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FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880

FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880

FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880

Welcome to Antiques & Moore! This listing is for a STUNNING Mt. Washington Burmese Art Glass rose bowl/vase, c. This unusual bowl has beautiful, rich "Burmese" coloration in the glass and is decorated with a tightly crimped, thin gilded line on upper rim.

The bowl is also enamel decorated with gold flowers and leaves around the perimeter of the body. This design is shown on page 41 of the book Mt. Washington Art Glass by Betty B. M easures 3 1/8" high with a top diameter of 4 1/4" and base diameter of the body is 2 3/4. Is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs.

The Mount Washington Glass Company originally produced Burmese glass as the creation of Frederick Shirley in the early 1880's. The color was achieved by adding uranium oxide and gold to a batch of opal glass which created a yellow opaque glass that became salmon colored when reheated. Further reheating would turn the salmon back to yellow. This glass has a brilliant glow similar to vaseline glass when exposed to a black light. In 1886, Mount Washington gave permission to Thomas Webb to produce Burmese glass in England and slightly later other major glass companies created their version of this popular and costly art glass. Expensive to produce, none of the companies produced Burmese glass in a large quantity. The glass is thin and fragile and has always been a desired addition to any Art Glass collection. Fenton produces a line of Burmese glass today, however, their product is much heavier, always signed and is never confused with the earlier glass. We at Antiques & Moore have been in the Antiques business for over 30 years and try to describe our items as accurately as possible. We are happy to answer any questions and always appreciate your business!

The item "FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880" is in sale since Wednesday, August 03, 2016.

This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\North American\Pairpoint/Mt. The seller is "antiquesandmooresales" and is located in Hendersonville, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.
FABULOUS ANTIQUE MT. WASHINGTON BURMESE ART GLASS DECORATED ROSE BOWL, c. 1880