Other factors affecting value include condition and market auction, store, eBay, etc. The family said it was bought from a dealer that declared it was Blenko, so we assume it is. Blenko Colors Page Glass Collectors - The Four All photos on this site are the property of their respective owners. The first two produced most of the smaller pieces, like mini-pitchers, jugs, and vases that are commonly seen at garage sales and thrift stores. Note: The surface is reheated after crackling to strengthen and smooth the surface. Has the pontil scar on the bottom. Pontil mark on the bottom, but no makers mark.
Bischoff, Blenko, Kanawha, Pilgrim, and Rainbow were five well-known companies Cruets, cups, decanters, glasses, jugs, pitchers, and vases were the most common items made. Be sure to search our other Jack Frost Crackled available. Would make excellent juice glasses too. It is still in business and is best known today for its modern decorative wares and stained glass. This is their Nile Green color. Find out more in our. .
This was hand-formed, then dipped in cool water to achieve the fine crackle. No scratche, cracks, chips or cloudiness. Values are based on my personal experience being in the antique business for almost twenty years. Each piece of collectible crackle glass was hand blown by a glass artisan. The glass was then re-heated and either mold or hand-blown into the shape the glass blower desired. Both Blenko and Pilgrim continue to produce crackle glass, using many of their older designs.
Let Us Help Make Your Ownership Dream Come True! You can sort by any title. In 1933, his son, William H. See more ideas about Crackle glass, Blenko glass and Pilgrim. Not sure of the maker. The most common blue glass pitcher material is glass.
Although numerous companies were known to have manufactured crackle glass in the United States, a mere handful produced the vast majority available. Not for commercial use including, but not limited to: Internet auctions or web sites. We guarantee all items to be as described. You can sort by any title. Contact seller before placing order. The Pitcher measures 4 Inches in diameter at the top X 5 Inches in diameter at the bottom.
With its glowing orange to dark orange fade of color and its crackle design, this petite vintage amberina pitcher would look delightful on a windowsill and will certainly brighten up any room. Same as Yellow Same as Opaline Yellow Specialty Colors Color Comparisons Copyright www. You'll have a pretty wreath in just a few hours! You'll have a pretty wreath in just a few hours! Proud Active Member in Good Standing of : Vintage Jewelry Sellers on Etsy Got Vintage? Its beautiful jewel-tones have attracted many collectors over the years. Pontil has been ground smooth. The size is on the photo. Note that values vary from state to state, region to region, and country to country; for example, I live in Upstate New York, which has very different pricing from New York City.
All our shipping prices include: signature confirmation and insurance where available. The most popular colors include those that were costly to make: ruby red, cobalt, tangerine, amberina, and cranberry, and those with a short production life: smoke and gray. Find out more in our. This look is purposefully achieved by dipping hot glass into cold water, and it became very popular in the mid-twentieth century. Has the rough pontil on the bottom. Blenko Glass Company is the 1930s successor to several glassworks founded by William John Blenko in Milton, West Virginia. It was probably made by The Pilgrim Glass Co.
Maybe this is Blenko, I can't be sure. Simply divine, but no idea of the maker or time era. In the late 1940s it hired talented designers and made innovative pieces. It has a polished bottom-rim , showing a little bottom-wear as it should. Not sure who made this, Nice and heavy. Blenko pieces were known to have solid colors, hand-tooled shapes, and handmade quality.
Pontil on the bottom and some wear which shows age. California, 1940s : : Crackle 15. It was the Venetian Glass Makers of the 16th Century that invented this marvelous process. No cracks can be felt on either the interior or exterior. Well you're in luck, because here they come.
I believe this was due to the crudeness of the mold and not damages. These I am selling as a set for one price. Intensely Crackled Deep Amethyst Crackle Glass Pitcher with amethyst Pontil Crackle Glass is known by other names: Craquelle Glass, Ice Glass and Overshot Glass. Click on any of the top titles to sort. This Pitcher is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. If you run your hand over Crackle Glass, you can feel the cracks, but the inside would be smooth to touch.