This blue carnival glass hostess plate was made in the 1970s by Imperial Glass. The edge is ruffled or crimped, and the bowl is 10" across and 1-3/4" tall. The front is plain, and the back has a very pretty starburst and diamond carnival glass pattern that you can see through from the front. This carnival glass bowl is in excellent condition - no chips, cracks, or repairs. Beautiful iridescent colors in this vintage carnival glass dish!
Vintage Carnival glass in great condition with no signs of wear. Most likely made by the Indiana Glass. Measuring 9" across. The hobnail detail on the reverse side is accented with a starburst in the center. The beautiful hues on this plate change from blue to green and to purple. There are no chips or cracks on this plate.
Mint condition, with no chips, cracks or other post production flaws. Measures 8 inches in diameter.
This marvelous vintage blue carnival glass hostess plate displays beautiful iridescent colors spanning the rainbow. The plate or tidbit server is from the 1970s by Indiana Glass. These are the diamond back Hostess Plates made by Indiana Glass in the 70's, the blue carnival glass one was known as pattern #2908. This dish is frequently seen available for sale, but this is the first one I have seen with a handle, making it a rarer find. The serving plate is in near mint condition with no chip, cracks, and
This 8" wide plate is made by Fenton Art Glass Co, and was the first in a series for churches in America. This plate has "The Little Brown Church in the Vale" in Bradford, Iowa (sometimes called the nation's church) on the front of it, and a border of holly leaves and berries. The color is the blue-green iridescent that proved to be the most popular at the time. On the back of the plate is the quote from William Pitts that is a part of the familiar song. This is a great addition to a carnival glass
Here are three lovely Carnival Glass Collector's plates from Fenton Art Glass Company. They are: Colonial America No. 1, 1970, The Glass Craftsman (Earliest Glass Craftsman of New America . . .Jamestown , 1608); Colonial America No. 2, 1971, The Printer (Stephen Daye printed the first book in English America, "The Bay Psalm Book" - 1640); Christmas in America No. 1, 1970 "The Little Brown Church in the Vale". Each plate has a beautiful carnival glass finish and measures 8" in diameter. They each bear the
Circa 1976: 8" Round. Embossed Trio Marching Band (popular American Revolution Scene) with the words in large lettering SPIRIT of ' 76 and smaller print of American Bicentennial 1776-1976. All on great gold /blue /green /pink glass. Mint Condition!
A brilliant array of colors and patterns adorn this Ever Bloomin' Flower! Exhilarating in its vibrance with red, green and yellow. Approximately 12" wide by 3" deep, a beautiful addition to your home or garden. Comes ready to "plant" by screwing the base into a length of re-bar purchased from your local hardware store. To plant your flower, purchase a two or three foot piece of 3/8 inch diameter re-bar from any local hardware store. Firmly and securely hammer the re-bar about one foot into the ground.
Vintage Gold Amber Carnival Glass Plate!American Bicentennial Commemorative Plate 1776-1976, Collector's Edition.Vintage Collector's Plate (1976) Point Of Interest - Independence Hall Amber - Gold Color Carnival Glass Depicts All The Colors Of The Rainbow Made By: Indiana Glass Co. Measurements: 8" Weight: 1 lb - 3 oz. Prior to Packaging Condition: Very GoodContact Us
This beautiful Plate was made by the Fenton Glass Co. and is part of their collectors series. This is from 1970 and states, The Fenton Art Glass Company Commemorates with this handmade Plate the earliest Glass Craftsman of New America Jamestown 1608 No. 1 in The Annual Series of Collectors Plates by Fenton. This does also have the remnant of the original sticker. The plate is in beautiful condition! It measures 8 inches and the colors in it are just amazing!
