. Guests may attend one meeting, upon attendance at the second meeting they will be asked to join and pay the $7 annual membership fee.

  • August 30-31 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    Kerrisdale Antiques Fair - Kerrisdale Arena, 5670 East Boulevard at 41st Avenue. Over 250 tables & booths, a style for every collector, from folk to formal! General Admission $7 / Free Parking / Cafe. 21st Century Promotions - 604 980 3159 www.21cpromotions.com/kerrisdale/index.html

  • August 30-31 - Weston, West Virginia
    West Virginia Museum of Glass - StudioMAG Workshop: Introduction to Flamework/Torch with Clint Stenger. Fee to be announced.

September - 2014

  • September 1 - Toronto, Onario, Canada
    Heritage Antique Market at Ceterpoint Mall. 6464 Yonge St. at Steeles. Monday, Labour Day, Open 10am-5pm. Heritage Antique Shows. 60 Selected Antique dealers from across Ontario & Quebec featuring 19th & 20th Century decorative arts, silver, periode & decorative furniture, antique jewelry, paintings, china, collectibles and more. Free admission and parking.416-483-6471 or 1-866-285-5515. www.heritageantiqueshows.com

  • September 1 - Tacoma, Washington
    Irish Cylinders by Dale Chihuly and Seaver Leslie with glass drawings by Flora C. Mace, from the George R. Stroemple Collection. Museum of Glass. Tacoma, WA

  • September 2 - Corning, New York
    The Corning Museum of Glass, Studio Faculty Presentations, The Studio. 7:30pm to 9:00pm
    Studio Faculty Presenetation Hear from some of the best-known glassmakers in the world, through free, informal public lectures by Studio faculty, Tuesday nights throughout the summer class sessions This week features Amanda Gundy, and Timothy Drier in the Studio Faculty Presentations series.
    Amanda Gundy is teaching a Next Steps in Glassblowing course at The Studio this summer. This one-week session will teach students to focus on technique and improving their craft by exploring basic forms in glass.
    Timothy Drier is teaching an Introduction to Flameworking course at The Studio this summer. This one-week session will present a wide range of flameworking techniques using borosilicate glass.

  • September 2-7 - Brimfield, Massachusetts
    Brimfield Antique Show, Brimfield, Massachusetts

  • September 4 - Milton, West Virginia
    Blenko Glass Mini Convention in Milton WV

  • September 4-6 - Leominster, Massachusetts
    New England Carnival Glass Association Convention / Auction, Double Tree by Hilton, 99 Erdman Way, Leiominster, Mass.

  • September 4-6 - New Bedford, Massachusetts
    Early American Pattern Glass Society - Twentieth Annual Meeting
    The Early Plans September 4-6, 2014
    Our Headquarters will be at the Fairfield Inn located in New Bedford, Ma. The Fairfield Inn has consented to special rates from arrivals on September 3 to September 9, 2014. (Maybe more dates if you need them.)
    We will tour the New Bedford Glass Museum and the Sandwich Glass Museum and both will have tours and present programs! There are many other places to see, go, and do. One place you do not want to miss is the Whaling Museum in New Bedford. I can assure you this can be a wonderful, fulfilling event!
    The Cape Cod Glass show will be September 6 and 7; arrange-ments will be made to accommodate the show attendance. The Brimfield Show will be the first week of September for those wishing to pay it a visit prior to coming to New Bedford.
    Joe and Jean Greene will open their house in Glastonbury for a tour of their 3,440 goblets. Glastonbury is on the outskirts of Hartford, Connecticut. This is one of the finest goblet collections in the country - come prepared to do some study. Our friend, Joe, can account for many of the slight variances such as sizes, details and the like.
    Fly into Boston, Providence or Hartford if not coming via auto-mobile. More detail to come. Brimfield, Glastonbury, New Bedford, Sandwich What a great opportunity!

  • September 4-7 - Tucson, Arizona
    The Best Bead Show. Kino Veterans Memorial Community Center/Mulcahy YMCA 2805 E Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713-6217

  • September 5 - Weston, West Virginia
    Wst Virginia Museum of Glass - American Glass Auction (Cameo, Mid-Century, EAPG & More). Free admission.

  • September 5-6 - Weston, West Virginia
    Museum of American Glass, Mid-Century Modern Symposium at MAG, 230 Main Ave. Weston, West Virginia 26452 Phone: 304-269-5006

  • September 5-7 - Merritt, British Columbia, Canada
    Annual Insulator Swap, Insulator Ranch, 3034 Spanish Creek Place.

  • September 6 - Kokomo, Indiana
    Crossroads of America Marble Meet. Hampton Inn & Suites, 2920 South Reed Road, Kokomo IN. 765-455-2900.

  • September 6 - Greenbelt, Maryland
    Regular meeting of the Delmarva Depression Glass Club, 1000 at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 6905 Greenbelt, MD. The topic will be "Summer Finds." Refreshments, guests welcome.

  • September 6 - Dundas, Ontario, Canada
    Canada’s favourite antique show with hundreds of dealers and almost 10 acres of antiques. Here you'll find china, jewellery, golf items, tins, folk art, postcards, native artefacts, Canadian country, fine art, nostalgia items, furniture and much more. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. $10 admission. 905-525-2181 ext 147 www.christieantiqueshow.ca

  • September 6 - Millville, New Jersey
    You’re Invited! Saturday, September 6, 2014 2pm-6pm
    Please join us for a day celebrating friends, fellowship & food at WheatonArts. We welcome back Chef Rob Buono and an enticing menu of fresh, local artisan foods. Programming will include studio demonstrations by guest artists featuring current and former Fellows of the Creative Glass Center of America. Special hands-on activities will be offered for families with children.
    Tickets: $75 per person Children’s ticket: $10 Children 6 and under are free
    Wheaton Arts and Culrural Center, 1100 Village Dr, Millville, NJ | 856-825-6800 or 800-998-4552

  • September 6-7 - East Sandwich, Massachusetts
    27th Annual Cape Cod Glass Show and Sale 2014-09-06 to 2014-09-07 27th Annual Cape Cod Glass Show and Sale. Sponsored by the Sandwich Glass Museum - at the Corpus Christi Church, East Sandwich 508-888-0251 READ MORE: http://www.sandwichglassmuseum.org/

  • September 6-14 - Wanganui, New Zealand
    A highlight of this year's festival are workshops offered by two visiting internationally renowned glass artists - these courses are designed for experienced glass artists.
    These will be popular workshops, so don't delay your registration. Upon registration, we'll send you payment information. Event Co-ordinator Helen Craig Phone / fax +64 6 345 7029 Cell +64 021 103 0737. For additional information Go to http://www.wanganuiglass.co.nz/workshops-open-studios

  • September 7 - Pekin, Illinois
    Pekin Bottle Collectors Assoc. 45th Annual Show & Sale 8am to 3pm Show Address: Knights of Columbus, 715 N. 11th Street in Pekin

  • September 7-October 19 - Fallbrook, California
    17th Annual Galaxy of Glass Exhibition
    Presented in The Janice Griffiths Galleryglass resized Deadline for Submissions: July 11, 2014 Opening Reception: Sep 6, 2014 5-7pm Show Opens: Sep 7, 2014 Show Closes: Oct 19, 2014
    Fallbrook Art Center 103 South Main Street, Fallbrook, California 92028 | 760.728.1414

  • September 10-12 - Sheffield, UK
    Join us next September and help make 2014 the year that brings glass to life!
    Durham Castle Glass Science in Art and Conservation Durham - 10th to 12th September York - Saturday 13th September article posted 6 Sep 13 The glass community world wide embraces many diverse strands of glass expertise. This conference in September 2014 is designed to weave together those diverse strands to create a web of knowledge and experience which transcends barriers and divisions.
    Society of Glass Technology 9 Churchill Way Chapeltown Sheffield S35 2PY UK

    September 11 - Rochester, New York
    Depression Glass Club of Greater Rochester. Pottery and China - Glass was not the only thing being manufactured during the Depression years; there were any number of factories making some of our favorite patterns like Autumn Leaf and Fiesta. Bring your favorites to share with the group. Business: Finalize show sign-ups.
    All meetings are held in the Eisenhart auditorium, on the Rochester Museum and Science Center Campus at the corner of East Ave. and Goodman St. (phone 271-4320). Meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and usually last until 9:30.Visitors are welcome at all meetings. Guests may attend one meeting, upon attendance at the second meeting they will be asked to join and pay the $7 annual membership fee.

  • September 11-13 - Kansas City, Missouri
    The Seeck Auction Company will be offering the outstanding carnival glass collection of Jackie Poucher. In conjunction with the auction HOACGA has made plans for a special event. Mark your calendar for this special time: Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 11–13, 2014. It will be at the Embassy Suites Hotel, Kansas City, MO, same hotel as the HOACGA Convention. Reservations 816-891-7788, room rate same as the convention rate, $115.00/day, reservation cut-off date is August 29, 2014. You do not have to be a member of HOACGA to attend the Thursday and Friday events.

