210 E. Albert Gallatin Avenue
Glass Show Location
Gallatin, TN 37066
Contact: Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee



The Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee is pleased to announce that the Nashville Glass Show is moving to the Gallatin Civic Center where there is free and convenient parking.  The show will be held on the usual third weekend in July so SAVE THE DATES OF JULY 20-21, 2024.

The new venue is in a suburb of Nashville - 35 miles from the Fairgrounds where previous shows have been held. 

We hope to have 19 dealers who will offer a wide variety of American-made glassware and pottery for you to browse and buy.  Show hours are 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and 11 am to 3 pm on Sunday.  Admission to the show is $8.00 per person, good for both days.  



23nd Annual Elegant and Depression Glass

Show and Sale

Gallatin Civic Center on July 20 - 21, 2024


The show is devoted exclusively to glassware and pottery made by American manufacturers.  Most of the manufacturers of this glassware are no longer in business, and the show provides an opportunity to see and purchase items that cannnot be acquired in today's retail stores.  The vendors will have early American pattern glass (EAPG), depression-era glass, elegant glass, mid-centurn modern glass, and kitchen glassware such as Fire King and Pyrex.  There will be dealers from across the country.

At this time, the 19 dealers who set up for the 2023 show have been invited to participate in the 2024 show:
Dennis Bialek, Florida
Roger Bowen, Oklahoma
Pat & Sharon Ervin, Illinois
Jonathan Fields, Missouri
Pam & Bob Franscella, South Carolina
Adam Headley, Georgia
Lorrie Kitchen & Mark Hunter, Ohio
Jerry Laitinen & Jerry Easteria, Iowa
James & Leora Leasure, Pennsylvania
Sherry & Reid Lisak, Tennessee
Rob & Amy McMichael, Texas
Art & Shirley Moore, Oklahoma
Brooke & Larry Newton, Florida
Steve & Carla Rausch, Oklahoma
Linda Riendeau, Minnesota
Carolyn & Glen Robinson, South Carolina
Cecil Taylor, Texas
Jodi & Mark Uthe, Iowa
John Walk, Illinois


The show is hosted by the Fostoria Glass Society of Tennessee, a chapter of the Fostoria Glass Society of America.  Proceeds from the show are used to support the Fostoria Glass Museum in Moundsville, WV, and other museums and programs devoted to preserving the history and heritage of American-made glassware. 

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