Updated worldwide glass market study 2023 available now for flat, container glass and tableware

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Contact Info

Address Historical Glass Museum of Redlands
Museum of American Glass
1157. N. Orange St.
Redlands, CA 92373
PoBox 921
Country USA
State California
Email Get in contact with Historical Glass Museum of Redlands

Products or Machinery

American made glass form 1800 to present on display in the museum. Admission by donation.

Mission Statement

Glassmaking is an enduring, global, diverse enterprise. As a window to the past, and a vessel to transport us into the future, glass study is justifiable and essential. The Historical Glass Museum Foundation´s mission is multifaceted:

  1. Acquire, document, exhibit, and preserve representative samples of American glassmaking throughout history.
  2. Research early glassmaking techniques and products, and develop an extensive library available to members, scholars, and researchers.
  3. Create educational programs for young people to develop their interest in the glassmaking field.
  4. Encourage and support artistic uses of glass through acquisition and displays of historic and contemporary examples of creative endeavor.
  5. Educate the public about the current uses and future potential of glass by raising their level of awareness of the importance of glass in their day-to-day existence.
  6. Sponsor classes in studio glassmaking and glass blowing and conduct seminars for the general public.