  • September 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. State: Contact: Don Scott Phone: 740-569-2800

  • September 12-14 - Detroit, Michigan
    The Saturday, September 13th auction is pleased to present the antique cut glass collection of Ingrid C. Roberts of North Baltimore, Ohio, featuring rare and important examples from the 19th and early 20th century. Among the over 140 lots are exquisite intaglio cut pieces by Stevens & Williams, beautiful green, ruby and cranberry cut-to-clear punch bowls, baskets, and ewers, paramount of which is a Dorflinger punch bowl set with cups, as well as colorless examples by Libbey, Hawkes, Sinclaire, Meriden, and others.
    DETAILS: http://www.dumoart.com/AuctionDetail.aspx?aid=2077
    PHONE OR ABSENTEE: Call (313) 963-6255 or E-Mail info@dumoart.com
    BID LIVE AT: www.LIVEAUCTIONEERS.com
    Catalog: www.DUMOART.com
    September Exhibition Hours are as follows: Friday, September 5th, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Saturday, September 6th, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Tuesday, September 9th, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Wednesday, September 10th, 9:30 am to 8:30 pm Thursday, September 11th, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm Friday, September 12th, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
    ************ AUCTION **************
    Friday, September 12th, Auction begins at 6:30 pm Saturday, September 13th, Auction begins at 11:00 am - CUT GLASS FEATURE Sunday, September 14th, Auction begins at Noon

  • September 13 - Racine, Wisconsin
    Fourteenth Annual Greater Chicago Insulator club's "End of Summer" Picnic and Swap Meet, 434 Blaine Ave., Racine, WI

  • September 13 - Hyattsville, Maryland
    The DC GlassWorks artists haven't let a little summer heat slow them down. Join us on Saturday, September 13 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm for our first Open House of the fall to see what Studio and Resident Artists have been busy creating. Enjoy free glassblowing demonstrations, snacks and beer. You can also work with one of our instructors to make your own glass paperweight for a fee. Family friendly.
    DC GlassWorks | 5366 46th Avenue | Hyattsville | MD | 20781 - https://www.facebook.com/events/1460289200916216/ - http://dcglassworks.com/

  • September 13 - St. Lambert, Quebec, Canada
    St.Lambert Antique Show across the bridge from Montreal St.Lambert Seaway Park 430 Riverside Drive St.Lambert, Quebec J4P 3P7 Adm:$6 8am-3pm Info:450458-7347/450-672-6188 www.montrealantiqueshow.com

  • September 13 - Downieville, California
    13 September 2014 (Saturday) Downieville, California – Downieville Bottle Show, Friday September 12th, 5:00 pm Dealer BBQ and Wine Tasting Event, Saturday, September 13th, Dealer set-up 7:00 am to 8:00 am, early lookers 8:00 am to 10:00 am, Free admission 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. There is a car show in Sierra City the same weekend as the bottle show and the motels are going to fill up really fast. If you are planning on staying here in the area I would recommend you get your motel reservations in early (like in the next week or so as the Riverside is already half booked for that weekend) FOHBC Member Club

  • September 13 - Kansas City, Missouri
    Embassy Suites Airport Hotel, Kansas City, MO. (816) 356-5320 - Jim Seeck Auction - Poucher Collection (Carnival Glass)

  • September 13 - Salt Lake City, Utah
    13 September 2014 (Saturday) Salt Lake City, Utah – Utah Antique Bottle and Collectibles Show and Sale, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Early buyers 8:00 am at the Redwood Multipurpose Center, 3100 South Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, Utah

  • September 13-14 - Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
    Cobb+Co Museum. Glass Bead Workshop - Flowers Cost: $335 Saturday 13 September - Sunday 14 September 2014. Spectators are welcome at all workshops. 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

  • September 17-21 - New York, New York
    New York Art, Antique and Jewelry Show. Park Avenue Armory, New York City

  • September 18-20 - Kansas City, Missouri
    Fenton Finders of Greater Kansas City proudly presents Our 15th Annual Mid America Fenton Gala - 2014
    Embassy Suites, 7640 NW Tiffany Springs Parkway I-29, Exit 10, Kansas City, MO 64153-2304
    816-891-7788 - Call before 2:00 PM Central Time $113.00 (plus taxes) includes Cooked-to-Order Buffet Breakfast & Evening Cocktail Party Call for reservations on a weekday to 816-891-7788.
    Be sure to tell them you are with “Fenton Glass” to get the Gala Rate, good through Aug. 26, 2013 Thursday Friday Saturday Sept. 18, 19, & 20, 2014

  • September 19 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Outing to Duluth MN - Superior WI, viewing Tiffany church windows, glassblowing demonstration, galleries browsing minnesota@glassclub.org

  • September 19-20 - Corning, New York
    2014 Carder Steuben Club Fourteenth Annual Symposium September 19–20, 2014 Corning, New York
    Co-hosted by The Corning Museum of Glass All activities will take place in The Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG) Auditorium unless otherwise noted. Go to http://www.cardersteubenclub.org/ for more information.

  • September 19-20 - Aurora, oregon
    19 & 20 September 2014 (Friday & Saturday) Aurora, Oregon – Bottle, Antique & Collectibles Show & Sale at the American Legion Hall, 3rd & Main, Aurora, Oregon 97002, Friday, 1:00 – 5:00 pm, $5.00 Early bird admission Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, admission by donation, Oregon Bottle Collectors Association, www.obcaweb.org . FOHBC Member Club

  • September 19-21 - Oneonta, Alabama
    Oneonta Antique Show and Sale It's time for the 2014 Oneonta Antique Show and Sale! Come join us on the mezzanine of the Agri-Business Center in Oneonta, AL. Show Hours:
    Friday, September 19 9am - 8pm Saturday, September 20 9am - 6pm Sunday, September 21 1pm - 5pm Event's Official Web Page Location: Blount County-Oneonta Agri-Business Center (GPS) Contact: Dot Neher Phone: 256-355-6805

  • September 19-21 - Sewickley, Pennsylvania
    The Sewickley Antiques Show "Antiques Reimagined" The Edgeworth Club, 511 East Drive, Sewickley, PA 15143

  • September 19-21 - Houston, Texas
    Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show. George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Los Americas, Houston, TX 77010 708.366.2710

  • September 20 - Bethesda, Maryland
    Sandwich Chapter, National American Glass Club Regular meeting at the Merrill's. There will be a speaker on Chinese Snuff Bottles. For information, email webmaster@glassclub.org

  • September 20 - Houston, Texas
    The 23rd Annual Houston Insulator and Collectibles Show, Lone Star Insulator Club. Houston Marriott South at Hobby Airport. 9100 Gulf Freeway, Houston, TX

  • September 20 - Santa Ana, California
    Los Angeles Historical Bottle Club’s 48th Annual Antique Bottle, Fruit Jar, Antiques & Coll Show 9am to 3pm, Early Buyers 8am Show Address: Santa Ana Elks Lodge, 212 Elk Lane, Santa Ana, CA 92701

  • September 20 - Indianapolis, Indiana
    20 September 2014 (Saturday) Indianapolis, Indiana – Indianapolis Circle City Antique Bottle, Advertising and Collectibles Show and Sale. Last years event SOLD out with 80 tables and over 200 people through the doors. We have an exciting new venue for you with lots of natural lighting and plenty of parking. Don’t miss this exciting new show. NEW LOCATION – Boone County Fairgrounds, 1300 E. 100 S. Lebanon, Indiana 46052. Admission $2 (Early Admission -$20) Show hours 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.

  • September 20 - East Hampton, Connecticut
    Yankee Pole Cat Insulator Club's Annual "On Golden Pond" Swap Meet and Cookout.68 Long Crossing Road , East Hampton, CT.

  • September 20 - Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania
    Fall Insulator Show, 1837 Perkiomenville Road, Perkiomenville, PA

  • September 20-21 - Rochester, New York
    Depression Glass Club of Rochester Glass Show & Sale Rochester Museum & Science Center East Avenue & Goodman Street Rochester, NY

  • September 21 - Emeryville, California
    Bullseye Resource Center. Demonstration: KSI: Kilnforming Scene Investigation What are the limits of tested compatible glasses? Why does some glass break? How can you tell when glass has devitrified? Learn the answers to these questions and many more in this popular interactive session. Participants will break into teams to investigate a variety of flawed and unflawed fired samples and the firing cycles for those samples. Later the teams will come together to discuss their findings and how they relate to fundamental kilnforming principles.
    Portland / Devon Willis / September 9 (EV0707-0004) / Sunday 1-4pm
    Location: Bullseye Resource Center Portland 3610 SE 21st Ave. Portland, OR 97209
    RSVP to this event, Go to: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/news-a-events/events/rsvp.html

  • September 21 - Westford, Massachusetts
    The Merrimack Valley Antique Bottle Club’s 40th Annual Bottle Show New Date and New Location (formerly Lowell). 9am to 2pm, early buyers at 8am. Website: choyt48.home.comcast.net/mvbc.htm. Show Address: Westford Regency Inn, 219 Littleton Road, Westford, MA - just five minutes off Exit 32 of I-495 with plenty of signs to follow.

  • September 21-November 14 - Penland, North Carolina
    Fall 2014 Seeing With Your Hands with Brian Corr. Hot Shop Skills. Pemland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina 888.765.2359 penland.org

  • September 24-October 4 - Round Top, Texas
    Glass Show at the Old Depot In the Pavilion & Dance Hall 550 N Washington Street Round Top, Texas This show is part of the Fall Texas Antique Week. Antique Weekend takes place in more than a half dozen small rural Texas communities at a midpoint between Houston and Austin. A broad collection of independent show promoters and local entrepreneurs provide space for more than 2,000 antique, collectible and craft vendors and dealers throughout the several small communities.
    The Glass Show at the Old Depot is a group of well known National glass dealers all located in a single building in Round Top. FREE ADMISSION and FREE PARKING. Show hours are: 9:00am to 6:00pm, except Fridays, when we're open until 9:00pm.

  • September 25-27 - Fresno, California
    Northern California Carnival Glass Club, Convention / Auction Holiday Inn Fresno Airport, 5090 E Clinton Ave. Fresno, CA nccchand@yahoo.com

  • September 25-27 - Dearborn, Michigan
    National Milk Glass Collectors Society Convention 2014
    Adoba Hotel Dearborn 600 Town Center Drive Dearborn, Michigan 48126 www.adobadearborn.com 313.592.3622

  • September 25-October 4 - Round Top, Texas
    Washburn's San Antonio Antique Market at Round Top Round Top, TX 210-599-0635 Kent Washburn Antiques

  • September 25-October 4- Warrenton, Texas
    Rose of Texas Antique Show Located in the Historical Warrenton Saloon and Dance Hall, the Rose of Texas hosts 200 +/- indoor and outdoor dealers presenting fine antiques, juntiques, mantises, vintage, collectibles, industrial, linens, kitchenware, glass, tools, and crafts. On site restaurants with the BEST brisket in or near Round Top and Warrenton! This is in the center of Warrenton; this is a "NOT TO BE MISSED" show! Free admission. Event's Official Web Page Location: 4345 HWY 237 Warrenton, TX 78954 Contact: 281.961.5092

  • September 26-27 - Tampa, Florida
    The Bead Mercantile Show. Florida State Fairgrounds Florida Center & Botanical Gardens 4800 US Hwy 301N Tampa, FL 33610

  • September 26-27 - Genesco, New York
    Cottone Auctions. Fine Art and Antiques Auction, 120 Court St., Genesco, NY, cottoneauctions.com 585.243.1000

  • September 26-28 - Chicago, Illinois
    "Celebrate the Paperweight 2014" weekend event in Chicago, IL. More information to come.

