The Hocking (later Anchor Hocking) Glass Company-- Hocking's most popular Depression Glass patterns were Mayfair, Cameo and Block Optic. They also produced an extensive line of Depression Era kitchen ware. Most of their kitchen items were produced in clear green or crystal.
The Hazel Atlas Glass Company-- Hazel Atlas is famous for their Florentine patterns. They are also one of the few companies to have a large line of cobalt blue items in Depression Glass patterns and kitchenware. Royal Lace and Moderntone were two popular patterns that Hazel Atlas produced in colors including cobalt during this time period. Hazel Atlas had a large line of kitchen items including, measuring cups, leftovers, mixing bowls, reamers, and shakers.
The Federal Glass Company -- The Federal Glass Company is one of the few companies to have produced Depression Glass Patterns in amber. Parrot (Federal's most popular Depression pattern), Madrid, and Patrician were all produced in amber, as well as in other colors. Federal also made kitchen items such as bowls, measuring cups, reamers, and leftovers during this time period.
The Jeannette Glass Company -- Jeanette's most popular Depression Glass pattern was Cherry Blossom, which is closely followed by Floral Poinsettia. Ultramarine Swirl also made by Jeannette is very popular today as well. Jeannette also produced kitchenware items in green, pink, ultramarine, and crystal. The Jeannette Glass Company is famous for their line of both Jadite and Delphite kitchen items.
The Indiana Glass Company-- Indiana's most sought after Depression patterns are Tea Room and Pyramid. They were very stylized and Deco even in the 30s when they were produced, and remain so even today.
The Lancaster Glass Company-- Lancaster Glass became a subsidiary of the Hocking Glass Company in 1924. This company made many Depression Glass pieces including tableware and kitchen items. During the Depression Hocking supplied The Lancaster Glass Company and The Standard Glass Company (also a subsidary of Hocking) with many blanks which both companies etched with their own patterns. Two of Lancaster's most sought after patterns are Patrick and Jubilee.
The Macbeth Evans Glass Company-- Dogwood, and American Sweetheart are the two patterns that most often come to mind when thinking of Depression Glass made by McBeth Evans. This company found a market in using the white opal color they called Monax. This color was very popular, and MacBeth Evans was the only company to produce Depression Glass patterns in Monax.
The McKee Glass Company-- Rock Crystal and Laurel were the largest Depression Glass patterns produced by the McKee Glass Company. Rock Crystal was made in a multitude of colors which may explain why it sold so well. McKee's best known Depression Glass is their line of Jadite, Delphite, and Chalaine Blue kitchenware.
The Westmoreland Glass Company-- Although most people think of Westmoreland for their 40s and 50s handmade colored and milk glass patterns, they were very active during the Depression. Their most popular Depression Era pattern was English Hobnail. This pattern was made crystal, and numerous other colors.