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Mosser Glass, Inc.
9279 Cadiz Road,
Cambridge, OH 43725
Latitude: 40.042248 Longitude: -81.569089
Email Address: [email protected]
This tour is free
Mosser Glass, of Cambridge, Ohio, is owned and operated by Thomas Mosser and his son, Tim Mosser.
As a teenager, Tom learned his trade while working at The Cambridge Glass Company and from his father, Orie Mosser, who was plant manager. After the closing of The Cambridge Glass Company in 1954, Tom started to put together his dreams and skills. He acquired several moulds from The Cambridge Glass Company, such as salt dips, and toothpicks.
From that, he started producing glassware in his own factory in 1959. Since then, he has added many of his original designs. Tom's wife, Georgianna, is a great asset to Mosser Glass. Her interest and knowledge of antiques continues to be very helpful in the designing of new pieces.
The Mosser line consists of animals, paperweights, tableware, plus many decorative and useful items. The handcrafted glassware is produced in a variety of colors and some are hand painted.
In 1971, Mr. Mosser purchased the present property and has continually added to the facilities. Mosser Glass now has 2 day tanks and 3 pot tanks. Mosser Glass employs 32 people including three of his four children. The original Early American house has been remodeled into a showroom and office.
A personally conducted tour of the factory, showing the entire glass making process, is offered to the public at no charge.
Mosser Glass offers area tourists an interesting learning experience.
You will be given a guided tour through our facility, where you will see our talented craftsman at work and learn about the process of glass making.
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
(Large groups should please contact us in advance).
Please Note: Tours will not be available during the first two full weeks of July, or the last two weeks of December.