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Red House Cone Glass Museum, Stourbridge

The Red House Cone was built in 1790 and is now the best preserved of only four glass cones remaining in the UK. Around 100 feet high, the cone was built in the late 1700s and was used for glassmaking up to 1936 by glassmakers Stuart Crystal. Please click photos for larger versions.

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