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George Herbert's famous poem about glass
I have created these glass galleries using photos of some of the 2,000+ items of antique, period and
collectable glass that I have sold on eBay over the past years with the intention of helping any glass
collectors ( plus dealers ) to be able to identify and to attribute glass items. Wherever possible I have
stated who I believe may have made an item and when it was likely to have been manufactured. This
information is largely based on known trademarks, design registrations and published references plus
some research but in a few instances some of the attributions may be open to debate. I would therefore
welcome being informed of any glass identification or attribution that is known to be incorrectly stated.

1st.Glass Gallery of Glass Flower Frogs Sold On eBay
Gallery of Glass Flower Frogs   
1st.Glass Gallery of Milk Glass
Gallery of Milk Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Art Deco Glass
Gallery of Art Deco Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Slag Glass
Gallery of Slag Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Vaseline Glass / Uranium Glass
Gallery of Vaseline Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Davidson Cloud Glass
Gallery of Cloud Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Victorian Glass Sold on eBay
Gallery of Victorian Glass   
1st.Glass Gallery of Other Glass
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 The title verse above: "A man that looks on glass, on it may stay his eye. Or if he pleaseth, through 
 it pass and then the Heaven espy". was written by George Herbert (1593-1633), the clergyman of a 
 small rural parish in the county of Wiltshire, England and it is taken from his poem:-  " The Elixir ". 


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