  • September 26-27 - Moriarty, New Mexico
    The Enchantment Insulator Club's 27th Annual Insulator, Bottle, Barbwire and Collectibles Show. Moriarty Civic Center, 202 Broadway Avenue South, Moriarty, NM. Including telephone & telegraph collectibles and lightning rod equipment

  • September 26-28 - Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania
    Mount Pleasant Glass and Ethnic Festival in Mount Pleasant, PA 15666. Friday, September 26th 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, September 27th 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday, September 28th 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. http://mpglassandethnicfest.blogspot.com/

  • September 26-28 - York, Pennsylvania
    York PA Antiques Show and Sale. York Fairgrounds Convention & Expo Center. 334 Carlisle Ave. York, PA 717.718.1097, 302.542.3286

  • September 27 - Richfield, Ohio
    Western Reserve Insulator Club, Fourth Annual Oktoberfest Insulator Show, Masonic Hall, 3750 Grant Street Richfield, Ohio.

  • September 27 - Arcadia, Florida
    Arcadia Antique Show - Visit Historic Downtown Arcadia to find more antique shops in a three block area than anywhere in Florida! Visit our 4th Saturday Antique Fair. Hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM every 4th Saturday of the month! Location: 121 W Oak Street, Arcadia, FL Phone: 863-494-2500

  • September 27 - Lake City, Colorado
    Henry Woods Insulator Show, Pitkin Guard Armory Hall, Downtown Lake City, CO

  • September 27 - Harrisonburg, Virginia
    Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Early American Pattern Glass Sale details to be announced Consignment Deadline: August 13, 2014 Preview Dates/Times: September 24, 25, & 26 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET September 27 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction. Jeffrey Evans & Associates Auctions Appraisers, Brokers, Consultants & Collections Management TEL (540) 434-3939 FAX (540) 434-3399 EMAIL info@jeffreysevans.com Standard Office Hours: Mondays thru Fridays from 9 AM to 5 PM USA Eastern Time, with the exception of HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

  • September 27-28 - Edison, New Jersey
    Garden State Depression Glass Club 37th Semi-Annual Show and Sale Lakeview School 10 Oak Drive Edison, NJ 08837 609-240-3765

  • September 27-28 - Cape May, New Jersey
    The North American Sea Glass Festival 2014 will be held in Cape May, New Jersey at the Cape May Convention Hall 714 Beach Avenue Cape May, New Jersey September 27 & 28, 2014

  • September 28 - Millsboro, Delaware
    28 September 2014 (Sunday) Millsboro, Delaware - Delmarva Antique Bottle Club Show and Sale at the American Legion Post #28, 31768 Legion Road, Millsboro, Delaware 19966, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. No Early admission. Set-up: 7:00 – 9:00 am, Free Admission, Delmarva Antique Bottle Club Inc., Contact: Peter Beaman, 28947 Lewes-Georgetown Hwy., Lewes, Delaware 19958, oldngnu@comcast.net FOHBC Member Club

  • September 28 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Antiques at the Grand Luxe. 3125 Bayview Ave. 5 Blocks North of Sheppard. Antiques @ the Grand Luxe Antiques, Art, Vintage items & accessories, Silver, Paintings, Porcelains, Jewelry, etc.... by 40 dealers from across Ontario & Quebec 3125 Bayview Ave, just North of Finch. Admission $5.00. 9:30am - 4:30 pm. admission $5.00 . Heritage Antique Shows 416 - 483 -6471 www.heritageantiqueshows.com

  • September 28 - Batsto, New Jersey
    New Jersey Antique Bottle Club (NJABC) is hosting the Batsto Antique and Bottle annual Show and Sale 9am - 4pm. For information and contracts: www.newjerseyantiquebottleclub.com Show Address: In historic Batsto Village, Wharton State Forest, Batsto, NJ

  • September 28 - Depew, New York
    The Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association 16th Annual Show & Sale 9am to 2pm Show Address: Polish Falcons Hall, 445 Columbia Avenue, Depew, NY

  • September 28 - Richfield, Ohio
    44th Ohio Bottle Club Show & Sale 9am to 2pm Show Address: Days Inn and Suites (formerly Holiday Inn), 4742 Brecksville Road, Richfield, OH (Ohio Turnpike Exit 173)

  • September 30-October 2 - Baltimore, Maryland
    American Glass Expo - East Coast, Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore MD Date: September 30 - October 2, 2014 http://www.ageshowusa.com

October - 2014

  • October 2-4 - Millersburg, Ohio
    Millersburg Glass Association October 2-4, 2014 Holmes County Court House, Millersburg, OH
    millersburgglass.com - See more at: http://www.texascarnivalglass.org/news#sthash.FeLrKnJ3.dpuf

  • Ocober 3-4 - Independence, Missouri
    Heart of America Glass Collectors Kansas City
    Depression Era Glass and Pottery Show and Sale
    FRIDAY, October 3, 2014 (3:00pm - 7:00pm) SATURDAY, October 4, 2014 (9:00am - 3:00pm)
    Roger T. Sermon Community Center. Independence, MO Noland Road & Truman Road
    Admission $4.00
    Featuring Depression Glass, Elegant Glass, Cambridge, Fenton, Fostoria, Heisey, Imperial, Morgantown, Seneca, Tiffin, Fiesta, Franciscan, Hall, Metlox, and many more fantastic treasures!

  • October 3-4 - Yorkshire, England
    Saturday 3rd, Unreserved 500+ lot Auction, Sunday 4th, 120+ stalls plus cat’d auction. Doors 9am, Auction 11am. EE 8.30 AM €5, Ord Amd. €2. Show Address: Elsecar Heritage Centre, S Yorks, 1 hr Manchester Airport

  • October 3-5 - Tacoma, Washington
    Museum of Glass, Iittala Bird Lovers' Weekend Recurring event. Museum of Glass 1801 Dock Street Tacoma, Washington 98402 - 3217
    Visitors are invited to participate in a variety of Iittala bird related activities to celebrate the Museum's ongoing relationship with Iittala.

  • October 3-5 - Miami, Florida
    Ther Best Bead Show. DoubleTree Miami Mart West Hall 711 NW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126

  • October 4 - Richmond, Virginia

    Richmond Antique Bottle Club’s 43rd Antique Bottle Show and Sale 9am - 3pm, Early Adm. 7:30am, $10. Show Address: Chesterfield County Fairgrounds, 10300 Courthouse Rd., Chesterfield, VA 23832

    October 4 - Canyonville, Oregon
    2014 Jefferson State Antique Bottle, Insulator and Collectible Show and Sale. Seven Feathers Casino Resort.

  • October 4 - River Falls, Wisconsin
    NW Region Insulator Club Fall Swap Meet. Moose Lodge, 620 Clarl Street, River Falls, WI

  • October 4 - Grand Terrace, California
    Seventh Annual Double-D Insulator Tailgater Extravaganza, Wilden Park, 22069 Van Buren St., Grand Terrace, CA.

  • October 4-5 - Cloverdale / Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
    The BARN Fall Antique Show At the Cloverdale Exhibition Grounds Saturday 9 am to 5 pm & Sunday 10 am to 4 pm. The very Best Pickers & Dealers all in one stop! Adults $6.00 FREE PARKING Show information Dennis, Antiques By Design 604 316 1933 www.antiquesbydesignshows.com

  • October 5 - Chelsea, Michigan
    The Huron Valley Bottle and Insulator Club 39th Annual Show & Sale 9am -2pm Show Address: Comfort Inn Conference Center, Commerce Park Drive next to the Comfort Inn, Chelsea (Exit 159 off I-94)

  • October 5-11 - Penland, North Carolina
    Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC. "Other Possible Outcomes With Amy Lemarie," Reexaming glass beads. penland.org 888.765.2359

  • October 6-8 - Madison, Wisconsin
    GlassRoots Art Show - Madison, Wisconsin. Registration for Glassroots Art Show 2014 is underway. Please register to join our mailing list and receive information on upcoming shows. Thanks! Go to: http://madison.glassrootsartshow.com/speakers/apply/ see also https://www.facebook.com/GlassrootsArtShow

  • October 7 - New York, New York
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Gregg Merkel "Iridescent Glass." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

  • October 8-10 - Wichita, Kansas
    Air Capital Carnival Glass Club Convention / Auction, Best Western Airport Inn & Conf, Cntr. 6815 W. Kellogg, Wichita, Kansas http://www.aircapitalcarnivalglass.com/

  • October 9 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass Auditorium, Corning, NY>
    |7:00pm to 8:00pm Telescope: Dr. Marvin Bolt, curator of Science and Technology at the Corning Museum of Glass will outline key features of glass and glassworking to describe the invention and uses of the telescope in its early years.
    In 1608, the telescope's unveiling took place at a peace conference between Dutch and Spanish authorities. Which aspects of glass prevented the telescope's invention until 1608, and then enabled its quick spread? Over the past decade, Dr. Bolt and his colleagues have located over 1,000 telescopes made before 1775. Join us to see what these early telescopes and lenses look like as Dr. Bolt explores how people used them for diverse purposes.
    This lecture is free and open to the public. It 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.

  • October 9-11 - Jacksonville, Florida
    Vaseline Glass Collectors, Inc. 2014 Convention - Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Airport 14670 Duvall Rd. Jacksonville, Florida 32218 www.vaselineglass.org

  • October 9-11 - Providence, Rhode Island
    Vaseline Glass Collectors Convention Radisson Hotel Providence Airport Providence, RI www.vaselineglass.org

  • October 9-12 - Orlando, Florida
    Southern Women's Show - Orlando, Orange County Convention Center 9860 Universal Blvd. North Concourse, Hall B Orlando FL, 32819. Beads, etc.

