Here's an amazing purple or amethyst carnival glass bulldog made by the Mosser Glass Company from the original Westmoreland Glass mold #78. These large bulldogs were originally made in the early 1900's and now are being made in limited numbers from that same mold. Mosser Glass is a small family run company in Ohio that is well known for making quality art glass. This bulldog is part of a limited edition and only 125 were made. He is numbered on the bottom 9/125 and has an awesome multi-colored carnival finish! He is in mint condition with no chips, cracks or damage of any kind. He measures about 7" tall by 6.5" deep by 4.5" wide and has amber glass eyes. He weighs nearly six pounds! He would make a great gift for your favorite animal lover!
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- Brand Mosser
- Mfg Part # 78AMX
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