Moss agate glass




Moss agate glass


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Moss agate glass


Meaning of term moss agate glass

A variety of Art Glass developed by John Northwood (1836-1902) and Frederick Carder (1863-1963) in England in the late 1880s. It was made by casing a parison of SODA LIME glass with colorless lead glass, then covering it with powdered glass of several col


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Corning Museum of Glass | Glass dictionary. (1993). Retrieved February 12, 2008, from


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