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I also learned that Pilgrim Glass bought the molds from Phoenix and Consolidated Glass, so it is really hard to tell differences. The early pieces of Pilgrim glass were clear or satin finish in this color and hand blown so they only could put stickers on them. Pilgrim glass then made crackle glass particularly cranberry but also amethyst.