Ruffled milk glass vase
Milk glass has been around since the 16th century! The term "milk glass" was coined in the 20th century to describe the opaque plates, goblets, serving items, and decorative glassware objects that became popular in the late 1880s!
- No chips or cracks
Milk glass does not only come in white! Some of the other shades include a pale green, robin's egg blue, soft pink, and even black. To make this type of glass, opacifiers like bone ash, or tin dioxide and arsenic and antimony compounds are added to the glass-melt mix!