Manufacturer Mount Washington Glass Company American

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 706

During the late 1880's and early 1890's, the Mount Washington Glass Company began producing wares in opal or opaque glass decorated with gilding, enamel and enamel beads. Inspired by Near Eastern motifs, the patented glass was given exotic sounding names such as "Burmese" and "Crown Milano".

Vase, Mount Washington Glass Company (American, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1837–1958), Blown glass, enameled and gilded, Crown Milano, American

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