Glass Collectors' Organizations
The American Cut Glass Association is a non-profit organization devoted to the study and research of American Brilliant Cut Glass. Whether you are a new collector or a long-time collector, ACGA has a lot to offer you as a member.
The Society was formed in November of 1994 to foster and encourage the collection, appreciation, study , and
documentation of early American pattern glassware, its makers, and its place in American life, past and present.
It is a non-profit group of collectors and dealers who share an interest in Early American Pattern Glass. Membership
is in excess of 700 people in the United States and Canada who collect a broad spectrum of glassware manufactured
primarily from 1850 to 1915.
A quarterly publication, The News Journal, is devoted to articles about Early American Pattern Glass and related topics. The Society also publishes a membership directory that includes a list of patterns and forms collected by members to facilitate sharing and exchange of information.
An association dedicated to learning more about Fenton glass. Members receive the Butterfly Net, the newsletter of the FAGCA six times a year. This publication includes informative articles on Fenton glass and special advertising listings by FAGCA members showings items wanted or for sale. It also features a color page of rare Fenton Art Glass.
The IPBA is the largest organization worldwide of people who collect and deal in the incredible variety of beautiful containers of perfume: commercials, atomizers, art glass, Czechs, mini's, Victorian, novelties, and many others. Find out about the organization, the people who make it great, and information about perfume and scent bottles (with photos).