Custard Glass is one of the earliest known colours of glass, it's been around a long time and remains very popular among glass collectors. In the US it got its colour form the addition of uranium salts but the amounts are extremely small. Sowerby Glass and Northwood Glass produced custard glass in large quantities but only small quantities of the genuine article survive today. Adding the occasional rare piece to your glass collection would be wise, just make sure you know what to look for ...
Tips & Advice on Collecting Antique Vaseline Glass...
Collecting vaseline glass can be a minefield, with different definitions for what it is and what it isn't.
So, What exactly is antique vaseline glass.
The UK definition of vaseline glass :
The European definition describes vaseline glass as any kind of creamy yellow glass shading to white with a colour that resembles the original
In 1835 experiments with uranium as a glass colourant were being carried out ...
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