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This year’s convention is over. It seems like everyone had a good time. Plans are being made for the next convention, but now is the time to just enjoy looking at and sharing great pieces of carnival glass.

These three Seacoast pintrays sold at the auction. They were made by Millersburg in the early 1900’s. Do you have any Millersburg that you would like to share. We would be glad to see your pieces. Please share in the comment section below. See MoreSee Less

This years convention is over. It seems like everyone had a good time. Plans are being made for the next convention, but now is the time to just enjoy looking at and sharing great pieces of carnival glass.

These three Seacoast pintrays sold at the auction. They were made by Millersburg in the early 1900s. Do you have any Millersburg that you would like to share. We would be glad to see your pieces. Please share in the comment section below.

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Millersburg Rosalind bowl in marigold

Rays and Ribbons in marigold

Peacock and Urn master berry in amethyst.

Deep Grape compote

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Are you ready for a fun filled week at the International Carnival Glass Association”s yearly convention? Then pack up your glass, your car, and your appetite for a fun filled few days. Two auctions – a tumbler auction on Thursday night and a loaded auction on Saturday. Perhaps you will find something that you "need" in one of the rooms that sell glass. Join us at the Holiday Inn Airport in Des Moines, IA from July 10-13, 2013.

Check out www.internationalcarnivalglass.com/icga-convention/ for more on the convention, including information, phone numbers, and a schedule of activities. See MoreSee Less

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Those are so amazing.

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