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Boston and Sandwich Glass Company

Illustration of the manufactory in Sandwich from the American Magazine, 1835
Sandwich glass

The Boston and Sandwich Glass Company was incorporated in 1826 to hold the glass factory built a year earlier in Sandwich, Massachusetts, by Deming Jarves. The factory was closed in 1888 amid disputes with a newly formed glassmakers' labor union.[1]

The factory was one of the earliest to produce pressed glass.[2]

The company was an employer of Nicholas Lutz.[3] The Sandwich Glass Museum now contains many pieces from the company.

References

  1. ^ Chipman, Frank W. (1932). The Romance of Old Sandwich Glass. Sandwich Publishing Company Inc. 
  2. ^ Smith, Leonard H., Jr., ed. (2004). "Glass-Making in Sandwich". Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy: a facsimile edition of 108 pamphlets published in the early 20th century. Baltimore, MD: Reprinted for Clearfield Co. by Genealogical Pub. Co.  
  3. ^ Lee, Ruth Webb (August 1941). "Flashback: Paperweights by Nicholas Lutz". American Collector.  Article reprinted at Collectors Weekly, retrieved May 10, 2013.


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