Glassworks set to make a smash

October 17, 2012 by  

For collectors of depression era glass, a show and sale this weekend has a vast collection of items available at very affordable prices. This year’s Depression Era Glass Show & Sale will have more than 20 reputable vendors, as well as many dealers from across the nation displaying and selling various treasures that need to be seen to be believed.

The sale is an annual event that features thousands of depression era pieces, as well as kitchenware, pottery, and elegant glassworks by many renowned artisans and glassblowers. There will be everything from one-of-a-kind, rare collectables only seen inside collectors’ books to the very last piece many people require to complete the collection they have been building for many years.

This show and sale has something for everyone and this year will feature pieces from these United States glass companies including Cambridge, Fostoria, Indiana Glass, Tiffin, Imperial, Morgantown, New Martinsville, Fenton, many others.

Brochure printing, poster printing, and flyer printing were all probably used to advertise and promote the Depression Era Glass Show & Sale to everyone in the area that collects Depression glass pieces, or perhaps to introduce a new hobby to those less familiar with it. Admission is $4 per person and everyone is welcome.

This show and sale will be happening this Saturday, October 20, starting at 10:00 am at the Knights of Columbus Hall located at 3200 103rd Street, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin – a short drive from Greenfield. To find out more, please visit the Depression Era Glass Show Sale website or call 262-376-9874.