The Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company was founded in 1894, in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. They produced lamps, shades, vases, pressed and blown tableware, art glass and much more.
In 1926, they introduced a line called Martele, glassware imitating glassware made by Rene Lalique. In 1927, they introduced the Catalonian line, based on early 17th century Spanish glass. Other popular Consolidated Glass patterns include Cosmos and Ruba Rombic.
Consolidated Glass closed in 1933 during the Great Depression, and moved the Martele molds to the Phoenix Glass Company. They continued to produce that line under a different name, Phoenix Reuben-Line, from 1933 to 1936. They reopened under new management in 1936 and continued thru the 1940’s. The factory finally closed in 1967.
Consolidated Glass Marks
Consolidated Glass Patterns, Designs, Lines
Catalonian (1927) – popular colors include amethyst, blue, honey, jade, ruby red
Martele – popular colors include blue, crystal, green, pink, white
Ruba Rombic (1928) – part of Art Deco line
Popular Consolidated Glass
Pitchers – water pitcher
Consolidated Glass Value, Price Guide
High $ – Mid $$$