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2 days ago
For those Fenton lovers and lovers of chop plates, here are two beautiful Cherry Chain chop plates that appeared in our convention display room last year. The one on the left is a fantastic marigold and the one on the right is a white one with fantastic pastel iridescence. When you come to this year’s convention at the Crowne Plaza Airport in St. Louis, you will be treated to a display room that features mugs and loving cups. You don’t realize how many different colors of mugs there are. Roger Dunham will fill in with many from his collections, but others will share, as well. Come join us July 12 – 15, 2017. … See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Just a marigold bowl, you say. Or if you study your patterns and colors you might say, "Wow, a Millersburg Vintage ice cream shape (ICS) bowl with a Hobnail exterior." If you find one either small or large, it would be a good thing to buy, if the price is right, in any of the colors that it is found. With the Hobnail exterior pattern, it is special. Keep looking. … See MoreSee Less
love the color of this one
5 days ago
From the bold, bigger items to a diminutive little toothpick holder, there is always something for everyone. This purple Imperial Flute toothpick exhibits some great iridescence if you are into the gold and green type of iridescence. To determine whether this is called purple, you look at the color of the glass on the base of the toothpick. This toothpick is from the classic carnival glass period in the early 1900’s. The most common colors are purple, marigold, and green and these colors are all affordable for someone on a budget, but other not so easy to find colors can be found occasionally. … See MoreSee Less
I found a lavender and a BLUE one! both are a bit beaten up but they are MINE!
We Don’t mind a little damage for a rare piece.