Green and Amber
July 17, 2014
As many of you know I shut down First Class Glass in order to get my life and
the business in order. I had planned to reopen for business this spring. As you
can see I didn't make it. I have realzied that I just don't have enough hours in
the day to do everything I need to do. So I have decided to shut down First
Class Glass permanently. That will be effective on August 31, 2014. In the
meantime the website is open and I have placed sales on every item. The
discounts range from 20% to 50% off the price as listed. There will be no
Please note, since I was unable to take a complete inventory there may be some
items that are no longer available. I won't know that until I search for the
items after you've placed an order. If I no longer have an item I will call or
email immediately and let you know.
Thank you for your business and I wish you all long, healthy and happy lives.
The Monongah Glass Co. began in 1903 in W.VA. and was
one of the biggest producers of pressed and blown tumblers and stemware.
Ultimately, Monongah came under the wings of Hocking Glass. It was Monongah that
introduced the line called "Cameo" although they named it Springtime.
However, under Hocking it was re-named "Cameo" and became one of the most famous
and sought-after patterns of depression glass. Monongah was made in almost every
color imaginable. The combination of the amber and green is absolutely
gorgeous when seen in person. Please note,
the number (#) preceding each item refers to our
inventory number. Please use the number when inquiring or ordering. Thank you.
GREEN and AMBER
(PLEASE NOTE: PRICES ARE EACH)
- #490 - 6oz, 4-3/4"
sherbet or champagne goblet $30 (3)
Monongah Glass Green and Crystal.
Monongah Glass Pink,
Monongah Glass Vaseline
First Class Glass
Wells, ME 04090-0416
207-216-9318 Daily 9AM to 9PM EST*
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Latest update July 17, 2014
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