Yesterday there was mention of a colour called honey amber, produced by the Webb factory, so am attaching couple of pix of Webb's tumblers, as believe the uranium example is likely to be this colour (called 'Sunshine' - golden amber in the factory brochure). We've discussed Webb's 'Gay Glass' range previously (the other two colours being 'Spring' and 'Evergreen'.
I've seen an earlier comment that..........."Webb did a uranium glass, called "honey amber", which is a very dirty brown colour", although I wouldn't have described this uranium one as dirty - it's quite an attractive shade of 'barleysugar', and is slightly the taller at 106mm and has the Webb's backstamp (for the period c. 1935 - 49) - both have a ground/polished pontil depression
The darker brown tumbler is without a backstamp, and appears to have Webb's Ribbonette moulded pattern - the paler uranium example looks like simply a honeycomb pattern. Assuming the paler uranium glass is a piece of Gay Glass 'Sunshine' (golden amber) - does anyone know if the darker brown coloured glass has a name?
sorry pix aren't the best (first one is the uranium glass), and thanks for looking.