- Mt.Washington Art Glass: Characterized by innovation in style and technique, Mt. Washington art glass was highly successful commercially and helped cement the company as a leader in American art glass.
- Mt.Washington Cut Glass:Although not a hallmark of the company, Mt. Washington's elaborate cut glass was fashionable during this period.
- Kerosene and Electric Lamps:Mt. Washington's lighting business, including gas chandeliers and decorated art glass and cut glass kerosene lamps, was central to their success in the late 19th century. With the invention of the light bulb and the rise of electricity, Pairpoint's new and visually-striking Electroliers became popular showcases for electric lighting and remained so for nearly thirty years.
- Pairpoint Glass:In the decade prior to the Great Depression, Pairpoint expanded its market offerings with highly-decorative tableware and lighting made of both colored and colorless transparent glass.
###Photo: Auroria decanter in “Eng. Grape” pattern, Pairpoint, 1915–1937 Contact: Yvette Sterbenk (607) 438-5273 email@example.com Dara Riegel (607) 438-5265 firstname.lastname@example.org