I really like Lancaster Glass. They made the most of a very few shapes, most with curvy rims and scallops, in pink, green and topaz yellow.
The bowl shown here is Lancaster's Cane Landrum pattern. I got it when shopping with my daughter. We'd gone to several old junk stores masquerading as antique malls and finally gave up and went to our favorite mall in Saginaw, Michigan. They always have glass and it's fun to see.
I was feeling a little down after driving all over central Michigan and got this snazzy bowl at the Saginaw mall. It was the first time I'd seen Cane Landrum in person and I was a bit surprised that the design is mold etched. You can feel the pretty scrolls and swags raised on the outside of the glass, not incised into the glass the way a plate-etched pattern would be.
Lancaster's Cane Landrum is classified as depression glass, not elegant glass, so the mold-etched technique fits perfectly. It is so well done that you see the graceful design and not the technique, just as vintage glassware should be.
One reason I shop online is selection. It's lots of fun to go antiquing, but if you want to buy something you're more likely to find it online at stores like our eBay Vintage Elegant Depression Glass or Cat Lady Kate's Elegant and Depression Glass.