|Antique mercury glass
Made of soda-lime glass
and blown-molded, the
interior of the bowl is
was done during the
annealing, or cooling
phase. The outside is
decorated in a pattern
typical of the 1870's by
an etching technique
consisting of granulate
|Collecting Mercury Glass
Mercury glass can be found in antique
shops, at antique shows, and of course,
through a search of many Internet auction sites such as
TIP: read descriptions carefully! The most highly
collected pieces of mercury glass retain their original
seal and show no loss of the inner silver coating.
ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT CONDITION
BEFORE YOU BID!
PRICES FOR MERCURY GLASS DEPEND
ON CONDITION, QUALITY, AND RARITY!
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"MIRRORED IMAGES : AMERICAN SILVERED GLASS"
AN IMPORTANT EXHIBIT ARRANGED AND SPONSORED BY THE
MUSEUM OF AMERICAN GLASS, WHEATON VILLAGE, MILLVILLE,
NEW JERSEY HELD IN 2001
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