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of Coalbournbrook Glass Works, Stourbridge, West Midlands (previously Worcestershire). Telephone: Stourbridge 227. Cables: "Glassware, Stourbridge"

Manufacturers of coloured fancy glass, including reproduction antique threaded ware, old English waved ware, old Irish bubbly glass, opaque white "splashed" ware and marbled effects similar to Gray-Stan.

1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Fancy, Domestic and Mounting Glassware; also Antique Re-productions in ruby and a variety of colours; also Crystal Glassware, Plain, Cut and Intaglio[1] Decorated. (Stand No. G.36) [1]


  • Intaglio - a cut figure in which the design is hollowed out.

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1929 British Industries Fair Page 73
  2. Chambers English Dictionary
  • [1] Great Glass