First made in Venice in the 16th century. An opaque or translucent milky white or coloured glass blown or pressed into a wide variety of shapes. Colours include blue, pink, yellow, brown, black and white.
- Kanawha Glass Co.
- Fenton Glass Company
- Fostoria Glass Company
- Imperial Glass Company
- Mosser Glass
- Westmoreland Glass Company
Victorian Pressed Milk-Glass Goblet ***
via High Street Market Blog ***
Her etsy site has some amazing glass pieces!
Large Fenton hobnail milk glass pitcher***
a pretty candy dish ***
a ruffled cake plate, Fenton Hobnail pedestal!
I can see a pretty bride cake (bridal shower) on this beauty***
Westmoreland milk glass lace platter ***
These pretty pieces are from 20th century glass ***
Victorian Blue Milk Glass lidded pot
Victorian White Milk Glass Sauce Pot
Victorian Milk Glass Lidded Trinket box
I think milk glass looks fabulous grouped together, as with any other collection. It's unique and quite pretty.
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