New Martinsville


New Martinsville Glass Manufacturing Company was founded in 1901, in New Martinsville, West Virginia. They produced depression glass with Radiance and Moonstone being the two most popular patterns. They also produced an art glass line name Muranese, referred to by collectors as New Martinsville Peach Blow.

The factory burned down in 1907 but reopened a year later. They produced a lot of clear pressed glass patterns, decorated with gold or ruby staining or enameled decoration.

In 1944, the company was bought by The Viking Glass Company. In 1987, former president of Fostoria Glass Company, Kenneth Dalzell, purchased the company and renamed it Dalzell-Viking.

New Martinsville closed down for good in 1998.

New Martinsville Glass Marks
Glass vase

New Martinsville Glass Patterns
Moondrops
Moonstone
Muranese – New Martinsville Peach Blow
Radiance

Popular New Martinsville Glass
Art Glass
Depression Glass

New Martinsville Glass Value, Price Guide
High $ – Mid $$$


1 Comment

  1. LeeAnn Taylor Garito July 4, 2013

    Among a few others missing from the pattern list is Modernistic No. 33. It’s an art deco pattern that was patented in 1928.

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