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EVIDENCE FROM AMELUNG: FRAGMENTS FROM NEW BREMEN C. 1785-95 FREDERICK, MARYLAND | HistoricalGlass.com

EVIDENCE FROM AMELUNG: FRAGMENTS FROM NEW BREMEN C. 1785-95 FREDERICK, MARYLAND

 

 

 

 

Emerald green from New Bremen! Looks like a tooled lip, what a color! Usually any piece of early tabelware found in this color automatically gets attributed to Great Britain.There is so much to learn in regard to the exploration of 18th c. American Glass. Literally everyone blowing glass was from England or somewhere in Europe. So when we consider all aspects of buisness and  tradition why would it be any diferent in early America? They were copying what they made back home. By the way, this sherd is non-lead soda lime rich.