- Noted depression glass authorities like Gene Florence and Barbara Mauzy know reproductions. Both say Georgian has not been reproduced. In fact I consulted Mrs. Mauzy who was extremely gracious and generous with her knowledge. She confirmed Georgian has not been reproduced.
- Most patterns that have been reproduced have come out in odd colors. The Georgian pieces are all the same shade of green.
- The fakers out there pick on patterns that are lucrative. Georgian sells OK but it's far less popular than Cherry Blossom or Madrid. Cups, saucers, sherbets are among the most affordable Georgian pieces.
- Glass companies were not in the practice of marking their glass in the depression. Hocking, for example, didn't begin marking most glass until the 1940s. Early Federal isn't marked.
- Marking some pieces, like plates or bowls, would disfigure the pattern.
Georgian Lovebirds saucer real depression glass or is it a repro? It is not marked. This next saucer is marked. I have Georgian cups, saucers and sherbets with the Federal F in a shield and without. Are any reproduced? There are web pages that claim that any unmarked Federal piece is a repro. Some pages single out Georgian and claim reproductions. How can you know? Is it safe to buy unmarked pieces? Will you get ripped off? Georgian has not been reproduced. Here is why I say that.Is this