Gibson Cruet XV, Tear Drop Style, Vaseline Crackled Glass, 1999.
Gibson Cruet XV, Tear Drop Style, Vaseline Opalescent Crackled Glass, 1999.
Vaseline Opalescent Long Neck Glass From The Respected Loren (Butch) Morse Collection. This Beautiful Properly Marked Cruet Is In Excellent Condition and Features The Traditional Short-Cropped Spout. It Explodes Under Black Light. This Gibson Treasure Represents One Of The Last Hand-Blown Glass Companies In The U.S.
The Gibson Glass Company was established by Charles Gibson, who began working as a glassmaker during the 1950s, working first within the established glass companies ‘Indiana Glass’ and ‘Blenko’, amongst others. His own company opened in 1976, only to close one year later after Charles Gibson decided to change careers.
The company was reopened in 1983 by Gibson and his son Phillip. It closed again in 2006.
Gibson Glass’s most famous products are probably their glass cruets, though they were also known for a wide range of glassware products, both purely decorative and practical.
Item Code - GLA10A271AEA
Width: 4" Height: 7 5/8" Depth: 3 3/4" Weight: 345 g
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