You can use this site to find and identify depression era glass patterns, elegant glass patterns and 1940s, 1950s and 1960s era glass patterns. It contains information about each pattern and has pictures of most patterns. All information contained in this site is to the best of our knowledge. The figured glass patterns are :- Arctic Large; Arctic Small; Muranese Small, Muranese Medium; Muranese Large; Pinhead Morocco; Cretan; Oceanic; Rose; Maltese; Japanese; Kaleidoscope; Rippled; Quilted; Persian; Shell; Arabesque. Small Hammered and Double Rolled Cathedral are made in about 100 different sades, including Green, Blue, Amber and Pink.
This extremely popular and versatile shape has been a hit for chandlers trading at markets & online. The geometric pattern on these cut glass jars adds a sophisticated touch. Production by hand rather than machine ensures our Glass Range are stronger, safer and have greater heat resistance than others on the market. SPECIFICATIONS... Since Libbey no longer produces handware or does cutting and engraving, this creates an opportunity for the collector of American glass to form a collection of Libbey glass by periods: 1) Cut Glass (Brilliant), 2) Lightware - Rock Crystal, 3) Amberina - colored glass, 4) Libbey-Nash, 5) Modern American, 6) Machine made-cut, and 7) Miscellaneous paperweights, whimsies, etc., made by the workers and not sold commercially.
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