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Amberina Glass

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

Amberina Diamond-Optic Punch Cups,

Rose Amber Tankard Pitcher with Engraved Fern Design - 6 inch HOA

Rose Amber Celery with tightly crimped rim

Rose Amberina Creamer, 2 7/8 inch HOA, 2 5/8 inch DOA with 1 inch neck

Mt Washington Amberina Diamond Optic Spooner

New England Plated Amberina Creamer - Tankard Shape - 5 1/2 inch HOA

Antique Plated Amberina, syrup, ribbed, tufts silver plate, 6" | Glass | Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide |

Antique Plated Amberina, vase, pinched sides, rectangular, 4-fold ruffled rim, 4" | Glass | Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide | 2 |

New England Glass company | New England Glass Co,plated cruet | Amberina Glass

New England Amberina Ice Bucket Thumbprint Optic Cut Star Pontil - 5 inch HOA

Amberina Decanter Diamond Optic - Dimpled with Applied Rigaree

New England Amberina Creamer shape also used in Pomona, Agata, and Wild Rose Peachblow

New England Amberina Toothpick

New England Amberina Thumb Print Optic - 2 1/2 inch HOA


Kanawha Glass Amberina Satin Pitcher Vas

Victorian American Cut And Shaded Amberina Pitcher

Mt. Washington Glass Company,Celery Vase

Antique American Art Glass, reverse amberina thumbprint pattern by Mt. Washington Glass Co. in the 1880's

Reverse Amberina glassware from Mt. Washington Glass Company, Ca. 1850