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CHALLINOR, TAYLOR & CO.
Challinor, Taylor & Co. They were only in business from 1885 to 1893 but were one of the foremost producers of milkglass.James Gillinder and Sons of Philadelphia and Greensburg, Pennsylvania, was one of the notable firms of that state. The western part of Pennsylvania became fully as important a glass center as Massachusetts. Glass was made so by such firms as McKee and Brothers, Bryce Brothers, George Duncan and Sons, Doyle and Company, Adams and Company, Ripley and Company, King Glass Company, and Bakewell, Pears and Company. The last firm, during its many years of business, was known under several names -Bakewell, Page and Bakewell, and B. Bakewell and Company. Tarentum, east of Pittsburgh, supported two companies active in pressed glass: Richards and Hartley, and Challinor, Taylor and Company. The second was especially noted for opal and marble glass.
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