Manufacturers and distributors of laboratory glassware.www.business.com/legal/laboratory-glassware/
Directory of custom mugs and glasses. Find offers from providers of promotional mugs, including custom coffee mugs and promotional glassware in a wide range of sizes and styles.www.business.com/sales-and-marketing/custom-mugs-and-glasses/
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Companies offering sales, promotion and distribution services.www.business.com/consumer-products/television-distributors/
Distributors and wholesalers of textiles for home décor and apparel.www.business.com/consumer-products/fabric-distributors-and-wholesalers/
Directory of antique dealers, auction houses, and online distributors of antiques, art and collectibles.www.business.com/consumer-products/antiques-and-collectibles/
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Glassware is a general term that includes any temporary container made from glass. Glass bottles and jars are typically not included in the category of glassware. Glassware does include tumblers, wine glasses, beer glasses, pitchers, vases, punch bowls, laboratory vials and containers, cocktail stemware, candy dishes, measuring cups, bakeware, carafes and beakers. Glassware is often given as a wedding gift and is a staple of wedding registries across the U.S. Glassware intended for home use may be formal or casual, and the price and quality of the glass are often deciding factors as to whether your glassware is appropriate for everyday use or whether you should reserve it for entertaining guests.
Some types of antique glassware have become collectibles, and fetch high prices for a single piece. Examples include Fostoria glass, Carnival glass, and Depression-era glassware from a variety of companies.
Modern glassware manufacturers often mass-produce their products for sale at department stores, discount stores, and specialty stores. Glassware can be made by blowing, molding, fusing, or cutting the glass. Some manufacturers use traditional methods and make glassware in small batches, which makes it more valuable than mass-produced glassware. Popular manufacturers of modern glassware include Libbey, Mikasa, Pyrex, and Pfaltzgraff.
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