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Vintage Hobnail Milk Glass vase - 7.5”T

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This is authentic USA Milk Glass in the hobnail pattern; raised dots. It is in excellent, mint condition.

ABOUT MILK GLASS

Milk glass is an opaque or translucent, milk white or colored glass that can be blown or pressed into a wide variety of shapes. Opaque Glass originated in 16th century Venice and came in a variety of colors, including white, pink, yellow, blue, and brown. The white variety beloved today rose to prominence during the Victorian era, when it was coveted as an economic dead-ringer for porcelain. The Victorians also get credit for coining the term "milk glass." Its production and popularity waned during the Great Depression but saw a resurgence after World War II. Thanks to a frenzy of mass production during the 1950s and 1960s from companies such as Anchor Hocking, Fenton, and Westmoreland, the mid-century finds are readily available today.