Mosaic Glass Company Windowpanes

Oct 17, 2022 | Museum Monday Treasures

Today’s Museum Monday treasure from the Museum of American Glass in WV is a small collection of art glass windowpanes in brilliant colors with elaborate embossed designs. These tiles were originally made by the Mosaic Glass Company of Fostoria, Ohio, from 1891 until 1903. At that time the factory moved and became the Addison Glass Company, operating in Addison, N. Y. Regardless of which factory these gems came from, they are truly treasures and highly esteemed by collectors today.

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