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The Imperial Glass Company was
established in 1901 by an experienced glassmaker Edward
Muhleman, In the early days made pressed glass as was the fashion of the day, glasses, compotes, bowls, and
other household tableware and accessories. In 1904, they began making Carnival glass
that immediately became their
most popular production line . they were particularly well known for the rich
iridescence of their pieces and especially their purple glass which was much
less commonly found from other manufacturers. Imperial was closely identified with more sculptural and
geometric forms producing a much wider variety of glass such as glass
Decorated glass, vases, dishes, bowls, , candlesticks, candle holders, oil
lamps, decorative glass, cake plates, tumblers, glass shades, pitchers,carafes,
decanters, ice buckets, bowls, gift ideas, jewelry boxes, perfume bottles,
decanters, business card holders, ring holders, cuspidors, baskets, toothpick
holders, oil candles, glass pumpkins, garden floats, glass floats, ashtrays,
baskets, powder jar, temple jar, water cooler, washing pots and hand blown
blown glass vase, art glass bowl,Powder Jar, Flowerpot, Drink Set, dishes, gups,
tumblers, ashtrays,urns, water sets, window boxes.candleholders, carafes, cocktail shakers,
compotes, creamer, cordial sets, decanters, dresser set, fruit baskets, goblet,
jiggers, punchbowl. They produced new colors such as "smoke"
and "clambroth" and marigold glass in huge quantities.
They produced other glass styles of the including slag glass, stretch glass, opalescent
glass, milk glass, black glass, and novelty glass animals. Imperial was more
successful than most other American manufacturer's of Carnival glass in
exporting to Europe Depression glass from earlier Imperial Glass molds.
Candlewick glass was a pattern of elegant depression era glass produced in the
Imperial s began producing reproduction Carnival glass in the 1960s as collector
interest began to be revived. They also acquired other struggling but formerly
well known glass companies until Lenox bought the company ,
beginning a period of decline until finally ceasing operations in 1983.