Ambero art glass.

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Pairpoint Glass Works, New Bedford, MA, USA.
New Bedford, Mass. : Pairpoint Glass Works, [n.d., 1915-1920? ]
9 leaves : col. ill. ; 15 cm.
Format of Material: 
Trade Catalogs
Bib ID: 
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Call Number: 
Pairpoint Glass archive, Folder Ambero art glass
Trade catalog.
2-sided advertising leaflets; each object has a distinctive number (D1500/887; D1501/887, etc.) with a colored illustration of the object on the front and size and price information on the reverse.
This item is part of the Pairpoint Glass Company/Mount Washington collection.
Includes bowls, vases, etc.
Pairpoint Glass Company/Mount Washington collection
Photographed July 2010.
Jane Spillman indicates that Ambero art glass was introduced in 1915, and made for only a short time.
Flooded; some staining and mud.
No. D1500 / 887. Flower or fruit dish --
No. D1501 / 887. Vase --
No. 1502 / 887. Flower or fruit dish --
No. 1503 / 887. Vase --
No. 1504 / 860. Lily dish --
No. 1505 / 887. Vase --
No. 1505 / 897. Vase --
No. 1506 / 860. Lily dish --
No. 1506 / 888. Lily dish.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Mt. Washington and Pairpoint glass, v. 2, by Kenneth M. Wilson, Jane Shadel Spillman and Kirk Nelson: 88066, p. 280-282 No. D1501/887, D1504/860, D1505/897 and D1506/860 not included. NK5112.9.M9 .W74.