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20 hours ago
This green Holly bowl, made by Fenton, can be found fairly easily. This one features the three-in-one edge which means the edge was done at the time the piece was made while the glass was still malleable. A worker would pinch three thin ruffles and left a larger ruffle that flared out the other way before pinching three more thin ruffles. This hand shaping is why sometimes there is a variation in the spacing of the ruffles. … See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Dugan purple carnival glass can be some of the prettiest carnival and can be found at a fairly low buyer’s price that most of us can afford to add to our collection. This is a beautiful purple Bells and Beads ruffled and crimped bowl. It might even be considered oxblood in base color. This pattern comes mostly in bowls of varying shapes. … See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Here’s a pretty rare carnival glass item. It is a white Orange Tree hatpin holder. Remember to be carnival glass, the piece has to have iridescence. This has gold trim also which is a bit different. This was made by Fenton Art Glass in the early 1900’s. Fenton made a lot of different items in the Orange Tree pattern. Many of the items are found quite easily, but you will look a while to find this. … See MoreSee Less