I have gone to the Website of the National Depression Glass Association for their Definition for what Depression Glass is and I quote it word for word.
The NDGA was Founded in 1974
Although the “Depression” years extended from late 1929 up to the start of World War II, the term Depression Glass refers to American - transparent glassware that was manufactured from the early to mid- 1920’s, through and around the end of
World War II.
Much of that time was considered the “Great Depression”, but the glassmaking period extended out on both sides of the “Great Depression”
With the National Depression Glass Association's definition in mind the name Depression Glass specifically refers only to American - transparent glassware that was manufactured in and around the time of the Great Depression.
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