Rare 8" Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams

This is truly the rarest color combination I have seen in vaseline glass - the color is a sort of amberina (almost a peach color) shading to a vaseline glass. I believe this was made by Stevens & Williams glass but if you check American Art Glass by John Shuman, page 53, sandwich amberina tankard, the color of the amberina resembles that of an item made by Sandwich Glass Company. If this item is American it is very rare - and even if it is English the color combination is still rare.

The glass is in perfect condition, has air bubbles and a couple of dark specks from manufacturing. If you need additional pictures please email me.

I am not able to identify the pattern on this glass - it looks like fish scales or could be some some of drape. Again if anyone has the name of the pattern please let me know.

Item ID: T355


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Rare 8" Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams

Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams
Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams
Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams
Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams
Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams
Rare 8"  Water Pitcher - Amberina Shading to Vaseline Glass - Stevens & Williams

This is truly the rarest color combination I have seen in vaseline glass - the color is a sort of amberina (almost a peach color) shading to a vaseline glass. I believe this was made by Stevens & Williams glass but if you check American Art Glass by John Shuman, page 53, sandwich amberina tankard, the color of the amberina resembles that of an item made by Sandwich Glass Company. If this item is American it is very rare - and even if it is English the color combination is still rare.

The glass is in perfect condition, has air bubbles and a couple of dark specks from manufacturing. If you need additional pictures please email me.

I am not able to identify the pattern on this glass - it looks like fish scales or could be some some of drape. Again if anyone has the name of the pattern please let me know.

Item ID: T355


Please visit our Vintage Collectible Category for items on Jade, Wood Carving, Hardstone and other treasures.

$625 USD

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