This speaks to BLENKO GLASS's commitment to quality for almost 100 years.
The sands of time were eroded by the river of constant change! Many glass manufacturers have closed their doors in the 100 years Blenko has been producing handcrafted antique and table ware. At Blenko they believe in 'quality'
this belief in providing high quality remains in tack and visible in each production line. One of the best places to learn about BLENKO GLASS is the Blenko Museum Website, http://www.blenkomuseum.org/the website states: The Blenko Museum's mission is to organize and facilitate the public exhibition of Blenko glass and to advance scholarly interest by preserving and promoting the history of the Blenko Glass Company. Which is a great adjunct to the goal of BlENKO PROJECT , which wants to preserve the history of BLENKO,raise awareness of WV Glass making history, and focus on the individual factory glass craftsmen. The Blenko Museum has been most helpful to our work on BLENKO PROJECT during these four years. Bill Pratt and Damon Crane (New York and Seattle) have collected, shown, and educated the public about BLENKO for many years.