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Imperial Glass Company - Wikipedia

The Imperial Glass Company is located in Bellaire, Ohio with a factory located on 29th Street and the offices located on Belmont Street. The factory was razed in 1995 to make room for commercial development and the Belmont Street location was transformed into a museum known as the National Imperial Glass Museum. The building was placed on the National Register on 1983-09-08.Location: 29th and Belmont Sts., Bellaire, Ohio…

Cambridge Glass - Wikipedia

In November 1960, Imperial Glass Company of Bellaire, Ohio, acquired the Cambridge molds and equipment. 1984 saw Imperial forced into bankruptcy. At this time the National Cambridge Collectors purchased many of the molds, all of the etching/decorating …Headquarters: Cambridge, Ohio, USA…

National Imperial Glass Collectors Society

beverage ware, Cathay and Milk Glass would follow from the 1930's to 1950's. Slag Glass, reissued Carnival, Collectors Crystal, Peachblow, and numerous gift-type glassware would be made before the company would close its doors in 1984. Two of Imperial's best known designs originated in the 1930's.…

Imperial Glass Company - Carnival Glass

The above company history on Imperial Glass came from the "Imperial Collectors Glasszette" news letter, and is the property of the Imperial Collectors Glasszette, and in in way can be copied with out their consent. Written by Willard Kolb. He is a glass researcher who resides in St. Clairsville, OH.…

HOME [imperialartglass.net]

This site was created to further knowledge of the beautiful art glass produced in the 1920's by the Imperial Glass Company of Bellaire, Ohio. Although other art glass was produced by Imperial earlier in its history, this effort will concentrate on the last and the best, Lead Lustre and Free Hand, respectively.…

IMPERIAL GLASS INFORMATION & HISTORY - Collectics

The Imperial Glass Company was established in 1901 by an ex-riverboat captain and experienced glassmaker Edward Muhleman, although they didn't begin producing the iridescent Carnival glass for which they became best known until 1909. They produced almost the total spectrum of American glass styles of the era including slag glass, stretch glass, opalescent glass, milk glass, black glass, and ...…