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Flashed Glassware


The popularity of Joseph Locke’s Amberina prompted the production of what is known as “flashed wares” to the trade. An article of glass was formed and the inner surface of the object was partially coated with a thin plating of glass of another, more dominant, color – usually a ruby red. The result was a parti-colored, shaded glassware. Continue reading Flashed Glassware