Please note that the House of Glass does not particularly endorse or monitor these sites; they are listed as a benefit to our website visitors. As a courtesy, the House of Glass requests a reciprocal link for all sites listed below on this links page. If you wish to be listed on our links page, please send an email to us via the Contact Page and it will be reviewed for possible future addition.
Indiana Artisan - A state program that supports and promotes Hoosier artisans and their handmade products, in which The House of Glass, Inc is a member.
New Day Meadery - This facility is the first and only Meadery in the State of Indiana, which is the name given to wine made from honey.
Spencer Lapidary - Indiana's largest family owned and operated rock shop in the same Elwood, Indiana location for over 23 years.
Glass Art Society - Based out of Seattle this organization offers information to those interested in the world of glass art. Both collectors and artists look to this group for industry standards and information. They are the sponsor for the industry's annual GAS conference.
The Corning Museum of Glass - Including museum of ancient glass, library of glass information, hot glass workshops, and glass and related item gift shop.
Museum of American Glass at Wheaton Village - The Museum of American Glass houses over 6,500 objects, both historic and contemporary.
The Morton D. Barker Paperweight Collection at the Illinois State Museum - A prestigious collection of 252 glass objects, some of the finest examples of antique French paperweights of the Classic Period (1845 - 1865).
The Paperweight Museum - Sponsored by The International Paperweight Society Foundation
Sandwich Glass Museum - The Sandwich Historical Society and its Glass Museum, collects, preserves and interprets the history of the Town of Sandwich, Cape Cod.
Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion - Opened in 2006, the postmodern Glass Pavilion is the new home of the Toledo Museum of Art’s world-renowned glass collection, featuring more than 5,000 works of art from ancient to contemporary times.
Lotton Glass Collectors Club - The Lotton Glass Club site contains photos and descriptions of early Lotton pieces to current pieces being made today.
The Marble Museum - They have a page dedicated to Joe Rice and the history of St. Clair and it's history of marble making.
Dorflinger Glass Museum - With more than 900 pieces, the Dorflinger Glass Museum is recognized as having the largest display of Dorflinger glass in the nation.
The Old Morgantown Glass Collector's Guild - The Old Morgantown Glass factory closed in 1971 and became the guild.
Fostoria Glass Society - They were formed to acquire and disseminate detailed knowledge concerning Fostoria Glass.
National Museum of Cambridge Glass - A non-profit Ohio corporation in Cambridge, Ohio for the display, study and preservation of Cambridge Glass.
National Depression Glass Association - To preserve of American made glassware manufactured just before, during, and immediately after the "Great Depression."
National Imperial Glass Collectors Society - Founded to encourage learning, to enlighten and to understand the American glass industry and of Imperial Glass.
West Virginia Museum of American Glass - Museum with a mission to share the diverse and rich heritage of glass as a product and historical object as well as telling of the lives of glass workers, their families and communities, and of the tools and machines they used in glass houses.
Hot Glass Forum - A glass collectors forum.
Glass Forums - A glass collectors forum.