The word cobalt is derived from the German kobalt, from kobold meaning “goblin”, a term used for the ore of cobalt by miners.
Cobalt blue glass is normally a deep rich blue. Incorporating cobalt oxide in the molten glass mixture makes it. Continue reading Cobalt Blue Glass
Carnival Glass is a colored, pressed glassware with a fired-on iridescent finish made in the United States from about 1905 to 1925. Most of the Carnival Glass was made by four companies; Fenton Art Glass Co., Imperial Glass Co., Millersburg Glass Co., and Northwood Glass Co. Continue reading Carnival Glass
At the beginning of the twentieth century, not later than 1902, Thos. Webb & Sons manufactured a parti-colored transparent ware of great beauty. The glass shaded from a pale citron-yellow color to rose and then to blue in the reheated portions of the article. Continue reading Alexandrite