Art Deco Vanity Dressing Table Set in Amber Cloud Pressed Glass, Polished outside, matt inside. Seven Pieces, 1929 George Davidson & Co, England.
Art Deco Vanity Dressing Table Set, Seven Pieces, in Amber Cloud Pressed Glass, Polished outside, matt inside. The Amber Colour was first introduced in 1929 by George Davidson & Co, England.
The Cloud Glass technique is a form of pressed art glass and was invented byThomas Davidson in 1923. By applying streaks of dark coloured glass to paler glass, a random swirled, clouded pattern is created. It continued to be made up by the Company until World War II.
Oval Tray diameter 30 x 21 cm 11.8" x 8.66" 1 Lidded Trinket Dish height 13 cm 5.11" 2x Lidded Trinket Dish height 9 cm 3.54" 1 Small Ring Dish and 2 Candle Holders
Total weight Complete Set: 2.5 kg
The Teams Flint Glass Works in Gateshead was founded in 1867 by George Davidson, which later became known as George Davidson & Co when it was taken over by his son Thomas Davidson in 1891. After 120 years of supplying high quality pressed glass to the world, the factory finally closed in 1987.