9 11/16 X 6 1/16 X 21 5/8 H Antique Oval Glass Dome
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Antique Oval Glass Dome
Another very large antique glass dome. A rare find in glass domes with its matching base.
This is an antique oval glass dome that can restore your antique heirloom to it original appearance. We acquire antique domes from all over the world to help you preserve your keepsake.
We generally ship by USPS.com as opposed to UPS or FedEX. UPS and FedEX use more conveyor belts for sorting packages and glass does not like to be dropped from conveyor belt to conveyor belt. We have been packing and shipping for over 25 years and have better than 95% safety record. We guarantee to get the order to you in one piece.
Victorian Antique Oval Glass Domes were very popular in Europe and often used in the wedding ceremony. A glass dome covered a display called a ‘du marriage’ which held a pin cushion, mirrors and baby pictures of the bride and groom. Money and notes were pined to the cushion for the bride and groom. The du marriage display was stapled to a base and covered with the oval glass dome.
Victorian Antique Oval Glass Domes were found in almost all the mansions and state houses and were often used to cover taxidermy birds and animals. These domes with the birds and animals can be found throughout Europe.
Bases used for antique glass domes were often made up of multiple woods and painted black. There is usually a groove in the base for the oval glass dome to sit in.
Browse our site, visit with our customers and let us know what you are looking for. We receive many unusual requests for applications of glass domes. Also we do not have a minimum order requirement. We are happy to fill any order size. Most orders are shipped by the next business day.
You will quickly discover that Glassdomes.com has the largest selection available anywhere. We carry both new and antique glass domes. Be sure to check both categories. The domes are listed a new round or antique round as well as new oval or antique oval. We also carry rectangular glass domes that are used on may clocks and taxidermy items.