The Evolution of Mid Century Lighting & Furniture Design

By Marissa | May 26, 2023

Mid-century modern is a design movement that began in the mid-20th century, roughly between the 1940s and 1960s. This style is known for […]

The Greek gods of the Vanderbilt Hotel Live on for Centuries to Come

By Marissa | May 12, 2023

Olde Good Things acquired a small quantity of 5 ft Greek god Dionysus and his wife goddess Ariadne. These ones of kind antique […]

Brimfield Antique Market Spring 2023 Show

By ogtadmin | May 9, 2023

There’s lots of buzz during the set-up for the week-long of festivities at the Brimfield Antique Market, one of the oldest Antique Markets […]

Grand Estate Turned Convent Gives Up Some of its Well-Preserved Treasures

By Abigail Swire | August 2, 2022

A pair of 1940s hand carved marble statues of ministering angels were rescued by Olde Good Things from a massive sugar baron’s estate […]

How to Shop for Antiques in New York City

By Marissa | April 28, 2023

Before shopping for antiques in New York City, it’s important to do research. There are hundreds of antique shops in and around the […]

Recovery of 11 ft Art Deco Pendant Lights at NYC Art Deco Building

By ogtadmin | March 24, 2023

Located in Lower Manhattan near the World Trade Center, one will find 26 Cortlandt Street a highly Art Moderne / Art Deco bank […]

OGT mentioned in Architectural Digest

By Marissa | March 14, 2023

A mid-1800s New York City brownstone, home to John Leguizamo and his family was prominently featured in the March 2023 edition of Architectural […]

OGT Featured: Tips for Spotting Opportunities From a Salvage Expert

By Sara | February 7, 2023

 In this video INC. Magazine features one of Olde Good Things’ expert curators, Jim DiGiacoma.  He gives advice as to how to […]

New Creation: Handmade River Resin Wood Tables

By Abigail Swire | January 13, 2023

At OGT, one quality we have always valued is the ability to reimagine, to repurpose, to reinvent. After our architectural treasures are reclaimed, […]

Give Your Regards to Bowery – Store Closing

By ogtadmin | November 17, 2022

We’ve had a great tenure run, but it’s time for us to move on. It’s also time for you to come in and […]

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We have the largest selection of vintage chicken wire glass, including corrugated, pebbled, wormy, and clear. We also have many types of obsolete textured glass and antique pattern glass. We have a full service shop ready to process your order of vintage glass.




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New York NY 10024




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Los Angeles CA 90015

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400 Gilligan Street
Scranton PA 18508

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300 Brook Street
Scranton PA 18505
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Olde Good Things recycles over half their inventory that would otherwise be thrown away.

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