Tom Jiamachello presentation about early Consolidated glass at the July 2008 convention of the Phoenix & Consolidated Glass Collectors Club. Much of this glass was made when Consolidated Glass Company was located in Fostoria Ohio. Visit our website at www.pcgcc.org
1. Guttate 11. Cosmos
2. Overlapping Leaf 12. Shell Overlapping
3. Bulging Leaf 13. Palm Leaf
4. Criss-Cross 14. Torquay
5. Shell & Seaweed 15. Pansy, Six
6. Bulging Loops 16. Pine Apple
7. Fish 17. Triple Bud
8. Cone 18. Ribbon Band
9. Cord & Tassel 19. Little Scroller
10. Leaning 20. Swirl, Two-way
H 11. E
2. I 12. Q
3. A 13. K
4. F 14. S
5. P 15. L
6. B 16. M
7. G 17. T
Now let’s see more examples of some of the
beautiful glass Consolidated created!
Early Consolidated glass came in both
cased, opaque & variegated colors.
Here are some examples.
Consolidated’s most common color was PINK (rose =
cased pink / mauve = variegated pink).
Consolidated’s second most common color was “turquoise”
(BLUE), opaque & cased colors - a brilliant aqua blue
(cased in blue) & a light blue (cased in crystal)
Consolidated’s third most common color is “marine”
(opaque green), in both glossy & satin finish.
Consolidated’s fourth most common color was “canary”
(yellow), but only in cased glass.
Consolidated’s least common colors were cranberry &
ruby” (Pigeon Blood) & milk glass.
Now, let’s see the full range of Consolidated early patterns.
The order follows the handout.
Here we go! Which one is your favorite??
Swirl, Two-Way: (7 color variations)
scarce colors - salt & pepper shakers
Torquay (omn: Paris 1898): (7 color variations)
Photo courtesy of Brad Gougeon
Torquay: (7 color variations)
scarce Pigeon Blood glass
Triple Bud: (4 color variations): salt & pepper shakers
Venecia (Line 94 Ruby): (2 color variations)
Vine Border: (4 color variations): salt & pepper shakers
I hope you have enjoyed seeing the beautiful glass
that Consolidated created, thanks to the genius of
There are print and online references at the back
of the handout for further exploration.