Nazeing Glass Museum of 20th Century British Domestic Glass

The Nazeing Glass Room

This room holds exhibits of Nazeing glassware from the early 1930's up until the year 2000.

Many of the pastel coloured bowls and dishes were part of a collection of glass built up by the Late Herbert Elwell, a wholesaler who sold Nazeing products on to Heals, Liberty and other major retailers between 1935 and 1950.

These older exhibits sit beside more recent Nazeing glassware from the very end of the 20th century.

To complete the picture, some examples of the various types of industrial glassware manufactured today by Nazeing.

The Nazeing Glass Room

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The British Domestic Glass Room Garden Study Room & Library Reception Area

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