Amber Glass Collection
According to the antique experts at www.kovels.com, amber glass is the name of any glassware that has the proper yellow-brown shading. The yellow-brown shading was very popular just after the Civil War and many pressed glass pieces were made of amber glass. Depression glass of the 1930s–1950s was also made in shades of amber. Other amber glass pieces can be found in Depression glass, Pressed Glass, and other glass categories. All types are being reproduced.
Amber glass vessels look best when placed near a light source so that the color of the glass becomes the focal point of the display. Since it’s all about the amber glow, I recommend a minimal approach to the floral you use. A single stem or a few branches are all you need. Take a look at the single stem of foliage in the teardrop vase. This particular foliage also happens to be called “liquid amber.” I call this look Urban Foliage!
A similar product from my collection would be The Colors of the Season.
Four petite, colored glass bottles, each displaying a single Circus bi-color rose. These look great lined up along a window ledge with the autumn sun shining through. It’s like they’re on stage and in the spotlight!