Northwood Green Carnival Glass plates Great Grandma came to the Great Smokey Mountains raised her family and became a legend of her time. These 5 plates were in her collection and are now being offered for sale. The pattern is the gorgeous Northwood G
>> Imperial Glass 11th Day of Christmas Carnival Glass Plate Imperial Glass 11th Day of Christmas Carnival Glass Plate /images /Resized22 (74 ) .jpg IG100711 Vintage From Paul is pleased to offer this Imperial Glass 12 Days of Christmas Carnival Glass 11th Day Plate of Eleven Ladies Dancing. The Imperial Glass 11th Day of Christmas Carnival Glass Plate is in its' original box and also has the original Imperial Glass insert. Eleven Ladies Dancing was issued in 1980. Beginning in 1970 and through 1981,
Marigold Carnival GlassCommemorative PlateAmerican EagleIndiana Glass CompanyWITH ORIGINAL BOXMINT CONDITIONStill in the original box, this beautiful carnival glass plate was made to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the founding of the United States. This beauty would be a great addition to your Carnival Glass collection or your Bicentennial collection and makes a great display piece.It depicts the American Eagle, holding a shield, furled flag, and olive branches in his talons. The eagle is also holding
Fenton Carnival Glass Xmas 1974 Nation's Church Plate Shipping : This Collector Plate By: Fenton Glass Carnival Glass The Nation's Church Christ Church Philadelphia , PA This is part of the Fenton "Christmas in America" series. The back of the plate says: Christ Church, scene of the post-Revolutionary organization of the Episcopal Church, had in its congregation many historic American figures including Washington, Franklin, Robert Morris, Betsy Ross and Francis Hopkinson. It measures 8" in diameter. This
Fenton Carnival Glass Xmas 1972 Two Horned Church Plate Shipping : This Collector Plate By: Fenton Glass Carnival Glass Two Horned Church First Congregational Church Marietta, Ohio This is part of the Fenton "Christmas in America" series. The back of the plate says: "On December 6, 1796, the Christian people in the various settlements banded themselves together in a church under a simple but comprehensive confession of faith and covenant." Rufus Putnam It measures 8" in diameter. This plate is in
Rare vintage plates and glassware have been "re-cultivated" into fantastic garden art flowers for your garden or interior home décor. This blooming beauty will provide spectacular reflective color inside and outside your home and there is no maintenance required! Each flower is handpicked and crafted at my glass studio with the finest vintage glass and crystal, professional grade, weather resistant adhesives, and hangers. Flowers can be displayed in the home on a plate rack or on metal stakes in the
Here is a beautiful Wheaten Glass Commemorative plate with the astronauts Shepard, Roosa , and Mitchell from 1971. The plate is in excellent condition and is an iridescent blue with purple highlights. The Wheaten Glass has a Carnival Glass appearance. THe lovely plate is 8 inches in diameter and is free of chips or cracks.
This striking pattern was created by Dugan in the early 1900's and to create this beauty two molds were used. The design displays tiny flowers between wishbone patterns around the edge of the piece. The center consists of a large open petal flower and the center of the petals is stippled. Dotys Carnival Collectors page tells us that the Purple chop plate is always high on every collectors list but the small purple plate (which is what this is) runs a close second. The most interesting thing about this
Vintage black glass picture sewing button. Pictures a small cottage building to the left with a fenced in garden in front with trees. Carnival luster much more vivid than photo shows. Button measures slightly under 3/4 (19mm), brass plate and wire shank. Condition as shown. Nice button for collectors or for very special sewing or craft projects! Please use the photos and description to help with your decisions so you can have an enjoyable shopping experience with me.
Marigold Carnival GlassCommemorative PlateSpirit of 76Minute Men Drum and FifeINDIANA GLASS COMPANYWITH ORIGINAL BOXMINT CONDITIONStill in the original box, this beautiful carnival glass plate was made to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the founding of the United States. This beauty would be a great addition to your Carnival Glass collection or your Bicentennial collection and makes a great display piece.It depicts the three Minute Men Drum and Fife Corps marching along. Spirit of 76 is emblazoned
Fenton carnival glass collectors plate, this was one of a series of plates produced by Fenton starting in 1970 to celebrate American Colonial craftsmen, this is No.2, in the series, The Printer. On the reverse of the plate is the story of illustration which depicts the first American printing press which was set up by Stephen Daye in 1638, and which produced the first American book, "The Bay Psalm Book" of 1640. The plate measures 8" diameter, it is in excellent estate order and still has the original
Northwood Fern Brand Chocoloates Carnival Glass THE BEST advertising plate! Antique Amethyst Carnival Glass Plate Pattern: Fern Brand Chocolates ~Northwood Glass~ ca early 1900s THE BEST!! Here is ONE STUNNING and signed Northwood glass plate! All advertising is HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE and this one is TOP NOTCH IRIDESCENCE-WISE!! Not only that, but it's really so ultra neat! It has a large fern and a great mum or aster looking flower too!! You see lots of different textures here which is super cool!