Depression Glass is a colored, yet translucent glassware that was distributed free, or for a few pennies, around the time of the Great Depression from the 1920's and even into early World War II. This glassware was often seen in colors of amber, green, pink, soft blue, and sometimes clear. Some of the less common colors were yellow (often referred to as "Vaseline" glass), Jadeite (opaque pale green), red (ruby), amethyst, and a white milk glass.
|Floral aka Poinsettia by Jeannette Glass Company
|Sharon aka Cabbage Rose by Federal Glass Company
|Floral & Diamond Band by U.S. Glass Company
|Blue Bubble by Anchor-Hocking
|Ruby Red Bubble by Anchor-Hocking
(This comes out during the holidays)