FLORETTE (OMN) by Consolidated Lamp & Glass Company (1893-1964), 1895
• AKA: Bulging Petal; Quilt
Thomas Jiamachello: Consolidated used two names for this pattern depending on the finish it put on them. The pink satin (OMN "Mauve") ones…are shown in the 1895 catalog as "Florette", as are the ones in crystal. In other finishes, they called it "Quilt" in the catalog.
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