Guernsey Glass Company - Cambridge, Ohio
Harold Bennet worked for Cambridge Glass until it closed in 1958. He opened the Guernsey Glass Company in 1967. At this time he owned the trademark "Nearcut" which was previously used by Cambridge.

Not sure if Guernsey actually produced any of its own glass. Mosser Glass made much of the glass sold as Guernsey. Guernsey pieces are marked with a capital "B" in a triangle for Harold Bennet.

Harold & his wife Judy owned & operated the Cambridge Glass Museum which they opened in 1973 as well as their antique shop across the street from the museum. Guernsey Glass ceased operations in the late 1980's and the musuem closed in 2004.

Pontiac hood ornaments are found in a number of colors including iridized blue, green, pink and red, as well as, non-iridized colors. They are marked Guernsey Glass by having the "B" in a triangle--for the owner, Harold Bennett. They measure 4 1/2 inches from chin to end of headdress and have the word "Pontiac" under the headdress.
This Inverted Strawberry water pitcher and tumbler in blue are by Guernsey Glass and are typically marked with the B in a triangle.