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2 edition of Opalescent pattern glass found in the catalog.

Opalescent pattern glass

Marion T. Hartung

Opalescent pattern glass

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Published in Emporia, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Opal glass.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marion T. Hartung.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK5112 .H36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p.
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4896538M
    LC Control Number76030617

    Much of the glass was colored or finely tinted opalescent with artistic designs engraved on special pieces. The output of the factory included tumblers, beer and wine glasses and fancy bottles. In , The UNITED STATES GLASS COMPANY (USGC) of Pittsburgh absorbed eighteen glass factories, one being A. J. Beatty a Sons. History Origins. Stained glass has been produced since ancient times. Both the Egyptians and the Romans excelled at the manufacture of small colored glass objects. Phoenicia was important in glass manufacture with its chief centres Sidon, Tyre and British Museum holds two of the finest Roman pieces, the Lycurgus Cup, which is a murky mustard color but glows purple-red to. The "Sabino Crystal Company" is based in Houston Texas and still selling the same blue-hued semi-transparent opalescent statues and decorative items that were were fist made in the late s. Earlier Sabino glass is usually signed "Sabino Paris", "Sabino France" or "Sabino", either in engraved cursive script, or if moulded, in uppercase.


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Opalescent pattern glass, [Marion T Hartung] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Opalescent pattern glass. Overview Twenty-five years after William Heacock sparked an Opalescent glass collecting trend with his book Victorian Colored Pattern Glass Book II, Opalescent Glass from A to Z and 13 years after his Book 9, Cranberry Glass, JoAnn Elmore has revised and Author: William Heacock.

Encyclopedia of Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Book 9: Cranberry Opalescent from A to Z Hardcover – February 1, by William Heacock (Author), William Gamble (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings See all 4 formats and editions/5(4).

From the Publisher: Twenty-five years after William Heacock sparked an Opalescent glass collecting trend with his book Victorian Colored Pattern Glass Book II, Opalescent Glass for A to Z and 13 years after his Book 9, Cranberry Glass, JoAnn Elmore has revised and updated these reference gems into one incredible Range: $ - $ COVID Resources.

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in the Phoenix Art Glass book by Lee Marple, and it's called a Heat Sensitive Ruby Die-away. away is similar. This Blue color Heat Sensitive glass has to be struck at the furace in order to get the Ruby Color.

The opalescent pattern is same one used in "Opalescent Diamonds". The photos are courtesy of an Oregon Collector. If you have a. - Explore robertkrause's board "Northwood-Pattern & Opalescent Glass" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Glass, Antique glass and Pattern pins. Blank Books Duncan Miller Sanibel pattern plate white opalescent glass shell oldandtreauredfinds 5 out of 5 stars (25) $ $ $ because here they come.

There are opalescent glass for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average. The most common opalescent glass material is glass. The most popular color. The third kind of opalescent glass has a milky white edge or a white raised pattern decorating a coloured pressed glass item.

The effect is produced by re-heating parts of the molted glass just as it has started to cool. The heat sensitive chemicals in the glass turn the re-heated sections white. This article will focus on pressed opalescent glass. Welcome to Kokomo Opalescent Glass, we have been proudly manufacturing the world's finest art glass products since Book Accessories Children's Books Rare Antique Vintage Jefferson Glass Green Astro Pattern Opalescent Ruffled Candy Dish / Bowl Circa 's parkie2 5 out of 5 stars () $ There are antique opalescent glass for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average.

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The Pearline colour combination of a white opalescent edge on turquoise blue glass was almost unique to Davidson's. Greener's (from nearby Sunderland) produced a smaller number of patterns in a very similar colour, and these can be identified both by the registration numbers and from pattern books and advertisements of the time.

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Opalescent, Glassware, Glass, Pottery & Glass. Shop the Largest Selection, Click to See. Search eBay faster with PicClick. Money Back Guarantee ensures YOU. This pattern is called Moonstone and it is a later version of Hocking Glass’ Hobnail pattern.

