Friday, January 4, 2013

Mercury Glass

Mercury glass was first created in Germany in the early 1800s. 

It was used as a more inexpensive material for candlesticks, vases, goblets, and other objects. 

Mercury, or silvered glass, is glass that has a silvery appearance and it actually contains no mercury.

I have a small collection of new mercury glass and it makes a pretty "wintery" display in my home.

I keep it displayed on my coffee table and end table for the winter months.

It gives off lots of sparkles and glitz!

Do you have any mercury glass pieces?

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  1. Love that you can purchase " new " mercury glass that appears old at a fraction of the price of original, vintage pieces! You have one beautiful pieces. Thnx for sharing. Tiffany

  2. Hi Patti,
    Boy do I ever! I can't get enough of this pretty stuff and you see it everywhere and it's tempting to buy more.
    I keep mine out all year round.

    You have a beautiful collection.


  3. Good Afternoon Patti, Happy New Year to you.
    Do you know, I do not own one piece of mercury glass and yet I really like it.
    Your collection is beautiful. Best Wishes Daphne

  4. These are all so beautiful. Great finds. I have a link party called Wednesdays Adorned From Above Blog Hop and would love to have you share this and any other posts with everyone. It runs from Wednesday through midnight Sunday. Here is the link to the party.
    Debi @ Adorned From Above

  5. We both love Mercury Glass. I've been addin pieces to my collection for several years now. I have a few things waiting in the background for some new tablescape designs. Hope that you're enjoying a quiet January like I'm relishing. Cherry Kay


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