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This attractive pocket guide presents the story of Carnival Glass, with a chapter giving an overview of how Carnival Glass has endured. Included are brief histories of Dugan, Fenton, Imperial, Millersburg, and Northwood. Over 200 beautiful color photographs will teach you how to identify classic Carnival Glass patterns as well as contemporary Carnival Glass pieces, along with the values you can expect to see in today's marketplace. For anyone who enjoys the beauty of the classic patterns or for those who
Iridescence! An ever-changing, shimmering play of color, a dancing rainbow of light this is the essence, and indeed, the art of Carnival Glass. This beautiful book begins at the very heart of Carnival, with a comprehensive analysis, full of fascinating insights, into how the glass was made, colored, iridized, and decorated. The language of Carnival is fully documented through definitions of shapes and edge treatments plus straightforward explanations of a multitude of Carnival Glass terms. But the core of
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!
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
A Century of Carnival Glass by: Glen & Stephen Thistlewood A Century of Carnival Glass by: Glen & Stephen Thistlewood Our Price: $35.96 Glen & Stephen Thistlewood SCH -2001 -076431209X -X3 Description Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. The first creation of classic American Carnival Glass took the world by storm in the early 1900s, bringing color and beauty in the form
Non-American Carnival Glass by: Edwards, Carwile Standard Companion to Non-American Carnival Glass, Identification & Value Guide by: Bill Edwards, Mike Carwile Our Price: $16.95 You save $1.00! Bill Edwards, Mike Carwile 332 OVER -CB -2006 -1574324888 -WH1 Description Carnival glass authorities Bill Edwards and Mike Carwile have produced another indispensable guide for collectors. Presented in the same user-friendly format as their bestselling Collector's Companion to Carnival Glass, this new title is
eBook Standard Encclopedia of Carnival Glass Price Guide 16th Description : This price guide is bound into the Standard Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass, Eleventh Edition, but is also offered separately. The sixteenth edition is crammed with new additions, with virtually every known piece of carnival glass evaluated, including some of the rarest pieces on the market. Listed alphabetically by pattern name are over 25,000 price listings for this ever-popular carnival glass, featuring updated values, company
Fantastic vintage black glass picture sewing button. Hunting, sporting or animal theme: pictures a running hound dog. Iridescent carnival luster. Button measures just under 3/4 (18mm), self shank. Very good condition. Great button for collectors or for 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.
Fenton Amethyst Carnival Glass Collector's Plate 1971. "Mothers Day 1971" Measures approximately 8" in diameter. Back reads:" Madonna with the Sleeping Child" is the first of a series of Reproductions of world famous Madonnas with which The Fenton Art Glass Company commemorates Mothers Day. The original glazed terra cotta relief from which this plate was designed has been attributed to Michelozzo a 15th century artist of the Florentine school.." Marked with the oval Fenton logo molded into the back and also
Selling a beautiful Deep Ruby Red Colored Carnival Glass Dish with deep etched cut glass pattern and a scalloped edge. This Stunning piece features the classic carnival glass iridescent sheen and would be a great addition to any collector's set! Item Details: * Color: Deep Ruby Red / Possibly Sunset Red * Maker: Unknown - No Markings - Possibly Fenton * Size: 4" tall x 5" wide; Mouth of Bowl Measures 3"; Base of Bowl Measures 3.25" * Weight: Approximately 1 lb 8 oz This Piece is in excellent condition with
Fenton Amethyst Carnival Glass Collector's Plate 1972. Annual series of Collector's Plates by Fenton Number 3 in the Series: "Blacksmith" Measures approximately 8" in diameter. Back reads:" With this handmade plate, Fenton commemorates the earliest blacksmith in English America. James read arrived with the original group of settlers in Jamestown Virginia-May 13,1607." No. 3 in the annual series of Collector's Plates by Fenton 1972." Marked with the oval Fenton logo molded into the back. Rich amethyst color
Two 1776 American Bicentennial 1976 Plates Collectors Edition by Indiana Glass Co. One is Item #1983 Gold Carnival Glass Spirit of 76, the other is Item #1965 Gold Carnival Glass Independence Hall. Both are in their original packaging, boxes measure 8 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches, plates are 7 1/2 inches diameter.
