Retro Art Glass offers art glass and glassware from the mid 20th century (1920 to 1970). Specializing in the enormously fab objects produced between 1940-1970, when glass enthusiasts and decorators desired modern, freestyle, large and colorful designs. Glass makers from America, Italy, the Bohemian countries, Czech and the Scandinavian countries produced modernist glass. The tastes of the psychedelic pop-culture were reflected in beautiful, colorful and useful glass forms. Today, the look is once again sought after. View our catalog pages and you’ll see why.
Retro Art Glass® has been online for over 20 years. As of year 2009 Retro Art Glass is a registered trademark.
All items listed within the catalog are guaranteed to be as represented. Most are identified and dated. A few are still mysteries. All are very hard to find today and will be extremely hard to find in the near future.
The search for this great glass continues to this day, with fabulous new finds added to the catalog weekly. If you have any questions about the items for sale, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or at 719-237-9306. View our customer satisfaction policy.
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Retro Art Glass® is an internet based collection of authentic mid-century art glass and glassware. The collection showcases approximately 300 glass objects at a time. New found items are continually added while others are sold and permanently archived. The result is a eye-treating revolving museum of vintage glass objects from the 1920s to 1970s with something for everybody.
The Retro Art Glass® collection is packed with dazzling glass objects from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Atomic, Modernist and Post Modernist eras when glass artisans were at their peak. Décor glass was engineered for usefulness and quality, with positive innovation in mind, often hand-made, and adorned in brilliant colors and fabulous decors.
A huge number of glass collectors regularly visit the Retro Art Glass® site where they can browse the revolving collection by maker and type, learn new and interesting glass information, and purchase directly from the private collection. Professional interior decorators enjoy the wide variety of focal and accent décor objects and the color categories, allowing a view of the collection’s glass according to color. Everyday home decorators, gift givers, and all those who enjoy beauty are treated with a huge selection of scarce, distinctive, quality objects at prices that are much lower than today’s glass art and quality glassware.