Category Archives: Freeblown Glass

A most unusual free blown bottle

A most unusual free blown bottle 24 October 2015 Here are some really cool pictures and an email from Gene Baudouin about a most unusual free blown bottle. I posted it on the Peachridge Glass FaceBook page and the airwaves … Continue reading

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My Visit to the Sandwich Glass Museum | Part 1

My Visit to the Sandwich Glass Museum | Part 1 of 2 by Sandor P. Fuss 15 June 2014 Hi Ferdinand, I am going to send you 70 pictures that I took during my visit to the Sandwich Glass Museum … Continue reading

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Manchester Display Photo Gallery

More pictures from the FOHBC 2013 National Antique Bottle Show in Manchester, New Hampshire. Display awards were announced this past Sunday afternoon near the conclusion of the show. Congratulations are in order to Michael George and his Stoddard Glass Factory exhibit … Continue reading

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Manchester Seminar Pictures

Manchester, NH Seminars I wanted to get some pictures up as quickly as I could. Returned today from Manchester with Elizabeth. The seminars, simply put, were awesome, informative and well attended. It was truly hard to select a topic each … Continue reading

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2013 Bottle Battle Highlights

New England Bottle Battle I wanted to get some posts and pictures out as quickly as I could. It has been insane here in a good way. A few pictures have been put up on the PRG facebook page. The … Continue reading

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Singing along at Dyottville Glass Works

For a number of reasons I have been searching through old Philadelphia directories searching for information. I couldn’t help but to get side tracked on Dyottville Glass Works again and in particular on a series of ‘rosy’ comments that paint … Continue reading

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2013 National Antique Bottle Show Seminars Announced

Manchester, NH Seminars Michael George, show chair and Rick Ciralli, seminar coordinator for the 2013 FOHBC National Antique Bottle Show in Manchester, New Hampshire just announced officially, an exciting line-up of seminars and presenters that will want to be added … Continue reading

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“knife-edged” Pitkins made by “that guy”

Hi Ferd, This Sunday a week ago, the annual members’ meeting of the Museum of Connecticut Glass was held at the Manchester Connecticut Historical Society. One of the highlights was an outstanding presentation by Tom Haunton on 20th Century South Jersey … Continue reading

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Charles Flint Glass Blowing Images

Charles Flint posted some really great pictures last week of early glass blowing techniques. I have nested these together and archived. Hope you enjoy. Thanks Charles! Read More: Boys in Glass Houses – Taking on the Mannerisms of Men Read More: Glass … Continue reading

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The Sale of The Private Collection of George S. McKearin – 1931 & 1932

Recognized as the Finest and Most Comprehensive in Existence Stiegel – South Jersey – New York State – New England – Ohio and Mid-Western – Blown Three-Mold INCLUDING MANY UNIQUE EXAMPLES WITH SOURCES FULLY AUTHENTICATED A Small Group of American … Continue reading

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