  • October 11 - Coventry, Connecticut
    The Southern Connecticut Antique Bottle Collector Association’s 43rd Annual Show 9am to 1pm, early buyers 8am Show Address: Outside on the grounds of the historic Coventry Glass Works, 289 North River Road Coventry, CT 06238 (corn of Rt.44&N. River Rd)

  • October 11 - Greenbelt, Maryland
    Regular meeting of the Delmarva Depression Glass Club, 1000 at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 6905 Greenbelt, MD. Refreshments, guests welcome.

  • October 11-12, Marlborough, Massachusetts
    The 35th Northeast Marble Meet is October 11th and 12th 2014. The Marriott Courtyard, Marlborough Massachusetts. The Meet consists of a Marble Auction and a Marble Show, as well as room-hopping throughout the weekend.
    On Saturday, October 11, there will be an auction of 200 lots of handmade, machine made and contemporary marbles, and related marble items. The format of the auction is still being determined. A super opportunity to pick up some great marbles at good prices. For more information on how to participate or consign, visit the link Marble Auction.
    The Marble Show is held on Sunday, October 12. There are 36 exhibitor tables that will be filled by artists and dealers. There is always a wide selection of high-quality handmade and machine made marbles, contemporary marbles (including some artists selling their own work), and marble related items.

  • October 11-12 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    Southwestern PA Glass, Pottery and China Show and Sale. Washington County Fairgrounds, Buildng 2, Washington, PA
    Saturday 10:00AM - 5:00PM, Sunday 11:00AM - 3:00PM. Special Exhibits: West Virgina Museum of American Glass, Old Morgantown Glass, Duncan & Miller Glass. leasure@earthlink.net

  • Octobwr 11-12 - Deerfield, Massachusetts
    The 2014 ADA Historic Deerfield Antiques Show, Deerfield, Academy, Deerfield, MA - www.adadealers.com 203.364.9913

  • October 12 - Keene, New Hampshire
    Yankee Bottle Club’s 47th Annual Show & Sale 9am - 2:30pm, early buyers at 8am. Show Address: Keene High School, Arch Street, Keene, NH

  • October 13 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Heritage Antique Marke at Ceterpoint Mall. 6464 Yonge St. at Steeles. Monday, Thanksgiving Day. Open 10am-5pm. 60 Selected Antique dealers from across Ontario & Quebec featuring 19th & 20th Century decorative arts, silver, periode & decorative furniture, antique jewelry, paintings, china, collectibles and more. Free admission and parking.416-483-6471 or 1-866-285-5515. www.heritageantiqueshows.com

  • October 15 - Mechanicsville, Maryland
    Amelung Glass Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd, Program: 11:00AM, GLASS BEADS by Kathy Cohen. Hostess: Joyce Stohlman

  • October 16-19 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The 15th Annual GLASS NOW Weekend and Auction. Auction Gala on Saturday, October 18. National Liberty Museum, 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA libertymuseum.org

  • October 17-18 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass Annual Seminar. LALIQUE!. Background:
    The Corning Museum of Glass has received an important collection of approximately 400 objects by the famous luxury glassmaker René Lalique (French, 1860–1945), from Maryland collectors Stanford and Elaine Steppa. Combined with the Museum’s existing holdings of glass objects and wax and plaster models by Lalique, the Glenn and Mary Lou Utt Archive related to Lalique designs for the fragrance industry, the drawings and photographs housed in the Rakow Research Library, the gift of the Steppa Collection makes the Museum a preeminent international repository for the study of Lalique glass. The Museum will showcase its Lalique collection in a major exhibition to be held in 2014.
    The Steppa Collection encompasses a wide range of Lalique’s best-known works including perfume bottles and pressed-glass vases, as well as ashtrays, boxes, clocks, car mascots, lamps, statuettes, inkwells and blotters, and tableware dating primarily to the years between 1912 and 1936. It joins the Museum’s current holdings of 200 objects by Lalique, as well as more than 2,000 photographs and design drawings in the Museum’s public-access Rakow Research Library.
    “This gift significantly broadens our Lalique collection, providing a fantastic overview of the wide range of luxury objects that Lalique’s factory produced during his lifetime,” says curator of modern glass Tina Oldknow. “We look forward to showcasing the full breadth of Lalique’s artistic output in our 2014 exhibition.”
    A highlight of the donated collection is the heavy cire perdue vase called Martins-Pecheurs sur fond de roseaux (Kingfishers on a background of reeds), created in 1930. Cire perdue, or lost wax, is a technique commonly used for casting bronze, and it was mastered by Lalique for creating glass objects. The Museum’s collection contains several original wax molds from the Lalique glassworks, which would have been used to create other unique cire perdue glass vessels, including a mold with the same kingfisher design as the Steppa vase. Other significant objects include the remarkable clock, Le Jour et la nuit (Day and night), and the iconic Art Deco statuette of a dancer.
    Lalique embraced the idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk, or total work of art. This concept was reflected in most Art Nouveau interiors, where a single motif or theme might be present on all of the furnishings of a room. Lalique began his career as an innovative Art Nouveau jeweler who incorporated glass into many of his bijouterie creations. The flacons that Lalique designed for well-known parfumiers, such as François Coty, helped to elevate the status of perfume, and propelled French perfume into international luxury markets. cmog.org

  • October 17-November 23 - Riihimäki, Finland
    Pâte de verre: Tii Heilimo
    Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • October 17 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Commemoratives in Any Medium minnesota@glassclub.org

  • October 18 - Horsham, Pennsylvania
    October 18, 2014: Deleware Valley Paperweight Collectors Assn. Fall elections meeting at Williamson’s Restaurant in Horsham, PA. Guest dealer is Ben Drabeck.

  • October 18-19 - Totonto, Ontario
    FUSION Pottery and Glass Show Wychwood Barns 601 Christie Street, Toronto, ON, M6G 4C7 www.wychwoodbarnscommunity.ca
    NO ADMISSION FEE2014 SHOW HOURS October 18 – October 19, 2014 Friday, October 17: set up: 4:30 pm – 9 pm Saturday, October 18: 8 am – 5 pm Sunday, October 19: 11 am – 5 pm Sunday, October 19: take down: 5 – 7 pm

  • October 18-19 - Wichita, Kansas
    Wichita Glass Gazers Depression Era Glass Show & Sale Cessna Activity Center Wichita, KS Contact: aglassgazer@netscape.net 316-524-1553

  • Oct 18-19 - Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
    17th Annual Port Perry Antique & Nostalgia Show & Sale.160 Rosa St. Hours 10:00 am - 4:30 pm both days Antique jewelly, glass, furniture, primitives, silver, china, retro, shabby chic, nostalgia, & paper. 40 dealers. Admission $4.00 Contact Robin McMullen 705 786 74888

  • October 18-19 - Jacksonville, Florida
    41st Annual Antique Glass & Depression Glass Show & Sale Fraternal Order of Police Building 5530 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 904-268-5550 http://www.depressionglassclubjax.com

  • October 18-19 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    Milwaukee 38th Annual Depression Era Glass Show & Sale Depression, Elegant, Kitchen Glass & American Dinnerware Wiseguys Banquet & Entertainment Center 3200 S. 103rd Street Milwaukee, WI 262-376-9874

  • October 18 - Richmond, Rhode Island
    Little Rhody Bottle Club Tailgate Swap Meet 9am to 3pm. Free set up for members and nonmembers. Free coffee, donuts and pizza for participants. Bring your own tables! Show Address: Jules Antique Center, 30 Kingstown, Richmond, Rhode Island (3 miles east of route #95 on Route #138)

  • October 19 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    Retro Design & Antiques Fair - Croatian Cultural Centre, 3250 Commercial Drive at 16th Ave., 175 vendors. Fun Sunday show, with a great selection to suit every taste & budget! General Admission 10am-3pm $5 / Early-Birds 7am-10am $20 / Free Parking / Snack Bar. 21st Century Promotions 604 980 3159 www.21cpromotions.com/antiques_fair/index.html

  • October 19 - Weston, West Virginia
    West Virginia Museum of Glass - Kelsey Murphy, Cameo Magician, Birthday Charity Bash. Begins at 2:00 p.m. Fee charged.

  • October 19 - Madison, Wisconsin
    Badger Marble Show. Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, Madison WI, 608-244-2481.

  • October 19 - Scriba, New York
    The Empire State Bottle Collectors Association’s 16th Annual Show & Sale 9am to 3pm Show Address: Scriba Fire Hall, U.S. Route 104 East, Scriba (2 miles East of Oswego)

  • October 21 - Harrisonburg, Virginia
    TUESDAY October 21, 2014 Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Late 19th & 20th Century Ceramics
    Featuring part two of the Shelley china collection assembled by the late Lillian "Lil" Marchant of Cape Cod, MA plus the 2nd Annual Teapot Extravaganza including over 200 Novelty Teapots, the second half of the New York-area private collection, as well as Aesthetic-period; Art Nouveau; Art Deco; Art Moderne; Modern and Contemporary Ceramics.
    Additional details forthcoming. Consignment Deadline: September 5, 2014 Preview Dates/Times: October 18, 19, & 20 (SAT-SUN-MON) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET October 21 (TUE) from 8 AM ET until end of auction *Monthly Appraisal Day: As of now, there is no scheduled Appraisal Day for the month of October 2014.
    Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc. VAR #555 / VAF #782 Tel: 540.434.3939 Fax: 540.434.3399 Email: Click to email us Gallery Location & Shipping Address: 2177 Green Valley Lane Mt. Crawford, VA 22841 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2638 Harrisonburg, VA 22801

  • October 21-24 - Düsseldorf, Germany
    GLASTECH - Discover The World of Glass. Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre
    Glasstec is the meeting point for the world of glass, not only the world‘s largest trade fair for the glass industry and its suppliers but also the most international event.
    Messe Düsseldorf GmbH Stockumer Kirchstraße 61 D-40474 Düsseldorf
    For GPS: D-40474 Düsseldorf, Am Staad

  • October 23 - Corning, New York
    The Corning Museum of Glass, Artists-in-Residence Lecture: Matthew Szösz and Anthony Cioe, The Studio
    12:00pm to 1:00pm, Artists-in-Residence Lecture: Matthew Szosz and Anthony Cioe Hear the October Artists-in-Residence, Matthew Szösz and Anthony Cioe, discuss their work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture.
    At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.
    Matthew Szösz approaches materials with an innate impulse to alter, build, and investigate. As an artist using glass as his primary medium, he creates performance-based experiments, and the resulting works have been unexpected and boundary-pushing.
    Anthony Cioe’s works portray both a foundation in the traditions of Venetian glassblowing and the ideals of contemporary design. Cioe has apprenticed in Murano with Davide Salvadore, and held a residency at Kohler Arts/Industry working in pottery.

