Satin glass was first produced in the 1880s, with two of the most notable manufactures being Thomas Webb in England and Mount Washington in the United States, both of whom produced art glass vases and other decorative items in a range of colors.
This lovely hand blown cased pink satin glass ewer is probably a product of the Thomas Webb Company of England. Gracefully formed with a bulbous bottom, raised base, elongated neck with tightly crimped top and applied arched camphor glass thorn handle. The shading from the top down is a strawberry pink to pale pink at the base. The ewer measures 7 1/2" in height and 4" across the widest part. There are no cracks or repairs, one slight sliver flake on the left edge base of the applied handle (see photo).