Historical Glass Museum New Display
Redlands, CA – Do you have an antique water goblet or wine glass you’ve always wanted to identify? Redlands Historical Glass Museum’s newest display, the David and Linda Adams collection of beautiful vintage stemware, may help you identify your piece. If you’re into fine dining, or just appreciate lovely glassware, you’ll want to make sure you see the museum’s most recent collection of fine glass. Each stem is identified by maker, color, pattern, and year. You’re welcome to bring in your stemware to compare with the glass on display. In addition, the museum has nearly every pattern of Depression glass dishes on display identified by maker, color, and pattern.
On display are nine rooms of glass vases, bowls, cruets, perfume bottles, paperweights, candlesticks, decanters, lamps, stemware, bells, glass hats, plates, cake stands, glass kitchenware, and other glass pieces. .Special collections include glass from the Liberace estate, a collection of antique automobile bud vases, over 300 vintage glass cruets, 300 perfume bottles, a large collection of Jadite, milk glass, American Brilliant cut glass, Depression Glass, and more.
The Historical Glass Museum is celebrating its 25th year at 1157 N. Orange Street, Redlands, four blocks north of the I-10 freeway. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m. Information 909-793-3333, http://GlassMuseums.com