A pretty pale lavender glass originally made clear, but due to the manganese used in glass at the turn on the 20th century, the glass has a chemical reaction with the sun after many, many years turning it a pale purple. Known to collectors as amethyst glass.
Rich antique ruby glass was originally a beer bottle from the 1940's made for Schlitz Beer, and a line of ruby dishes made during the depression era known as Royal Ruby.
Unusual deep olive color found in late 1800's through mid 1900's soda and wine bottles. Beautiful!
Ice Blue glass from broken World War II era Mason Jars.
Remember those blue bottles from your grandmother's house?
Deep amber glass from reclaimed antique Clorox, whiskey, and countless amber beer bottles.
Common in every household during the 20th century, now lay in masses in the old dumps.
Antique pink glass made during the 1930's and 40's in great quantities, now highly prized by collectors around the world. From the many broken dishes and housewares found in the old glass dumps.
The embossing pattern will vary on each piece, but each will reflect the beautiful delicate Cherry Blossom pattern made so popular long ago.
Rich deep cobalt glass from early to mid 1900's Noxzema, Milk of Magnesia, and Vick's Vap-o-Rub bottles!
From beautiful emerald green beer bottles! Imagine how many beer bottles were tossed away in the last century that are just laying out there now!
Pure white milk glass from vintage Pond's Cold Cream bottles. These little white bottles were produced by the millions throughout the 1900's, and lay all over the woods