- Go to my Catladykate's Elegant and Depression Glass page on Facebook. The URL is www.DepressionGlassFun.com.
- Click Photos.
- Click Create a Photo Album
- Add your photos and a brief description of the glass and why you are interested.
- Drop me a note to Kathy@catladykate.com and ask for help.
Glass Etch and Pattern Gallery. You can search by design motif. I used to use Replacements website but they changed it now so you get pictures of individual pieces which makes it too time consuming to search. You can ask someone whom you think might know. You can ask me. I can identify many depression and elegant patterns - but I have no expertise in European glass, carnival glass, recent glass - and you are welcome to ask. I've changed my method for requests and ask that you abide by this. Here's what you can do to ask for my help:It can be tough figuring out what you have. If you have mystery glass and you want to sell it, where do you go. If you have a few pieces and want more, how do you find them. Let me give you a few tips. There are lots of good reference books and your library will likely have a couple. The basic depression glass books by Gene Florence or Barbara Mauzy are excellent to help you figure out what pattern you have. If you have etched glass it might be a little harder since there were many etched patterns and you probably don't want to spend a fortune buying glass books that cover every maker. There are good general books by Gene Florence and Coe and Coe that are good starting points. You can search on eBay. Try to narrow your search by deciding what category your glass probably fits into. Is the bottom rim ground smooth? Then it's probably Elegant glass. Another good site is the