  • October 23-25 - Hagerstown, Maryland
    Mid-Atlantic Carnival Glass Jubilee Convention / Auction, Ramada Plaza Hotel, Hagerstown, MD Email: glassconnie@comcast.net Tom Burns Auction

  • October 23-26 - Boston, Massachusetts
    Ellis Boston, Antiques - Art - Design. Ellis Memorial. At the Cyclorama, 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA (South End) 617.633.0405 elisboston.com

  • October 24 - Washington
    SAVE THE DATE 36TH ANNUAL AUCTION GALA, OCTOBER 24, 2014 PILCHUCK GLASS SCHOOL AUCTION TOUR, OCTOBER 22-25, 2014

  • October 24-25 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    23rd Annual Glass Gathering: A Regional Glass History Conference To be held in Pittsburgh at the Heinz History Center.October 24-25. Please contact MAG to confirm events or ask questions. 304-269-5006 or glassmuse12@gmail.com

  • October 24-25 - Hagerstown, Maryland
    Mid-Atlantic Carnival Glass Jubilee Convention / Auction, Ramada Plaza Hotel, Hagerstown, MD Email: glassconnie@comcast.net

  • October 25 - Arcadia, Florida
    (8:00 AM - 3:00 PM) Arcadia Antique Show - Visit Historic Downtown Arcadia to find more antique shops in a three block area than anywhere in Florida! Visit our 4th Saturday Antique Fair. Hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM every 4th Saturday of the month! Location: 121 W Oak Street, Arcadia, FL Phone: 863-494-2500

  • October 25 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Third Annual Pumpkin Fest

  • October 25 - London, England
    GLASS + Material Ambition. Just Glass Biennial Seminar 25 October 2014 Conway Hall, London WC1R 4RL. On 25 October 2014, Just Glass will once again be holding its biennial seminar, dedicated to developing the skills and profile of British Studio Glass. As in previous years, glass-makers, collectors, students and indeed anyone with an interest in the creation of studio glass is invited to join Just Glass to hear some of the country’s most innovative glass artists share their skills and experiences of breaking boundaries by combining glass with a range of other materials. Hear Sarah Blood talk about her use of inert gases with glass and mixed media to create her work, and Kirsty Brooks explain digital manipulation and application of images to her architectural glass. Anna Dickinson will talk about how she incorporates metal with glass, exploring the use of cast and blown pieces, while Shirley Eccles will reveal her approach to using found objects in wood, metal or stone with glass. Making works that explore the power of myth, Emma Woffenden will discuss how she uses a variety of materials combined with glass to create challenging sculptures and installations. All these artists share a strong drive to explore and to respond to their environment and true material ambition.

  • October 25 - Mansfield, Massachusetts
    Paperweights: NEPCA Fall Meeting at the Holiday Inn in Mansfield, MA. Guest Rooms are $129 if reserved before October 10. Guest dealer is Ben Drabeck, and speakers are Ed Poore and Colin Richardson.

    October 26 - Findlay, Ohio
    Findlay Antique Bottle Club’s 38th Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale 9am to 2pm, early bird Sunday, 7am - $10. Website: http://finbotclub.blogspot.com The Findlay Senior Center Reception Hall, 339 E. Melrose Ave., (corner of Melrose and Blanchard), Findlay, OH

  • Octobr 26 - Matteson, Illinois
    26 October 2014 (Sunday) Matteson, Illinois – 45th Annual 1st Chicago Bottle Club Show & Sale at the Matteson Holiday Inn, 500 Holiday Plaza Drive, Matteson Illinois 60443, Sunday 9:00 am -2:00 pm, No early admission, Dealer set-up 7:15 am to 9:00 am, Cost of admission: $3, 1st Chicago Bottle Club, 1stchicagobottleclub.com FOHBC Member Club

  • October 26 - Salina, Kansas
    Smoky Hill Marble Collectors Show. Quality Inn E Suites, Salina KS, 785-825-2111. 785-472-3256

  • October 27-30 - Corning, New York
    Road Scholars Glassmaking Course at The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. October 27 - 30, 2014.
    coloring glass: 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.

  • October 26 - Findlay, Ohio
    New Location! Findlay Antique Bottle Club’s 38th Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale 9am to 2pm, early bird Sunday, 7am - $10. Website: http://finbotclub.blogspot.com Show Address: The Findlay Senior Center Reception Hall, 339 E. Melrose Ave., (corner of Melrose and Blanchard), Findlay, OH

  • October 28-31 - Düsseldorf, Germany
    Glasstec 2014 Tuesday 28 October to Friday 31 October 2014 To be confirmed Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, Düsseldorf, Germany.
    Glasstec is not only the world‘s largest trade fair for the glass industry and its suppliers. It is a best platform for presenting product innovations, forward-looking processing techniques and new glass applications to trade visitors from around the globe. http://www.zapaday.com/event/64920/1/Glasstec.html

  • October 30 - Nov 1 - Lansing, Michigan
    Great Lakes Carnival Glass Club Convention / Auction, Ramada Inn 7501 W Saginaw Hwy, Lansing, MI 48917 (515) 627-3211 Code Carnival Glass

  • October 31-November 2 - Springfield, Ohio
    Forty-fourth Springfield Mid-Ohio Show & Sale. Clark County Fairgrounds, Springfield, OH. www.insulators.info/shows/springfield/

  • October 31-November 1 - West York, Pennsylvania
    The Greater YORK ANTIQUES SHOW. York Expo Center Memorial Hall East - 334 Carlisle Avenue, Rt. 462, West York, PA 17404. 856.686.9000

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

  • November 1 - Washington, Pennsylvania
    National Duncan Glass Society Antiques & Collectibles Sale Four-H Building Washington County Fairgrounds Washington, PA 724-678-6627

  • November 1 - Weston, West Virginia
    West Virginia Museum of Glass - StudioMAG Workshop: Youth Make a Glass Christmas Ornament. Begins at 11:00 a.m. Free admission

  • November 1 - Weston, West Virginia
    West Virginia Museum of Glass - Annual Artists for Art Charity Auction. Begins at 2:00 p.m. Free admission.

  • November 1-2 - Dearborn, Michigan
    The Michigan Depression Glass Society 41st Annual All Depression and Era Glass Show & Sale Ford Community and Performing Arts Center 15801 Michigan Avenue (at Greenfield Road) Dearborn, MI
    This show features ONLY American-made glassware from the early 20th Century. No pottery, no China, just row after row of beautiful glass from top dealers coming from all across the country. Let's hope it doesn't snow! Show hours are Saturday: 10:00am to 5:00pm; Sunday: 10:00am to 4:00pm.

  • November 1-2 - O'Fallon, Missouri
    St. Louis Antique American Glass & Pottery Show/Sale O'Fallon MO Elks Club Lodge #2587 1163 Tom Ginnever O'Fallon, MO 63366 636-257-0567

  • November 1-2 - St. Charles, Missouri
    St. Louis Depression Glass & Pottery Show & Sale Heart of St. Charles 1410 South 5th Street St. Charles, MO

  • November 2 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    02 November 2014 (Sunday) Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Wisconsin Antique Advertising Club presents Antiques Under Glass at the Mitchell Park Domes, Over 150 unique vendors selling an array of antique bottles and one of a kind advertising collectibles. $40 a table for non-members, Club members $30. Dealer set-up: 6:00 am – 9:00 am. Show starts at 9:00 am. FOHBC Member Club

  • November 2 - Elkton, Maryland
    42nd ANNUAL ANTIQUE BOTTLE & COLLECTIBLES SHOW AND SALE
    TABLE TOP ANTIQUES - ADVERTISING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2014 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    SINGERLY FIRE HALL Routes 279 & 213 (I-95, exit 109A) ELKTON, MD 21922
    ADMISSION - $3.00 Children Under 12 FREE dbrown3942@comcast.net

  • November 3-6 - Columbus, Ohio
    75th GPC - The glass industry’s trusted conference for 75 years
    Hosted November 3-6, 2014 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the 75th Conference on Glass Problems is the largest glass manufacturing conference in North America, attracting glass manufacturers and suppliers worldwide to exchange innovations and solutions. The conference provides 35 hours of technical education through expert lectures, panel discussions, and focused courses on topics, including glass melting, refractories, process control, emissions, and raw materials. The conference also provides significant exhibition and networking opportunities. Reserve an Exhibit Booth, a Hospitality Booth, or a Hospitality Salon to participate. Last year, exhibition and hospitality spaces sold out well in advance of the conference. Space is filling up quickly, so don’t delay.
    75th GPC is presented by the Glass Manufacturing Industry Council and Alfred University, and it's endorsed by The American Ceramic Society. Glass Worldwide is the official journal. GMIC | 600 N. Cleveland Avenue, Suite 210, Westerville, Ohio 43082 USA | 614-523-3033. http://glassproblemsconference.org/

  • November 4 - New York, New York
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Dr. Karol Wright, Executive Director of the Corning Museum of Glass, "First Impressions: The Mold-Blown Glass of Ancient Rome." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

  • November 6-9 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    The 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, a juried exhibition and retail sale, will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center from November 6 to 9, 2014, with a Preview Party on November 5. The jury will accept 195 craft artists.
    LOCATION Pennsylvania Convention Center 12th & Arch Streets Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Categories:
    Basketry, ceramics, fiber, furniture (includes all media), GLASS, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, handmade paper, wearables and wood.

