New England Glass Company (Cambridge-MA, Operated: 1818-1887), Introduced: c. 1887
• NOTE: Marian Lanchman: Made by the New England Glass Co. circa 1887 to 1889(only produced for a couple of years). Agata was produced by taking their Wild Rose or peachblow and applying a metallic stain or mineral color and then splattering it with a volatile liquid such as alcohol, naphtha or benzene. According to Ken Wilson's book "New England Glass & Glassmaking" page 352.
• Motifs: (Plain), (Tangles/Crackle/Overshot)