North American Decorative Glass is a unique form of art that combines the ancient technique of glassblowing with modern design principles. This form of glass art has become increasingly popular in recent years, as more and more people appreciate the beauty and sophistication of decorative glass pieces.
Decorative glass has a rich history in North America, dating back to the early colonial period. European glassmakers brought their skills and knowledge to the New World, and soon glassblowing workshops began to appear in cities such as Boston, Philadelphia, and New York. These workshops produced a wide range of glass products, from utilitarian items such as windows and bottles to more decorative pieces such as lamps, vases, and figurines.