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Adams and Company
1870–90
Bohemian
second quarter 19th century
American
1730–70
British
1780–1800
1800–1900
Dr. Antonio Salviati Company
ca. 1868
American
1850–60
David Wolff
ca. 1765
Hobbs, Brockunier and Company
after 1886
Italian, Venice (Murano)
17th century
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1850–70
Dutch
17th–18th century
Hobbs, Brockunier and Company
ca. 1885–87
Corning Glass Works, Steuben Division
1920s
British
probably ca. 1780
German, Silesia
ca. 1740
Adams and Company
1870–90
British
1765–75
Italian, Venice (Murano)
19th century
New England Glass Company
1855–70
German, Nuremberg
1750–75
Iran
ca. early 4th millennium BCE
China
German, Potsdam
1725–1735
British or Dutch
18th century
Dutch
probably late 17th–early 18th century
Flemish, Liège
late 16th century
Southern German
mid-18th century
Bakewell, Pears and Company
1850–70
German, Nuremberg
1750–75
Bohemian
ca. 1830–40
American
1865–75
Hobbs, Brockunier and Company
1880–87
Bohemian
1830–40
Façon de Venise, northern European
probably 17th century, possibly late 19th century
American
1700–1800
British
ca. 1720–40
British
late 19th century
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
ca. 1867
British, probably Bristol
1750–1800