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LEFT - Mt. Washington Burmese tumbler with Queen's Design decoration - Collection of Ken Depew
RIGHT - Decorated Mt. Washington Peach Blow tumbler - Collection of Ken Depew
LINKS TO WEB SITES ON GLASS
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- Real or Repro An excellent source of information about fakes and reproductions. The link focusses on the glass section.
- Digging I-95: The Archaeology of Northern Liberties, Kensington-Fishtown, and Port Richmond Today pieces of Philadelphia’s long and vibrant history are visible all around us. However, much more of the city’s historic legacy remains buried in the ground beneath our feet, still waiting to be discovered. This buried history, in the form of archaeological sites hundreds or even thousands of years old, can be found all around us, preserved in every corner of the city, and in every neighborhood. Lots of glass history is being uncovered.
- United States Postal
Service. Postage stamps honoring America's First Industry - Glass
- Historic National American Glass Club Web Pages ca. 1999. The links are missing their image buttons but they're all there and still work.
- StartLocal Guide To Glassmaking A valuable primer on Glassmaking for those starting out in glass as well as for the seasoned glass artist and collector. The page also ontains many instructional links to sites throught the glass industry. CHECK IT OUT
- RECYCLING GLASS How A Used Bottle Becomes A New Bottle, In 6 Gifs. A story about recycling glass from National Public Radio's FaceBook page plus follower's comments. Good reading! Thank you New Beford Museum of Glass for the tip.
- What is a Hedwig Beaker? A Corning Museum of Glass Video about the Hedwig Glass in their collection.
Pitcher, Blown, United States, ca. 1940's, Clevenger Bros.,
Clayton, New Jersey. Private collection
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