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Vandermark Merritt Perfume Bottles
In 1968, Theodore C. Merritt, Sr. conceived the idea of the historic Liberty Village in Flemington, NJ, and asked Jerry Vandermark, from the Jamestown Glasshouse in Virginia, to consult on the design of the glass house. Jerry ended up taking Merritt's young son, Doug, back with him to Jamestown where he taught him to blow glass.

The Vandermark Glasshouse at Liberty Village evolved from producing replicas of 18th century glassware to more wide-ranging reproductions, and then added some original art glass designs. In 1981, when Liberty Village was sold, the Vandermark Merritt Studios were incorporated. Since that time, these young men have continued to develop new designs and shapes, creating their own colors and designs through experimentation. The small beginning in a reproduction glass factory, with the guidance of Gerald Vandermark, was evolved into the current studio, producing distinctive and magnificent pieces


Artist: Vandermark Merritt
Large rose perfume bottle.Layered dichroic background.

10" tall x 3"






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