Woman’s Day dictionary of Victorian art glass

Victorian art glass has come into its own with the return to favor of things Victorian, furniture as well as decorative accessories. Ranging widely in style, sometimes simply, but for the most part intricately-shaped, occasionally resembling other materials such as china or stone, this ornamental glassware had one dominant characteristic: color.

Opaque glass, shaded glass, iridescent glass, spangle, opalescent glass, frosted glass


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Source publication: Woman's Day

Source publication date: August 1964

Filed under: 1880s, 1890s, 1960s, Home & garden, Magazines, Mementos & memorabilia

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