Here we have, a nice, Westmoreland, amethyst, carnival glass compote, in their #270 pattern. The iridescence is interior only, and has a mix of colors, from silver, to gold, blue, purple, and lavender. Excellent condition, with no chips, cracks, or repairs. There is a spot of ash in the glass, which you can see in photos three and five, and the typical straw marks from manufacturing. It measures 6" wide, 2 3/4" high, and has a 3 1/4" base. Great addition to a collection!
Offering a Northwood Fine Cut and Roses Carnival Glass Rose Bowl. The base glass color is amethyst. I believe the Fine Cut & Roses pattern was first made by Jefferson Glass Co. in Steubenville, Ohio, during the years 1901-1906. Fine Cut and Roses is Jefferson's #249 pattern. Harry Northwood somehow obtained the mould for this pattern from the Jefferson Glass Co. around 1907. (no one seems to know how this happened and it is called the Jefferson mould mystery) Northwood began making this item during
One of the first carnival glass patterns by Fenton .Turquoise ,fuchsia ,pink , cobalt blue and a gold iridescent. in very good condition, no mark. measures 6.5" wide X 3.5" high.
Indiana Glass first came out with this beautiful Blue Carnival Water Set in 1971. Due to its success by 1974 they offered this set in 3 different colors, blue, amber and green. This Harvest pattern has embossed grapes and leaves and it shows a lovely array of color that ranges from a dark amethyst to a blue and finally a hint of rose. The pitcher is on a small pedestal and stands about 10 " high and is 6" across the top and holds a generous 70 oz and the goblets stand 5 1/8" high and hold 9 oz. Each piece
Carnival, Harvest Blue Carnival Glass, Harvest Blue glassware replacements by Indiana Glass Replacement Carnival Glass in the Harvest Blue pattern made by Indiana Glass in the USA. The Harvest molds were created in the 1950's. The Harvest molds are extensive. They include a whole dinnerware line. There are dinner plates, salad plates, bread and butter plates, cups, saucers, goblets, large ice tea tumblers, mid-size tumblers, juice tumblers, large serving platter, salt and pepper shakers, covered butter
Pictured is this beautiful Blackberry Bramble Fenton Footed compote with amethyst glass as the glass color. No chip cracks or damage. to ask questions.
Carnival, Marigold Harvest Carnival Glass, Harvest Marigold glassware replacements by Indiana Glass Replacement Carnival Glass in the Harvest Marigold pattern made by Indiana Glass in the USA. The Harvest molds were created in the 1950's. The Harvest molds are extensive. They include a whole dinnerware line. There are dinner plates, salad plates, bread and butter plates, cups, saucers, goblets, large ice tea tumblers, mid-size tumblers, juice tumblers, large serving platter, salt and pepper shakers, covered
This is a lovely amethyst Northwood footed bowl that was made in the early 1900's. Northwood purchased the glass mold from Jefferson Glass in 1908 and Northwood produced this pattern from 1909 until 1914. It is 7 and 1/4 inches across and about 3 inches tall. The Finecut & Roses pattern is on the outside of the bowl. There is one flaw in the bowl...there was a glass bubble on the inside towards the rim when it was made. It is shown in the photographs. Apparently Northwood didn't think the flaw was
Carnival, Diamond Point Carnival Glass, Diamond Point Amber Gold Glassware by Indiana Glass Carnival Glass, Diamond Point Amber Gold glassware replacements made by Indiana Glass in the USA. The Diamond Point pattern was introduced in 1965. It was one of Indiana's most popular patterns. It was made in a variety of different colors and production continued through the 1980's. Antique and collectible carnival glass is a beautiful iridescent glass loved by collectors. It was used as a giveaway item at carnivals
Long Thumbprint Carnival Glass Swung Vase Details A fantastic swung vase in the "Long Thumbprint" pattern by Dugan. This one is extra tall, measuring 12.5 inches. Color is amethyst. There are a few bubbles in the glass near the top, which is appropriate for this era. Graceful and with excellent iridescence, this is a beautiful example from the Dugan factory. (#55053)
OLDER CARNIVAL GLASS FROM THE 1930'S I have teamed up with another dealer that has 30+ years of dealing in glass. If you are looking for something in particular he probably has it. Please email your needs/wants. Many different colors blues, pinks, green and clear and much more. If you need a detailed list on a certain pattern let me know. Candy Dish Marigold $22.50 Ribbed or Tree Bark Carnival Vase Marigold $28.50 Peacock Tail Compote Green 6" Diameter and 5 " tall $128.50 Luster Rose Bowl 8.5" Diameter 3"
:: Carnival Glass Carnival Glass offered by Resco CCC Carnival Glass is a form of iridized glass that was first produced commercially in the early 20th century. Early manufacturers of this colorful glass were Fenton, Northwood, Dugan/Diamond, and Imperial. Fenton still produces Carnival Glass today. Available in a myriad of underlying glass color as well as a wide array of finishes, the most common is known as Marigold. Carnival Glass is also available in green, blue, red, and amethyst. There are two