Magazine

Feb 22, 2018

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow

Uranium glass occupies an little-known niche in the collectibles world, whose members appreciate its soft colour and distinctive glow, which comes from the uranium added as the glass was created.

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
1

The dial of a 1950's Swiss made travel alarm clock glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
2

A Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
3

Roses stand in a Bernsdorf Uranium Glass vase in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
4

A 1950's Swiss made travel alarm clock sits on a bedside table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
5

A 1950's fluorescent pearl rosary sits on an Art-Deco burl wood desk in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
6

A fluorescent pearl rosary glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
7

Art-Deco Uranium Glass jewellery sits on a chest of drawers in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
8

Art-Deco Uranium Glass jewellery glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
9

A cranberry vase decorated with Uranium Glass details stands on a side table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
10

A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
11

An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
12

A vintage Uranium Glass candle holder stands on a table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
13

An Art Nouveau Uranium Glass table lamp stands on a bedside table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
14

The Uranium Glass details of a Cranberry vase glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
15

A Davidson Primrose Pearline Uranium Glass cake plate glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
16

A strawberry cake sits on a Davidson Primrose Pearline Uranium Glass cake plate in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
17

Villeroy & Boch Art Nouveau Uranium Glass glassware sits on a table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
18

Villeroy & Boch Art Nouveau Uranium Glass glassware glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
19

A Davidson Primrose Pearline Uranium Glass candy dish on a plate glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
20

A vintage Opalescent Glass salt or pepper shaker stands on a table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
21

An Art-Deco Uranium Glass Travel Mini Bar Set sits on a drawer seen in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
22

A vintage Opalescent Glass salt or pepper shaker glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
23

A Davidson Primrose Pearline Uranium Glass candy dish on a plate is seen in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
24

Vintage Uranium Glass bottles glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
25

Vintage Uranium Glass bottles stand on a table in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
26

The glassware of an Art-Deco Uranium Glass Travel Mini Bar Set glows under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, February 10, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
27

A Pernod opalex ashtray, a 1950's Gablonz Uranium Glass ring and a 1940's Uranium Glass soda siphon, glow under ultraviolet light in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

Vintage uranium glass for that peaceful glow
28

A Pernod opalex ashtray, a 1950's Gablonz Uranium Glass ring and a 1940's Uranium Glass soda siphon are seen in Wangen an der Aare, Switzerland, January 23, 2018. STEFAN WERMUTH/REUTERS

You may also like

  • World Bodypainting Festival...

  • Fields of flowers

  • The Photos Of 2018 Week 28

  • Russia 2018 World Cup Final:...

  • Celebrating 100 years of...

  • Inside Stalin’s secret...

Something to say? Use Facebook!

Or say it with Disqus!

comments powered by Disqus