  • November 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

  • November 6-10 - Dallas, Texas
    Dallas International Art, Antique and Jewelry Show, Dallas Market Hall, North Hall, 2100 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX

  • November 7-8 - Tulare, California
    Forthy-seventh Annual Tulare Collectible Show and Sale. Tulare Veterans Building, 1771 East Tulare Avenue, Tulare, CA 93274. Hosted by the Golden State Insulator Club.

  • November 7-9 - Wilmington, Delaware
    Fifty-first Annual Delaware Antiques Show. Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, DE 800.448.3883 winterthur.org/daS

  • November 7-9 - Chicago, Illinois
    SOFA Art & Design, Chicago. Navy Pier. Opening night preview November 6. sofaexpo.com

    November 7-9 - Rock Island, Illinois
    Quad Cities Antique Spectacular QCCA Expo Center 2621 4th Ave. Rock Island, ILL Melting Pot Productions, 712-326-9964 www.antiquespectacular.com

  • November 8 - Belleville, Illinois
    Eastside Antique Bottle, Jar & Brewery Collectibles 8th Annual Show & Sale 9am to 3pm, early buyers 7am Show Address: Belleclair Fairgrounds, 200 S. Belt East, Belleville, IL (15 minutes from St. Louis)

  • November 8 - Decatur, Illinois
    November 8, 2014. Pride of the Prairie Fall Marble Show. Country Inn and Suites, Decatur IL

  • November 8 - Greenbelt, Maryland
    Regular meeting of the Delmarva Depression Glass Club, 1000 at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 6905 Greenbelt, MD. Refreshments, guests welcome.

  • November 8 - Jacksonville, Florida
    Antique Bottle Collectors of North Florida 47th Annual Show & Sale Show Address: Fraternal Order of Police Bldg, 5530 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL

  • November 8-9 - Tiffin, Ohio
    Northwest Ohio Glass Association 2nd Annual Artistry in American Glass Show Calvert Elementary School Activity Center 54 Melmore St. Tiffin, OH 44883 http://www.nwoga.org tmaiberger54@yahoo.com

  • November 8-9 - Red Hook, New York
    Hudson Valley Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Red Hook Fire House Firehouse Lane Red Hook, NY

  • November 9 - York, Pennsylvania
    NEW SHOW! Announcing a New Bottle Show! 8am to 3pm Show Address: At the famous York, Pennsylvania Fairgrounds, inside the main building, 334 Carlisle Avenue, York, PA Contact Info BILL THOMAS ph: 443-617-1760holpromo@yahoo.com

  • November 9 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    The Pittsburgh Antique Bottle Club’s Annual Show & Sale 9am to 2pm, early buyers 7am website: www.pittsburghantiquebottleclub.com Show Address: Ice Garden, Rostraver Twp. (Exit 46B off I-70 to Rt. 51 North)

  • November 9 - Oakland, New Jersey
    North Jersey Antique Bottle Collectors Assn. 45th Annual Show & Sale 9am to 2pm, early buyers 8am Oakland Elks Club, 33 Ramapo Valley Road, Oakland, NJ

  • November 10-13 - Corning, New York
    Road Scholars Glassmaking Course at The Studio, Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. November 10 - 13, 2014
    Road Scholars Glassmaking Course at The Studio 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. Register at www.roadscholar.org or call 877.426.8056 (course #2388). For more information, contact Jenny Monroe at Watson Homestead, 607.962.0541 or watsonjenny@stny.rr.com.

  • November 12 - Olney, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: 11:00AM, NORTHWOOD or CRUETS by Ellen Johnson. Hostess: Ora Theard. Co-hostess Ollin Segarra

  • November 13 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museu of Glass, Corning, NY. Meet the 2014 Rakow Commission Artist: Amber Cowan Auditorium
    November 13, 2014 7:00pm to 8:00pm Philadelphia-based 2014 Rakow Commission artist Amber Cowan will give a lecture prior to the unveiling of the work. There will be a post-lecture reception with coffee and cookies beginning at 8:15 pm. Both events are free and open to everyone.
    In her sculptures, Cowan flameworks, fuses, and hot-sculpts recycled, upcycled, and second-life glass–usually American pressed glass dating from the 1940s to the 1980s–to create contemporary forms that preserve the memory of the earlier objects. Read more about her work.
    The Rakow Commission is awarded annually to up-and-coming and established artists whose work is not yet represented in the Museum's collection.
    Museum Members at the Donor level and above ($125+) are invited to come early for a private reception at 6:15 pm. Please RSVP to 607.438.5600 or membership@cmog.org by November 10.
    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.

  • November 14-15 - Kansas City, Missouri
    Kansas City Antiques Expo KCI Expo Center / Holiday Inn KCI Airport 11730 NW Ambassador Dr. Kansas City, Missouri For information, 816-820-6993

  • November 14-15 Allendale, New Jersey
    North Jersey Depression Glass Club Show & Sale Guardian Angel Church 320 Franklin Tpke Allendale, NJ 973-267-7511

  • November 15 - Silver Spring, Maryland
    Regular Meeting of the Sandwich Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Subject will be Whitefrairs Glass. For information email webmaster@glassclub.org

  • November 15 - Royal Oak, Michigan
    The Metropolitan Detroit Antique Bottle Club’s 32nd Annual Antique Bottle Show 9:30am - 3pm Show Address: Royal Oak Elks Lodge, 2401 E. Fourth St., Royal Oak

  • November 15 - Harrisonburg, Virginia
    Beginning at 9:30 AM ET Americana & Fine Antiques Sale details to be announced Consignment Deadline: October 2, 2014 Preview Dates/Times: November 13*, 14, & 15 (WED-THU-FRI) from 10 AM to 6 PM ET November 16 (SAT) from 8 AM ET until end of auction. Jeffrey Evans & Associates Auctions Appraisers, Brokers, Consultants & Collections Management TEL (540) 434-3939 FAX (540) 434-3399 EMAIL info@jeffreysevans.com Standard Office Hours: Mondays thru Fridays from 9 AM to 5 PM USA Eastern Time, with the exception of HOLIDAY CLOSINGS

  • November 15-16 - Oakville, Ontario
    Oakville Vintage & Antique Show November 15 – 16, 2014 St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre Oakville, Ontario

  • November 15-16 - Conway, Arkansas
    Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show Hours: April 12 - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM April 13 - 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Admission: $5 for Adults, $1 for Children 12 & Under
    FREE PARKING Location: Conway Expo Center Faulkner County Fairgrounds 2505 E. Oak Street Conway, AR 72032 Location: Conway Expo Center

  • November 15-16 - Tulsa, Oklahoma
    21st Annual Tulsa Oklahoma Glass and Pottery Show and Sale Tulsa Event Center 2625 South Memorial Drive Tulsa, OK 918-747-4164 or 918-645-3952 haveglass@aol.com

  • November 15-December 30 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Special Exhibit: Dolls of Yesteryear - Antique Dolls & Glass Toys. Museum, 508-888-0251
    READ MORE: http://www.sandwichglassmuseum.org/

  • November 15-December 30 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    5th Annual Glassblowers? Christmas 2014-11-15 to 2014-12-30 November 15 thru December 30 - 5th Annual Glassblowers Christmas - Unique glass ornaments designed by the finest local and national glass artists adorn Christmas Trees in the Contemporary Gallery. Sandwich Glass Museum, 508-888-0251. READ MORE: http://www.sandwichglassmuseum.org/

  • November 20 - Corning, New York
    The Corning Museum of Glass. Studio Faculty Presentations Artists-in-Residence Lecture: Jong Pil Pyun, November 20, 2014 12:00pm to 1:00pm Hear the November Artist-in-Residence, Jong Pil Pyun, discuss his work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture. At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.
    Jong-Pil Pyun is a young artist who explores sculptural possibilities in glass. He received his B.F.A. degree from Hanyang University and his M.F.A. degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. He works as a representative of the Sung-Jin glass Company in Korea.

  • November 21 - Del Mar, California
    Friday, November 21, 2014 - Del Mar Antique Show
    NOVEMBER 2014 DEL MAR ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE - Del Mar Fairgrounds - The largest and finest antiques show in California will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 21 - 23, 2014 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Don't miss this opportunity to shop among the nations most renowned exhibitors featuring antiques from around the world. Antiques create rich and elegant interiors and the Del Mar Antiques Show features the finest antique furniture for every room of your home.
    Fine art glass from Italy, crystal from Europe, sterling from Tiffany, lighting from Art Deco to Modern, and art from the early masters to the 60s will dazzle your senses. Looking to accessorize yourself? Then you won't want to miss the vintage clothing and fabulous jewelry sterling to diamonds, watches to rings the Del Mar Antiques Show has it all! Plus, the show features an appraisal booth staffed by experts to help you identify your treasures for just $5 per item. Jewelry, fine glass, fine rug, crystal and pottery repair is also available. - See more at: http://calendarshows.com/index.cfm/future-events/#sthash.V1cdx5VX.dpuf

  • November 21 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. About Stained Glass Windows. minnesota@glassclub.org

  • November 21-22 - Orlando/Maitland, Florida
    The Bead Mercantile Show. Maitland Civic Center 641 S Maitland Ave Maitland, FL 32751

  • November 21-23 - Des Moines, Indiana
    Antique Spectacular Show, Des Moines Antique Spectacular Show is a leading and largest vintage, antiques & collectible trade show. It will attract many visitors & exhibitors of focus on furniture, fine art, glassware, porcelain, silver, oriental rugs, and other fine items.Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, Indiana, 21-23 Nov 2014

  • November 22 - Arcadia, Florida
    Arcadia Antique Show - Visit Historic Downtown Arcadia to find more antique shops in a three block area than anywhere in Florida! Visit our 4th Saturday Antique Fair. Hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM every 4th Saturday of the month! Location: 121 W Oak Street, Arcadia, FL Phone: 863-494-2500

  • November 22-23 - Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
    Cobb+Co Museum. Glass Bead Art Workshops Cost: $335
    27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia

