Burmese Glass History

It was made in 1885 by the Mount Washington Glass Company  of New Bedford Massachusetts. Burmese glass found favor with Queen Victoria From 1886, the British company of Thomas Webb & Sons was licensed to produce the glass. Their version, known as Queen's Burmeseware, which was used for tableware and decorative glass, often with painted decoration. Burmese was also made after 1970 by the Fenton Art Glass Company 

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