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12 hours ago
Here’s a large Christmas Compote that was made by the Dugan Glass Company in the early 1900’s. A lot of times marigold is easier to find in other patterns, but that is not the case with the marigold Christmas Compote. It is found less often and will often cost more than the purple. Both are great to have.
This pattern has been reproduced in a variety of colors. This "newer" ones are very pretty also, but be aware that you won’t need to pay nearly as much as the marigold or purple – the only colors known in this beautiful large compote. If you want to learn more about carnival glass, you might want to join ICGA. You may find it at www.internationalcarnivalglass.com/about-us-2/icga-membership/
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3 days ago
For Valentine’s Day, you should give that special someone a Hearts and Flowers compote – like this lime green, or is it ice green, piece made by Northwood in the early 1900’s. These came in many different colors, including a plethora of blue colors. Bowls and plates are also known.
Hope you all have a very special Valentine’s Day.
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My small group of Hearts and Flowers Compotes
Hearts and flowers for Valentines Day! Still need to add my ice blue and amethyst ones to this picture! From left to right – white, cobalt blue, Persian blue opal, ice green, ice blue opal, Renninger blue and marigold.
Here’s my Hearts and Flowers compote in marigold
One of mine
The other one of mine
4 days ago
Poinsettia and Lattice is a Northwood product that as far as I know only was produced in a footed bowl. It does come in a wide range of colors. This one is an ice blue one.
Do you have any Poinsettia and Lattice that you would like to share in the comment section below on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page? If you don’t have any, share any Northwood piece that you have and enjoy. It is fun to see all the pretty glass. That’s why we collect this iridescent glass. … See MoreSee Less