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Webb

Webb glass was made by Thomas Webb & Sons of Ambelcot, England. Many types of art and cameo glass were made by them during the Victorian era. Thomas and George Woodall made Webb cameo glass beginning in 1881. Production ceased by 1891 and the factory was demolished in 1895. Webb Burmese and Webb Peachblow are special colored glasswares of the Victorian era. They are listed at the end of this section. Glassware that is not Burmese or Peachblow is included here.


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Wild Rose, Yellow Amber, 2 Butterflies On Reverse, Impressed, Cameo, c.1888, 7 3/4 In. illustrated
Year Priced
2014
Photo Credit: Skinner, Inc.

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