The Glass Encyclopedia covers a long list of topics from A to Z - here are just a sample of them:
Akro Agate glass
Apsley Pellatt glass
Art Deco glass
Art nouveau glass
Arts and Crafts glass
Each topic has its own page and contains a definition of the topic with interesting background and history. There are also pictures, references to other on-line sources and articles, and suggested books on the topic.
Amongst the latest additions are http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/thomaswebbglass.html
- Thomas Webb and Sons glass, one of the great Stourbridge glassworks, http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/Chanceglass.html
- Chance glass, an industrial giant of a company that made glass in Smethwick, England, from 1824 to 1981; http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/AkroAgateglass.html
- Akro Agate glass , the American marble makers who turned to art glass in the 1930s; http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/HazelAtlasglass.html
- Hazel Atlas glass , established in 1902 and one of the great Depression glass producers; and http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/FireKingglass.html
- Fire-King glass, dinnerware and kitchenware first made in 1942 by Anchor Hocking.
Hope you will find the Glass Encyclopedia a really useful resource.
Links from members of the GMB are most welcome and helpful, thank you.