Vaseline glass

A Frank Art patinated metal depicting a dancing nude with vaseline glass insert, signed

p4A ItemID E8866888
Fenton Glass Vaseline opalescent epergne

p4A ItemID F7987271
PAIR OF LARGE PILSNER GLASSES possibly vaseline glass, decorated with a male and female dressed in 16th c. garb with scrollwork

p4A ItemID F7978221
BANQUET LAMP. American. 4th quarter-19th century. Square brass base, alabaster stem, shaded green embossed cased glass font, vaseline opalescent shade and clear glass chimney

p4A ItemID F7936568

Vaseline Glass

Vaseline glass obtains its distinctive color by adding a small amount of uranium to the glass formula. It usually can be detected with a black light.

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