Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company of Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, was founded in 1894. The company made lamps, tablewares, and art glass. Collectors are particularly interested in the glass made after 1925, including black satin glass, Cosmos (listed in its own category), Martele (which resembled Lalique), Ruba Rombic (1928-1932 Art Deco line), and colored glasswares. Some Consolidated pieces are very similar to those made by the Phoenix Glass Company. The colors are sometimes different. Consolidated made Martele glass in blue, crystal, green, pink, white, or custard glass with added fired-on color or a satin finish. Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company closed during the Great Depression and sent its Martele molds to the Phoenix Glass Company, who eventually produced and sold it under a different name from 1933 to 1936. The company closed for the final time in 1967.