Hocking made their Hobnail pattern during the depression ( to ) in pink, clear, clear with red trim and some pieces in ruby. Pearline Glass Identification Guide + Gallery glass was created by British company George Davidson & Co in during the Victorian era, and similar glass was produced by other companies including Henry Greener and Burtles, Tate & ne glass consists of pressed glass in either lemon yellow 'Primrose', clear 'Moonshine' or blue, with a white.

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C $; 0 bids +C $ shipping; Books (71) Business & Industrial (68) Art (28) Everything Else (12). Opalescent glass is a general term for clear or coloured glass with a milky white opaque or translucent effect often to either the rim (such as Davidson's Pearline range) or centre of the glass item.

French makers Lalique and Sabino, and Jobling from England are all well known for their opalescent art deco glass production. The firm also made art glass in colors such as cranberry opalescent, satin, onyx-to-clear patterns and others.

Some of these pieces often bring sale prices in the thousands at auction. I would recommend this book for the collector, dealer or student of quality glassware from the late s; much of the information provided by these authors. Fenton Hobnail French (Opalescent) at Replacements, Ltd., page 1 with links to Hobnail French (Opalescent) online pattern registration form, images of more thanchina, crystal, silver and collectible patterns, specialty items for sale, silver hollowware, Christmas ornaments, and much more.

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NRWSTGBIRI. View Pattern. Three Fruits Marigold. NRWTHFM. View Pattern. Wishbone Green. NRWWISG. Opalescent or iridescent glass can be worth more. Hobnail glass was popular in Victorian times, then, it was called "dewdrop glass." When Fenton introduced it init became a hit.

Pre Fenton milk glass is said to be easily distinguishable because it is less dense, less opaque, than their milk glass made from onwards. Harry Northwood, son of esteemed English cameo glass maker John Northwood, came to the United States in He first worked for Hobbs, Brockunier and Company of Wheeling, West Virginia, for five years, getting hands-on experience in the glassmaking g: Opalescent.

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This pattern was only made in opalescent glass in the nappy shape. All references books only list it in the opalescent colors of flint (clear), blue and green.

The Pickle castor shown is the GRACE pattern and is illustrated in “Victorian Colored Pattern Glass, Book 5: U.S. Glass From A-Z” (Heacock. Dugan, Vintage (Pre), Carnival Glass, Glassware, Glass, Pottery & Glass. Shop the Largest Selection, Click to See.

Search eBay faster with PicClick. Money Back Guarantee ensures YOU receive the item you ordered or get your money back. The rage for carnival glass in the United States continued for 10 years ( to about ).

When the market for carnival glass slumped in the s, the lower-quality carnival glass was given away as prizes at carnivals. Fenton was a family-owned business operating from through It made carnival glass in many different colors.

The bottles were made in French opalescent glass with the hobnail pattern. InFenton started selling Hobnail items in French Opalescent, Green Opalescent and Cranberry Opalescent. The Hobnail pattern glass would become the top-selling line and allowed the Fenton company to exist during WWII and to expand after the d: Martins Ferry, Ohio ().

Northwood, a Fenton rival, was founded in in Indiana, Pennsylvania by Harry Northwood. Northwood marketed its first carnival glass inand it became their most popular product.

Nevertheless, Northwood produced a wide variety of opalescent, decorated, and special effect glasses like splatter glass. Learn about Carnival, Fenton, Northwood, Opalescent, and other Depression glass. The phrase "Sandwich Glass" is used to refer to two different categories of glassware.

The most accurate of the two would be in reference to the glassware produced by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Co., Cape Cod Glassworks, and their contemporaries in and around the town of Sandwich, Massachusetts, from the s into the s.The book was published by the National Greentown Glass Association, Inc and edited by James Measell.

Greentown's original Holly pattern toothpick holder in Golden Agate (Holly Amber), for example, is one of the rarest and most costly pattern glass toothpicks.

Originals in good condition can sell for $$ and are always in demand.