Uranium glass, first a short explanation with thanks to Wikipedia:
Uranium glass is glass to which a uranium compound has been added, often uranium dioxide or sodium diurate. Usually these are small amounts of uranium (2%). The glass has a green or yellow color that glows (fluoresces) under ultraviolet radiation. It is low radioactive and not harmful to health.
Uranium glass was produced on a fairly large scale between 1870 and 1940. It has been used in art objects, lamps, dishes, medicine bottles, household objects and jewelery. The Dutch designers Copier and Lanooy and the architect Berlage also worked with uranium glass. Nowadays it is only made on a very limited scale. In the Dutch language area, uranium glass is mainly known under the name of annagroen glass and is a popular collector's item.
At the Five Spruces you will find a very large collection of various objects. Think of glasses, carafes, candlesticks, water jugs, trays, bowls and much more.
We charge for the shipment of the uranium glass items the Post rate.
If you have any questions or comments about the uranium glass collection of the Five Spruces, you can call 0031599-768532 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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