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This is a marigold Starflower water pitcher which was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company. At this time there are no known tumblers to match the pitchers. Some people believe that the Milady tumblers might have been meant to use with the Starflower, as well. These pitchers are not common. Blue and marigold are a bit easier to find than the green and the white which have been reported to be in existence. Keep learning from books and the internet and that might lead you to a bargain or a rarity. See MoreSee Less

This is a marigold Starflower water pitcher which was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company. At this time there are no known tumblers to match the pitchers. Some people believe that the Milady tumblers might have been meant to use with the Starflower, as well. These pitchers are not common. Blue and marigold are a bit easier to find than the green and the white which have been reported to be in existence. Keep learning from books and the internet and that might lead you to a bargain or a rarity.

Here is a Davidson’s Society Chocolates handgrip plate. If you would like to know more about it, you need to be a member of ICGA because there is updated information available in The Carnival Pump, our newsletter. This issue is 32 pages and includes articles, color photos, and information on a few conventions. Our newsletter is issued four times a year.

If you would like to join, you should go to www.internationalcarnivalglass.com/about-us-2/icga-membership/ and fill out the membership form. There is a link to pay once you have filled out the form. It is available in either print or electronic, your choice. Our dues run July to July, and if you are a member and haven’t renewed, you may use the same form.

We would love to have you join us. See MoreSee Less

Here is a Davidsons Society Chocolates handgrip plate. If you would like to know more about it, you need to be a member of ICGA because there is updated information available in The Carnival Pump, our newsletter. This issue is 32 pages and includes articles, color photos, and information on a few conventions. Our newsletter is issued four times a year.

If you would like to join, you should go to http://www.internationalcarnivalglass.com/about-us-2/icga-membership/ and fill out the membership form. There is a link to pay once you have filled out the form. It is available in either print or electronic, your choice. Our dues run July to July, and if you are a member and havent renewed, you may use the same form.

We would love to have you join us.

Here is a selection of Singing Birds mugs that were in our display room at the convention. Not only is there a variety of colors, but the mugs can have a plain or stippled background. The pebbly stippled look was tooled in the mold by the fantastic mold maker. Which came first the plain or stippled background? I’m sure there were several molds made for this mug, since there are so many of them. If you missed the convention, you missed a good seminar presented by Roger Dunham, mug collector extraordinaire. Hope to see you next year.

Let’s see, I would choose the _______________ one. Which one do you think? See MoreSee Less

Here is a selection of Singing Birds mugs that were in our display room at the convention. Not only is there a variety of colors, but the mugs can have a plain or stippled background. The pebbly stippled look was tooled in the mold by the fantastic mold maker. Which came first the plain or stippled background? Im sure there were several molds made for this mug, since there are so many of them. If you missed the convention, you missed a good seminar presented by Roger Dunham, mug collector extraordinaire. Hope to see you next year.

Lets see, I would choose the _______________ one. Which one do you think?

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