Mt. Washington Glass Co.
The Mount Washington Glass Company (1870-1894) of New Bedford, Massachusetts was probably the largest manufacturer of art glass in the late 1800s. This company marketed quantities of glass with a stained-glass appearance called Royal Flemish, as well as glass enameled to look like porcelain. The glass was sold under the trade names of Albertine, Dresden, and Crown Milano. Mt. Washington Glass Co. also made Burmese (which used uranium and gold to produce a delicate pink-to-yellow color) and some other shaded wares.
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