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Imperial Glass

Imperial Glass Corporation was founded in Bellaire, Ohio, in 1901. It became a subsidiary of Lenox, Inc., in 1973 and was sold to Arthur R. Lorch in 1981. It was sold again in 1982, and went bankrupt in 1984. In 1985, the molds and some assets were sold. The Imperial glass preferred by the collector is freehand art glass, carnival glass, slag glass, stretch glass, and other top-quality tablewares. Tablewares and animals are listed here. The Imperial Glass Corporation also produced blown glass and Candlewick pattern. The others may be found in the appropriate sections.

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Caramel Slag
Dish, Duck Cover, 5 In., Illustrated
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