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Creating a dynamic range of decorative objects, the Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company developed
some of the most creative pieces of the 20th century. The result of a merger of Ohio and Pennsylvania
producers in 1893, Consolidated glass attracted a following of fans that continues to grow today.
When Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company debuted, their main product lines comprised glass lamps
and lampshades. As their success grew, Consolidated expanded into tableware lines as well and also
incorporated cutting edge trends in glass design. They debuted glassware with an iridescent finish in the
late 19th century that echoed the trends of Tiffany and the Art Nouveau era.
By the early 20th century, Consolidated continued to innovate by responding to the shift toward Art
Deco design. Lead designer Reuben Haley created the Martele line that channeled the streamlined sense of
René Lalique's pieces. Consolidated's ability to consistently respond to contemporary trends made them an
ongoing success. Although they ceased production of their art glass in the late '50s, their pieces are still
In 1910, Consolidate boasted 400 employees, making it then the United States largest
glassmaking company in operation
There are more than 30 lines attributed to Consolidated's design teams
Consolidated always aimed for originality with their designs, but when lines, like Martele, proved to be
so close in quality and beauty to Lalique pieces, that they were initially sold as Lalique
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