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Antiques and Collectables Glass

Cambridge Glass Fair

An annual event for collectors of antique and collectable glass; includes details of exhibitions and exhibitors, venue and admissions.

The Cloud Glass Reference Site

Covering Davidson's cloud glass and cloud glass in general. Introduction, manufacturers, registered designs, history and articles, references and an archive of newsletters.

English Pressed Glass

Defines pressed or moulded glass and provides details of manufacturers, including some non-English ones such as carnival glass commonly collected in the UK. Includes a section on registration marks, registered numbers and trade marks.

Membership site which includes some readily available content, and the rest upon registration.

The Glass Association

Registered charity promoting the understanding and appreciation of glass and glass-making methods, both historical and contemporary. With a gallery of glass, articles and news.

The National Glass Fair

Held annually and specialising in antique and collectable glass, from 18th century drinking glasses through to contemporary studio glass; includes programme, information for visitors and exhibitors, and a collection of resources and galleries.

The National Glass Fair

Antique and collectable glass fair, exhibitors offer a wide choice of glassware, from 18th century drinking glasses through to contemporary studio glass. GlassFairs

Pressed in Time

Offers general information on pressed glass, manufacturers, colours, uses, and registration marks. Includes photographs from the author's collection and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Scotland's Glass

Artist-led organisation championing the work of glass artists in Scotland. Includes artists and makers, images and articles.


Richard More, a collector with a special interest in Strathearn paperweights and the Ysart family's influence on Scottish paperweights, displays a gallery of his collection with notes on each one.

Ysart Glass

Covers glass made by a Spanish family, the Ysarts, in Perth, Scotland, beginning in 1922. Includes articles, catalogues, and information on other glassmakers, mainly from Scotland.

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