  • November 23 - Albertson, New York
    Big Apple Depression Glass Show & Sale
    Albertson V.F.W. Hall 155 Searingtown Road Albertson NY

  • November 23 - Glass From Throughout the Ages - The National Glass Fair is Britain’s leading antique and collectable glass fair. Exhibitors offer a wide choice of glassware, from 18th century drinking glasses through to contemporary studio glass. Next Fair 23rd November 2014, Entry: 10:30am - 4:00pm
    National Motorcycle Museum Coventry Road Bickenhill Solihull West Midlands England B92 0EJ (or B92 0ED)

  • November 28-December 31 - Riihimäki, Finland
    "Lintu sininen" –Christmas Ornaments
    Finnish Glass Museum, Tehtaankatu 23, Riihimäki, Finland FI-11910 RIIHIMÄKI tel. +358 (0)19 758 4108 fax +358 (0)19 758 4110 glass.museum@riihimaki.fi

  • November 29 - Longueuil, Quebec, Canada
    South Shore Antique Show across the bridge from Montreal Place Desaulniers¸ 1023 Taswchereau Longueuil,Quebec J4K 2X5 Adm:$6 8am-3pm Info:450-458-7347/450-672-6188

  • November 30 - Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
    Forks of the Delaware Bottle Collectors Association 41st Annual Show & Sale 9am to 2pm, early buyers 7:30am Show Address: Bethlehem Catholic High School, 2133 Madison Ave., (corner of Madison & Dewberry Avenues), Bethlehem, PA

December - 2014

  • December 2 - New York, New York
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Gay Taylor "New Jersey Glass." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

  • December 6 - Weston, West Virginia
    West Virginia Museum of Glass - StudioMAG Workshop: Youth Make a Glass Christmas Ornament. Begins at 11:00 a.m. Free admission.

  • December 6 - Weston, West Virginia
    StudioMAG Workshop: Memory Vessels – Glass Mosaic and More with Robert Henry Baber. $16.00 ($14.00 for members)

  • December 6 - Roseville, California
    06 December 2014 (Saturday) Roseville, California - 49er Historical Bottle Associations 37th Annual “Best of the West” Historic Bottle & Glass Show at the Placer County Fairgrounds, 800 All America City Boulevard, Roseville, California, Saturday, December 6th, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Free Admission, $10 Earlybird Admission on Friday, Set-up Friday, December 5th, noon – 6:00 pm, Sunday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, FOHBC Member Club

  • December 6 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glassd Museum, Sandwich, MA - Christmas "Holly Days" Open House at the Museum, mystery discount, refreshments, fun for the family. 508-888-0251. READ MORE: http://www.sandwichglassmuseum.org/

  • December 7 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Holly Days Open House at the Museum.

  • December 7 - Enfield, Connecticut
    Yankee Polecat Insulator Club’s 2nd Annual “Beat the Snow” Antique Insulator, Bottle & Coll. Show 8am - 2pm. Insulators, Bottles, Railroadiana, Telephone & Telegraph Collectibles, Lightning Rod Equipment. Free admission. American Legion Hall, 56 Enfield Street (US Route 5), Enfield, CT (Exit 49 off I-91)

  • December 7 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Antiques at the Grand Luxe. 3125 Bayview Ave. 5 Blocks North of Sheppard. Antiques @ the Grand Luxe Antiques, Art, Vintage items & accessories, Silver, Paintings, Porcelains, Jewelry, etc.... by 40 dealers from across Ontario & Quebec 3125 Bayview Ave, just North of Finch. Admission $5.00. 9:30am - 4:30 pm. admission $5.00 . Heritage Antique Shows 416 - 483 -6471 www.heritageantiqueshows.com

  • December 10 - Bethesda, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: 11:00AM, NORTHWOOD or CRUETS by Ellen Johnson. Hostess: Ora Theard. Co-hostess Ollin Segarra

  • December 11 - Corning, New York
    Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Meet the Architect: Thomas Phifer Auditorium
    December 11, 2014 6:00pm to 7:00pm Architect, Thomas Phifer speaks about his design of the North Wing Expansion and his vision for housing the Museum's contempory collection.
    Phifer approaches modernism from a humanistic standpoint, connecting the built environment to the natural world with a heightened sense of openness and community spirit that is based on a collaborative, interdisciplinary process.
    Museum Members at the Donor level and above ($125+) are invited to a 5:15 pm reception prior to the 6:00 pm lecture. Please RSVP for both events to membership@cmog.org or 607.438.5600 by December 4.
    This lecture is part of the Behind the Glass lecture series, which takes place the second Thursday of the month. These events included 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.
    Thomas Phifer approaches modernism from a humanistic standpoint, connecting the built environment to the natural world with a heightened sense of openness and community spirit that is based on a collaborative, interdisciplinary process.

  • December 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

  • December 18 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, Sandwich, MA. Members' Christmas Meeting: 5PM. Reception for members, guests and exhibiting artists: 5:30PM

  • December 19 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Guest Speaker - Mark Moran, Appraiser of antiques and collectables. minnesota@glassclub.org

  • December 27 - Arcadia, Florida
    Arcadia Antique Show - Visit Historic Downtown Arcadia to find more antique shops in a three block area than anywhere in Florida! Visit our 4th Saturday Antique Fair. Hours are from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM every 4th Saturday of the month! Location: 121 W Oak Street, Arcadia, FL Phone: 863-494-2500

  • December 31 - Sandwich, Massachusetts
    Sandwich Glass Museum, First Night in Sandwich. Sandwich Glass Museum, 129 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 508.888.0251

January - 2015

  • Through January 4, 2015 - Millville, New Jersey
    WheatonArts 1501 Glasstown Rd Millville, NJ 08332 800-998-4552 www.wheatonarts.org Durand: Made in New Jersey Only in operation from 1924 through 1931, the “fancy shop” at the Vineland Flint Glass Works in Vineland, NJ made an impact on the American glass world with their Durand Art Glass line. Drawing from the same decorative Art Nouveau trends as Tiffany and Quezal, Durand Art Glass had its own style, earning them a gold medal at the Sesquicentennial International Exhibition in 1926.
    To celebrate the creativity and craftsmanship of this home grown company during New Jersey’s 350th anniversary, WheatonArts and Cultural Center is exhibiting over 50 pieces of Durand Art Glass in “Durand: Made In New Jersey,” in the Museum of American Glass.

  • January 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

  • January 14 - Olney, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: Field Trip - Ora's Shop, Lunch.

  • January 17 - Maitland, Florida
    Central Insulator Collectors/Antique Telephone Collectors Association Show and Sale. Maitland Civic Center, Maitland, FL

  • January 17 - Bethesda, Maryland
    Regular meeting of the Sandwich Glass Club, Chapter of the National American Glass Clib, Ltd.. Subject: On Photographing Glass. For information, email webmaster@glassclub.org

  • January 17-18 - Cartersville, Georgia
    Cartersville Looking Glass Show & Sale Cartersville Civic Center 435 W. Main St. Cartersville, GA 30120 972-672-6213 http://www.meyershows.com myerlookingglass@hotmail.com

  • January 17-18 - Conway, Arkansas
    Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show Conway Expo Center 2502 East Oak Street Conway, AR www.antiquealleyarkansas.com

  • January 23-February 1 - New York, New York
    Winter Antiques Show. Park Avenue Amory, 67th St & Park Avenue, New York, NY. Opening Night Party, Jan. 22. 2015

  • January 24-25 - Sanford, Florida
    Sanlando Depression Glass Show & Sale Sanford Civic Center 401 E. Seminole Blvd. Sanford, FL 32771 803-684-5685 http://www.sanlandoshow.com contact@sanlandoshow.com

  • January 24-25 - Hillsboro, Oregon
    Portland's "Rain of Glass" 34th Annual Glass, Antiques & Collectibles Show and Sale Washington County Fairgrounds 873 NE 34th @ Cornell Hillsboro, OR www.rainofglass.com

  • January 31-February 1 - Pompano Beach, Florida
    South Florida Depression Glass Club's 40th Annual Show - Emma Lou Olsen Civic Center, 1802 NE 16th Street, Pompano Beach FL 33060
February - 2015

  • February 1 - Manville, New Jersey
    01 February 2015 (Sunday) Manville, New Jersey – 19th Annual New Jersey Antique Bottle Club 2015 Show and Sale at the Manville VFW, 600 Washington Avenue, Manville, New Jersey 08835, Sunday, February 1st, 2015 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, No Early Admission, Set-up at 7:00 am, Cost of admission: $3. New Jersey Antique Bottle Club, www.newjerseyantiquebottleclub.com, FOHBC Member Club

  • February 3 - New York, New York
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Suzanne Perrault "The Modern Glass Movement." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

  • February 3-8 - Tucson, Arizona
    The Tucson Bead Show Windmill Inn | February 3 - 8, 2015 • Tuesday - Sunday Over 50,000 ft2 of exhibit and workshop space, bringing the total show exhibits to 300. Windmill Inn at St. Philip’s Plaza is a Tucson landmark with tile art, fountains, rose gardens, and eucalyptus trees. It is located next to St. Philip’s Church, an architectural masterpiece –with twelve-foot arched windows that open to the desert and Santa Catalina Mountains. In the adjacent St. Philip’s Plaza, Spanish mission-style buildings and gardens offer galleries, boutiques, restaurants, farmer’s markets, weddings, and jazz concerts. This elegant setting provides attendees with parking and frequent shuttle service. The Windmill Inn, 4250 North Campbell Avenue, Tucson, AZ.

  • February 6–8 - Des Moines, Iowa
    Des Moines Antique Spectacular Iowa State Fair: Animal Learning Center East 33rd & University Des Moines, IA

  • February 6-9 - Naples, Florida
    Naples Art, Antiques and Jewellry Show. Show Hours: Friday Feb 6 10 am – 6 pm Saturday Feb 7 10 am – 6 pm Sunday Feb 8 11 am – 5 pm Monday Feb 9 11 am – 5 pm Tickets: $20 (4-day pass valid for all General Show days) $75 for Opening Night Preview Party, benefiting David Lawrence Center and Foundation Place: Naples Exhibition Center 100 Goodlette-Frank Road South Napes, FL 34102 Valet Parking Available

  • February 7-8 - Austin, Texas
    Austin Glass, China & Pottery Show & Sale Saturday, Feb. 7th - 10am - 5pm Sunday, Feb. 8th - 11am-4pm Travis County Expo Center 7311 Decker Lane Austin, TEXAS Admission $6.00 ----Good Both Days.

