Cranberry glass has a lively berry-red color that has fascinated collectors since Victorian times.
This color remains popular today, due to its distinctive beauty and clarity.
The cranberry I’m looking for is a cheerful claret or burgundy red, as compared to rich ruby red glassware, though they both have gold in common. It takes a tiny bit of gold to make this beautiful glass.
It’s tough to find glassware in the right condition in the secondary marketplace, because the fine glass pieces are often delicate and don’t hold up to rough handling.
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