- The Redlands Historical Glass Museum has a picture of a rare Canton spoon rack.
"Housed in a
96-year-old Victorian-style home, the Historical Glass Museum in
Redlands is the only museum of its kind to exhibit only American-made
glassware pieces dating from the early 1800s to present day.
- Paden City Discoveries has this to say about a celery:
"This item is also illustrated in a 1954 Canton Glass Company
catalog page reprinted in Weatherman's Price Trends (1982, p. 230).
Canton Glass of Marion, Indiana, acquired several of Paden City's
molds after they closed in 1951 - possibly in late 1952. Canton
used the number 890 in their catalog which we know as the Crow's
Foot Round line." (William P. Walker)
- Early American Vaseline Glass says
"Some factories which produced vaseline/canary colored EAPG
tableware included Northwood, McKee, Bryce Bros., Bellaire Goblet Co,
Canton Glass Co., Richards & Hartley, A J Beatty & Co.,
Indiana Tumbler & Goblet Co., Jones Cavitt, Hobbs Brockeunier
& Co., Riverside Glass Works, Model Flint Glass Co., Albany Glass
Co. Campbell Jones & doubtless many others." (Dave Peterson)
- National Milk Glass Collectors Society
(archived): "...author Marg Iwen quotes from the 1902 National
Glass Co. Export Catalog Number 2. One of the references is to a
"Columbus" plate designed by David Barker for Canton Glass in 1892,
made in clear and opal."