  • February 7-8 - Sacaremto, California
    International Depression Glass Club. Admission is $6.00, good for both days Food prepared on site available Professional glass and ceramics repair by Miracle Glass
    Scottish Rite Temple 6151 H Street Sacramento, CA

  • February 7-8 - Largo, Florida
    The 36th Annual Clearwater Depression Glass Club will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 7 & 8, 2015 at the MinReg Building, 6340 126th Ave., Largo, FL, 33773.

  • February 11 - Savage, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: Savage Mill, Savage MD

  • February 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

  • February 20-22 - Rosenberg, Texas
    2015 Houston Glass Show Information THE HOUSTON GLASS SHOW & SALE THE GLASS EVENT OF THE YEAR Dealers from across the nation offering a large selection of the Rarest and Best Glass, Pottery, and China from the Depression Era through the 1970’s PLUS THE BEST LITTLE ANTIQUE SHOW IN TEXAS FEBRUARY 21 & 22, 2015 Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
    FT. BEND COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS – Rosenberg, Texas Hwy. 59 South from Houston, 30 minutes to Hwy. 36 – Turn Left Admission: $6.00 good both days PREVIEW & SALE FEBRUARY 20, 6:00p.m. – 9:00p.m. Preview admission is $15.00 per person Reserve your tickets by sending your check to: Max Miller, 10305 Shadow Oaks Dr, Houston, Tx 77043 Preview tickets also available at the door by calling 713-410-4780
    FOR SHOW INFORMATION CONTACT Email: MMXGLASS@ aol.com
    GLASS REPAIR ON SITE FREE PARKING GOOD FOOD

  • February 13-17 - Palm Beach, Florida
    Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antiques Show. Palm Beach County Convention Center, Palm Beach, Florida

  • February 20 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
    Early American Glass Club of Minnesota, Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Special Toothpick Holders. minnesota@glassclub.org

  • February 21-22 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Historical Glass Club Pittsburgh
    MARK YOUR CALENDAR for 2015 (February 21 & 22, 2015) Our Antique Show and Sale will be at the same place The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Pittsburgh South 164 Fort Couch Road across from South Hills Mall Opens at 9 am for early buyers and 10 am for the general public !! DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SHOW

  • February 21-22 - Rosenberg, Texas
    Houston Depression Glass Show & Sale Fort Bend County Fairgrounds US 59 to Highway 36 South, ½ mile to Fairgrounds Rosenberg, TX mmxglass@aol.com

  • February 22 - Enfield, Connecticut
    22 February 2015 (Sunday) Enfield, Connecticut - Somers Antique Bottle Club – 44th Annual Show and Sale at St. Bernard School, 232 Pearl Street, Enfield, Connecticut 06082, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm. Early buyers at 8:00 am. On site parking. Take exit 47-W from I-91 and follow show signs. Five minutes to school. Admission: $2. Ages 12 and under free. FOHBC Member Club

  • February 27-28 - Phoenix, Arizona
    The Phoenix Antiques, Bottles, & Collectibles Club (P.A.B.C.C.)Presents: Our 2015 Show & Sale! Celebrating our 32nd Show! February 27 & 28th, 2015
    Location: North Phoenix Baptist Church (Free Parking) 5757 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ Dealer Set Up: Feb. 27th, 12:00pm - 2:00pm Early Bird: Feb. 27th, 2:00pm to 4:00pm - Admission $10 General Admission: Feb. 27th, 4:00pm to 7:00pm - Admission $3 General Admission: Feb. 28th, 8:30am to 3:30pm - Admission $3 $1 off General Admission coupon below -- Kids with adults are FREE! For more information on our 2015 Show & Sale, please contact Betty Hartnett BettChem@cox.net

  • February 28-March 1 - Morristown, New Jersey
    THE MORRISTOWN ARMORY ANTIQUES SHOW 430 WESTERN AVENUE MORRISTOWN, NJ 07960 (EXIT 35 OFF I-287) February 28 & March 1, 2015
    Sat: 10AM - 6PM Sun: 11AM - 5PM OVER 100 EXHIBITORS
    Outstanding Quality & Variety. Reasonable, Affordable Prices. Something For Everyone In Every Price Category Over 100 Exhibit Booths Selling American, European And Asian Furniture, Silver, Paintings, Prints, Posters, Art Pottery, Porcelains, Lamps, Bronzes, Clocks, Art Glass, Victorian Glass, Depression Glass, Jewelry, Oriental Rugs, Antiquarian Books, Reference Books, Scientific Instruments, Watches, Vintage Fashions, Trunks, Samplers, Sewing Items, Majolica, Doulton, Kimonos, Netsuke, Orientalia, Linens, Decorative Accessories & Much More
    • EXPERT GLASS REPAIR CLINIC by PAUL NULTON: SAT. & SUN.
    • TO SEE PAUL NULTON'S WORK CLICK HERE
    • EXPERT PORCELAIN & POTTERY RESTORATION CLINIC BY LOUIS - SAT. & SUN. - Click on this link to learn more:
    • http://www.restorationsbylouis.com/
    • Certified Appraisal Clinic - By Linda Roberts - Sat. & Sun. Only - $5 Per Item

  • February 28-March 1 - Little Rock, Arkansas
    Arkansas Glasshoppers 29th Annual Depression Era & Vintage Glass Show & Sale Hall of Industry - State Fairgrounds Roosevelt & Howard Streets Little Rock, AR 501-868-4969 arglasshoppers@aol.com

March - 2015

  • March 3 - New York, New York
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Dean Six "Mid-century Glass." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

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

  • March 6-7 - Bonner Springs, Kansas
    Marble Crazy. Moon Marble Company Bonner Springs KS 66012. 913-441-1432

  • March 8 - Overland Park, Kansas
    Kansas City Marble Collectors Show. Holiday Inn Overland Park KS 66214. Contact KC Marble Club 816-436-3929.

  • March 8 - Baltimore, Maryland
    The Baltimore Antique Bottle Club’s 35th Annual Show & Sale 8am to 3pm. Website: baltimorebottleclub.org Physical Education Center, CCBC-Essex, 7201 Rossville Blvd, (I-695, Exit 34)

  • March 8-9 - Grapevine, Texs
    Metroplex Looking Glass Show Grapevine Convention Center 1209 S Main Street Grapevine, TX http://www.meyershows.com

  • March 11 - Silver Spring, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. Host: Bill Sheriff, PROGRAM: 11:00 AM, GLASS MEN of The OHIO RIVER VALLEY by Bill Sheriff, Co Hostess Kathy Cohen.

  • March 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

  • March 14 - Field Trip
    Annual field tril of the Sandwich Chapter, The National American Glass Club, Ltd. For information, email webmaster@glassclub.org

  • March 14-15 - Kenner, Louisana
    Crescent City Depression Glass Society Vintage Glass & Collectibles Show & Sale Pontchartrain Center Williams Blvd, at the Lake Kenner, LA www.crescentcityglass.org

  • March 14-15 - Northlake, Illinois
    20's 30's 40's Glass Society Depression Glass Show & Sale Concord Plaza Midwest Convention Center 401 W. Lake Street Northlake, IL www.20-30-40Society.org

  • March 18-21 - Dallas, Texas
    Texas Carnival Glass Club Convention & Auction Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central, 7800 Alpha Road, Dallas, TX
    Check our website at www.texascarnivalglass.com for more information

  • March 20-22 - Cedar Falls, Iowa
    UNI Dome Show Cedar Falls, IA Melting Pot Productions, 712-326-9964 www.antiquespectacular.com

  • March 20-22 - Charleston, South Carolina
    Charleston Antiques Show, Memminger Auditorium. 843.772.3405 www.historiccharleston.org/antiquesshow

  • 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

April - 2015

  • 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
    Meeting of the New York Glass Club, New York, NY. Speaker: Sheldon Barr "Ecclesiatical Tiffany." Saint Michaels Church, West 99th and Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, 6:30-8:30 PM

  • 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 9-12 - 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 11-12 - Conway, Arkansas
    Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show Conway Expo Center 2502 East Oak Street Conway, AR www.antiquealleyarkansas.com

  • April 12-22 - Austria and Czech Republic
    The National American Glass Club is sponsoring an innovative journey to the glassmaking regions of Austria and the Czech Republic for NAGC members, April 12-22, 2015. Jane Spillman, former curator of American Glass at th Corning Museum of Glass, will be the study leader. Not a member ? Join
    Tour price: $4390 (without air fare), single supplement $850. Includes accommodations at elegant 4-star hotels plus some meals. Brochure with itinerary Additional details.

  • 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 18-19 - Madison Heights, Virginia
    GREAT LAKES DEPRESSION GLASS SHOW & SALE IN MADISON HEIGHTS Great Lakes Depression Glass Show & Sale Photo #1 Great Lakes Depression Glass Show & Sale, Great Lakes Depression Glass Show & Sale Photo #3 1 of 3 April 18, 2015 - April 19, 2015 United Food & Commercial Workers Union Building Madison Heights, Virginia

  • 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 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 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-Ma-rVa Depression Glass Club 80th Show, DuVall High School, Greenbelt Road and Good Luck Road, Lanham, MD. Set-up 24 April (no sales). See; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Delmarva-Depression-Glass-Club/494448990598545

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

May - 2015

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

  • 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 13 - Silver Spring, Maryland
    Amelung Chapter, National American Glass Club, Ltd. PROGRAM: Francis Allen (TBa), Hostess: Ollin Segarra, Co-hostess: Ora Theard.

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

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

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

June - 2015

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

July - 2015

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  • 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 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 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 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

September - 2015

  • 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

October - 2015

  • 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

November - 2015

  • 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

December - 2015

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April - 2016

May - 2016

June - 2016

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

July - 2016

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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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