Amberina, a two towned glassware was origionally made from 1883 to about 1900. It was patented by Joseph Locke of the New England Glass Company,but was also made by other companies and is still being produced today. The glass shades from red to amber, blue &,green . Amberina is usually red at the top because it is much easier to reheat the top of a piece than the bottom. Glass shaded from blue to amber is called Blue Amberina or Bluerina. See from the photos the difference in color and shading
19th C MT Washington Amberina American Art Glass Cruet "Inverted Thumbprint" | eBay
More Sharing Services Description OVAL SPOT-OPTIC PICKLE CASTER, Rose Amber/amberina, polished pontil mark, Rogers Smith & Co., Meriden quadruple-plate stand with tongs and fork. Probably Mt. Washington Glass Co. Fourth quarter 19th century. 10 1/2 HOA, 4 H jar.
1399: OVAL SPOT-OPTIC PICKLE CASTER : Lot 1399
BLOWN-MOLDED HOBNAIL AMBERINA PICKLE CASTER, brilliant fuchsia to amber, jar base with 18 petals and a polished pontil mark, ornate Rogers Bro. #122 quadruple-plate stand with birds. Probably Mt. Washington Glass Co. Fourth quarter 19th century.
1389: BLOWN-MOLDED HOBNAIL AMBERINA PICKLE CASTER : Lot 1389
Victorian AMBERINA 19th cent art glass 4" tumbler inverted thumbprint deep reds
Victorian Amberina: Glass | eBay
138: Fenton Glass Amberina Decorated Basket : Lot 138
5 1/2" X 6 3/4" AMBERINA ART GLASS COVERED BUTTER DISH.
66: 5 1/2" X 6 3/4" AMBERINA ART GLASS COVERED BUTTERDI : Lot 66
Victorian Art Glass Rubina Verde Webb Enamaled Decoration Late 1800's Execellent | eBay
Antique EAPG Victorian Hobbs Fenton Polka Dot Amberina Glass 9" Water Pitcher | eBay