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What began in 1900 as New Martinsville Glass Manufacturing Company became The Viking Glass Company in 1944. Located in New Martinsville, West Virginia, these two companies were producers of elegant and colorful decorative glass pieces. The company went out of business in 1999 but their products remain popular.


415

New Martinsville pattern #415 was a clear glass candlestick with an upswept "tail" which reminds us of a squirrel.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville 415 Single Candlestick

Candlewick

Viking Candlewick is like the Imperial Glass pattern. A ring of glass balls grace the outer rim.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Candlewick Green Satin Salad Bowl

Cornucopia

Viking Glass made two different Cornucopia candlesticks. One was a square-shaped pattern and the other (pictured here), round based. Both were produced from the 1940's to the early 1950's.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Cornucopia Pair of Single Candlesticks

Elegant Arms

Viking Glass started producing the Elegant Arms pattern in 1948.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Elegant Arms Candelabra

Epic

The Epic pattern is a six petal design. Pieces produced include compotes, candy dishes, vases, candlesticks, etc. Some of the colors are avocado, evergreen, persimmon amber, bluenique and ruby.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Epic Persimmon Compote

Flowerlite 007

Viking produced the "Flowerette/Flowerlite" lines in the 1950s. The bowls came in a wide variety of colors, including silver overlays. The glass frogs accommodated flowers with a large opening for a candle in the center (the Flowerlite line).

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Flowerlite 007 Silver Overlay Flowerlite 007

Georgian

Viking Glass/New Martinsville produced the Georgian pattern in numerous colors. The ruby was produced from 1940 to 1998.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Georgian Tall Ruby Sherbet

Janice

The Janice pattern originated with the New Martinsville Glass Company and was carried on with Viking Glass. Colors produced included clear crystal, blue and red.

Viking Glass or New Martinsville Janice Candlesticks

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