Fenton Amethyst Carnival Glass Collector's Plate 1972. No. 2 in the annual series of Mothers Day Plates. Measures approximately 8" in diameter. Back reads: Commemorating Mother's day with a reproduction of "Madonna of the Goldfinch." Painted in about 1760 by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, the last great master of the Venetian school of painting. No.2 in the annual series of Mothers's Day Plates by Fenton 1972". Marked with the oval Fenton logo molded into the back and also has the Fenton foil sticker still
Unusual color! We are offering this Vintage Carnival Glass Plate which measures 11" across. This piece looks grayish black from the front and rainbow blue from the back. Great condition - there are no chips, cracks or fractures on this piece. Carnival glass is moulded or pressed glass, always with a pattern and always with a shiny, metallic, 'iridescent' surface shimmer. The keys to its appeal were that it looked superficially like the very much finer and very much more expensive blown iridescent glass by
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 is a beautiful Fostoria #2400 pink compote etched with the #77 Palm Leaf decoration. This was made in 1929 only. This decoration included a "Mother of Pearl" iridescent finish, and is prized by both elegant glass collectors and carnival glass collectors. Carnival collectors call the pattern "Brocaded Palms." Has nice light multi-colored iridescence with blue, gold, purple and green. Perfect condition, with no chips, nicks, or cracks. The gold trim is nice with only minor traces of wear. 6 1/4" diameter
Vintage Amethyst Irridescent Carnival Glass Bon-Bon Dish by Northwood Vintage Amethyst Irridescent Carnival Glass Bon-Bon Dish by Northwood Rating : Shipping : Product Description This fluted pattern bon-bon dish is in a purple lustre carnival glass by the Northwood Company. It features two handles and a flowing shape to the bowl. This bon-bon dish was acquired at a collector's estate auction in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania . Condition Note: This bon-bon dish is in EXCELLENT condition with no chips,
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
Description Iridescence ! An ever-changing, shimmering play of color, a dancing rainbow of light this is the essence, and indeed, the art of Carnival Glass. This beautiful book begins at the very heart of Carnival, with a comprehensive analysis, full of fascinating insights, into how the glass was made, colored, iridized, and decorated. The language of Carnival is fully documented through definitions of shapes and edge treatments plus straightforward explanations of a multitude of Carnival Glass terms. But
Description Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. This listing is for the complete 3 volume set in this series. These books can also be purchased separately; please see our other listings for Imperial Glass if you need only 1 book from the series. NOTE: This series is out of print. Quanties are limited to our "on hand" stock in this title. Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume
We are pleased to offer this Hard To Find Imperial Lime Green Carnival Glass Windmill Milk Pitcher. This pitcher is the smallest of 3 sizes that Imperial offered in this pattern. It has a detailed 3-dimensional moulded design featuring 3 oval medallions with windmills, trees and a house. Between the medallions is a stippled texture with verticals lines and flowers. The rim has a sawtooth edge at the back and it has a high spout. The handle has a bark texture. The foot has a starburst. The bright color is
Called Tulip by many collectors, this tall compote is called Lotus Blossom in the Indiana Glass catalogue. It measures 7″ tall and 6″ in diameter. This was only made in lime green carnival glass, but was made in other non-iridized colors. It was made by Indiana Glass in the mid 1970s. It is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs . ITU101 , Compote , lime green , tulip Related Products
Carnival Glass Nappy in Iridescent Marigold Pansy by Imperial Glass Co. Carnival Glass Nappy in Iridescent Marigold Pansy by Imperial Glass Co . Rating : Shipping : Product Description This really cute carinval glass nappy is in the marigold coloring and was made by the Imperial Glass Company in Ohio. The nappy has a pansy pattern in the center of the bowl and the exterior has a quilted pattern. The handle has a twig design. This nappy was acquired at a collector's estate auction in Montgomery County,
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
This Indiana Glass collectors plate is an ideal way to celebrate the founding of the United States as well as Americas rich history over the past 200 years. This plate measures 8 inches across and has a traditional circular shape. The glass is a lovely amber color that features a carnival glass luminescence. The underside of the plate is smooth and matte amber. The entire piece is translucent which allows light to travel through the plate. The border has an engraved scalloped design around the edge. The
What a gorgeous vintage button! It is a black carnival glass with iridescent colors of pink, lavender, and blue-green. It has a beautiful impressed butterfly design! The button measures just shy of 1 3/4" by 1 3/8". It has minor age wear with a few small chips to the back of the glass. Great find for the collector! You will love it!
In the 1950s and 1960s West Germany produced jewelry items that vintage jewelry collectors today call Carnival glass. The manufacturing process was slightly different from Carnival glass made during the depression years but the result was very similar, but even more beautiful! More beautiful because the smaller intricate fancy mold designs of jewelry refract the iridescent finish in a way bowls and vases cannot. This scarf clip is white glass the looks carved but it is actually a layered mold design with no