Vaseline Glass

Mosser's solid Vaseline glass glows beautifully under black light. It will not lose the pretty color like low quality paint coated glass.



Mosser Glass Covered Candy Dish Emerald Opal

Mosser Hand-Crafted Candy Dishes and Serving Bowls

This finely crafted glassware makes wonderful gifts or cheerful additions to your own collection! Fill them with candy or place them on display in a cabinet. You will be pleased with the quality and weight of these antique replica heirloom quality pieces.

Mosser Glass Red Bird Collectible Figurine

Antique Replica Mosser Glass

Beautiful handcrafted glassware made in the USA! Collectible Mosser Glass is a perfect gift for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Holidays or any special occasion.


Quality Mosser Glass is handmade in Cambridge, Ohio, USA with exquisite craftsmanship. The pieces are vibrant and add outstanding beauty to your decor. The high quality makes Mosser glass an excellent gift. Fashioned to replicate antique glass patterns by the Mosser family since 1959. Many of their designs are original, with some paying tribute to classical Viking, L.G. Wright and Cambridge Glass designs.



Handcrafted Glass

The handcrafted glassware lines consist of Carnival, Vaseline, and Opalescent, as well as hand-decorated pieces. 



Vaseline Glass

Mosser's solid Vaseline glass glows beautifully under black light. It will not lose the pretty color like low quality paint coated glass.



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Sometimes it can be difficult to identify the difference between antique glassware and modern replicas.  Some replications even contain markings to further exacerbate the identification process.  Obviously, the best approach is to seek an expert in the type of collectible before making a significant investment in a piece.  There are a few things that a novice collector can try to aid in the identification process.  Glass pressed into molds before modern techniques often oozed a bit creating a distinct and sometimes almost rough seam.  Old pressed glass will often have bubbles in the glass. Old glass tends to have a more sticky feel than it's newer counterpart.  Try placing your hand on a new piece noticing how it is smooth and slippery as you remove your hand.  Compare the slightly sticky feeling when placing and removing your hand slowly from old glass. 

Vaseline Glass