Carnival glass


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Carnival glass

Colored, pressed glass with an iridescent fired-on finish. It was introduced near the beginning of the twentieth century.
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In her spare time she enjoys art, painting, drawing, antique auctions, music, guitar, saxophone, collecting depression and carnival glass and her dog.
Now known as Carnival glass, it remains a popular collectable today.
After only two months their business has already grown to include art and carnival glass, crystal, furniture, custom floral arrangements, candles and the exclusive Kansas distribution of Toilet Tattoos, an artistic and re-usable appliqu.
He was a member of the Carnival Glass Collectors and served as a board member.
Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass, eleventh edition
Q MY father-in-law has got some Carnival Glass and wanted to know if you could provide some information about it and its value?
Across the state, carnival glass, depression glass and other art glass forms were produced in fine quality and copious quantity by dozens of creative companies.
My best bargain was a green Carnival glass dish which I bought for 75p and has been valued at pounds 75.
However, Towy's Cardiff fair also boasts a fascinating range of specialist dealers covering fields as varied as old bottles, Royal commemoratives, Russian silver, quilts, rugs, carnival glass and Bakelite.
Tuesday's sale will consist of some 1,000 pieces of Carnival Glass, split into more than 400 lots, many of them with examples of rare colours and patterns and coming from England, the USA, Australia, Scandinavia and elsewhere.
This year she submitted her collection of carnival glass, small dishes offered as premiums during the early 1900s.
So you desperately seek a blue-and-white banded Watt pottery Bak-Ezee bowl, a Christmas Candy Teal Depression glass teacup and a red Fenton carnival glass vase.
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