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    Posted 3 years ago

    glowglassman
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    This glassware was a find of mine over the holiday weekend. I'm just not sure what type of glassware it is or when it originated.
    It's made of thin glass and iridescent around the edges. The flowers have been hand painted onto the glass.

    I am interested in knowing more about this if anyone has any info for me.

    Thanks!!

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
      MacBeth-Evans 'Petalware' c1930s in their decorated Monax glass. The glass was named Monax and described in their patents as "improved relatively dense white glass which may be used with thin shades and powerful illuminating elements and satisfactorily transmit and diffuse the light therefrom; ... and which does not show the dead white dead white characteristic of the well known milk glass."
    2. glowglassman, 3 years ago
      Thank you for the info Tallcakes that will help me out a lot .

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