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Early Pressed Glass Lines (1889-1931)
A survey of Westmoreland's early pattern glass shows that Westmoreland manufactured no less than 76 different tableware lines from 1889-1940. The largest tableware line was the Early American or English Hobnail line which had approximately 230 pieces in the line by 1940. Some lines such as line 2, 4, 6, 7 and Trilby only had one or two items. Not every Westmoreland Early American Pattern Glass tableware line has been identified or can be found in existing Westmoreland sale catalogues. 28 Picture(s), last one added on 6/17/2016 3:30
American Hobnail
2 Picture(s), last one added on 3/16/2007 7:25
Ashburton
6 Picture(s), last one added on 6/17/2016 3:31
Swirl and Ball
Technically this pattern is called "Swirl and Ball" though collectors today commonly refer to this pattern as "Ball and Swirl." 7 Picture(s), last one added on 6/15/2016 6:32
Beaded Edge
6 Picture(s), last one added on 6/17/2016 3:31
English Hobnail
The 555 English Hobnail line was the largest pattern line that Westmoreland produced. This pattern was made starting in the 1920s and was produced up through the company's closing in 1984. Glass found in this album will span both periods. 10 Picture(s), last one added on 6/16/2016 5:39
Paneled Grape
Line 1881, commonly known as the Paneled Grape line, was first introduced in 1949. Leonard Mayhugh, head mould maker for Westmoreland at that time, is often cited as the chief designer of this very popular pattern. Paneled Grape was produced primarily in milk glass but it was also produced in an array of other colors. The moulds from this line were sold primarily to Gary and Dodi Levi who allowed Fenton and other companies to produce glass out of these original moulds. These moulds are still stored at Fenton. The Plum Glass Company of Plum, Pennsylvania owned the Ice Tea Tumbler mould but it is believed that this mould was scrapped. 11 Picture(s), last one added on 10/12/2012 1:43
Beaded Grape
3 Picture(s), last one added on 3/16/2007 7:41
Old Quilt / Checkerboard
6 Picture(s), last one added on 12/27/2012 3:50
Princess Feather
3 Picture(s), last one added on 3/16/2007 8:10
Della Robbia
9 Picture(s), last one added on 6/16/2016 5:39
Waterford
9 Picture(s), last one added on 2/26/2013 3:45
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