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3 days ago
This beautiful white Palm Beach water set will be found at our convention auction on July 21, 2018 in the collections of Nancy and the late Bernie May and Dorothy and Emmett Morgan. Seeck Auctions are in charge of the auction. Our convention convenes on July 18 – 21 at the Crowne Plaza Airport in Indianapolis, IN. Please join us.
Palm Beach was produced by U.S. Glass in the early 1900’s. The pitcher in this set is shorter and stockier than most water pitchers. As you can see the iridescence is beautiful, which is something that you want in white carnival glass. It also is nice and frosty.
Do you have a favorite piece of white carnival glass or a water set that you would like to share? Please do that in the comment sections below. … See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Here is a beautiful purple pitcher in the Octagon pattern. It was made by the Imperial Glass Company in the early 1900’s. This will be in the auction, from the Nancy and late Bernie May and Dorothy and Emmett Morgan collections, to conclude our convention on July 21. The convention runs from July 18 – 20, 2018. We would love to have you join us at the convention. You will see great glass for sale, great glass in room displays, and meet the nicest people. … See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Here is a beautiful Blackberry Block pitcher and tumbler that will be a part of the Nancy and the late Bernie May and Dorothy and Emmett Morgan collections that will sell at the Seeck auction to conclude our ICGA convention, July 18 – 21, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Airport in Indianapolis, IN. There is some exceptional glass with nice iridescence, and this one is no exception.
Blackberry Block was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company in the early 1900’s. This pattern was made only in water set pieces in a variety of colors, none of which are easily found. Marigold and amethyst are the colors that are seen in this pattern more frequently, but if you get a chance to buy one with iridescence you like, you best do it. … See MoreSee Less