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A green ribbed antique vaseline glass.

Identifying Vaseline Glassware?This is a page about identifying Vaseline glassware. This type of glass has be dated back to 79 AD where some was used in a Roman mosaic. Vaseline glassware glows a bright green under ultraviolet light due to the uranium in the glass. Under normal lightening it is a yellowish green color. It is commonly called either uranium or vaseline glass (due to it resemblance to petroleum jelly).



A decorative drinking glass in yellow and white with gold trim.

What Are These Glasses Worth?Have a set of 6. Please tell me if anyone knows what they are worth?


An ornate drinking glass with gold decorations.

Identifying Vintage Glasses?I have a set of vintage glasses that I need help identifying. Any advice will be much appreciated. I was unable to find anything with Google reverse image.


A green glass goblet with a clear stem.

Identifying Old Drinking Glasses?Some old drinking glasses that might be uranium glass since it fluoresces under UV light. No idea how old nor where they are from/bought.


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Value of Pasabahce Glass?I have a set of 8 Pasabahce 5" tall windowpane glasses and they are numbered on the bottom. Are they worth much?


Decorative footed glasses in red and gold.

Value of Glasses?I would like to know if these are worth anything. My nana left me them when she died.


A decorative black and gold glass.

Information about Black and Gold Barware Set?I purchased a set of 6 glasses many years ago at a garage sale. I've researched the archer, I believe this is the makers logo, however I've come up with nothing so I may be incorrect about that. I'm curious who the maker is? When they were made? I'm also very curious if these would be considered an "Industrial Age" design? What type of barware are they? High-ball glasses?


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