Founded in , the Westmoreland Glass Company produced glass for almost a century, with the majority of production in Grapeville, Pennsylvania between and By the time the company closed in , Westmoreland produced approximately 90 percent of milk glass in white and other colors. According to art glass author Gene Florence, the best-known Westmoreland milk glass patterns include English hobnail and paneled grape. New collectors will learn a lot in their quest for Westmoreland milk glass. Learn to recognize milk glass by pattern. Gene Florence notes that Westmoreland made more than different pieces of the paneled grape pattern.
How to Identify Westmoreland Milk Glass
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Westmoreland Glass Company distributed massive amounts of product from its Grapeville, Pennsylvania factory from to One of the Westmoreland milk glass patterns found most often by collectors today is Paneled Grape. The mark referenced in that brochure is known by collectors as the WG stacked mark , and most Paneled Grape pieces will indeed have this raised logo somewhere on the base or back depending on the shape of the item.