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Sometimes it is hard to tell quite what shade or color a piece of carnival glass is. This is a lime green Nippon PCE (pie crust edge) bowl. It differs from ice green by having a hint of yellow in the pastel lime green glass color. Of course the iridescence has picks greens, and blues. This was a pattern made by Northwood and is similar to a pattern by Fenton (Peacock Tail). Nippon has a distinct flower center with a ring around it. In Peacock Tail the arcs go all the way to the center. See MoreSee Less

Sometimes it is hard to tell quite what shade or color a piece of carnival glass is. This is a lime green Nippon PCE (pie crust edge) bowl. It differs from ice green by having a hint of yellow in the pastel lime green glass color. Of course the iridescence has picks greens, and blues. This was a pattern made by Northwood and is similar to a pattern by Fenton (Peacock Tail). Nippon has a distinct flower center with a ring around it. In Peacock Tail the arcs go all the way to the center.

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Cheryl AckermanBeautiful piece.

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ICGA display room this year will be mugs and loving cups and this will be a chance for everyone to see these beautiful pieces and enjoy a talk by Roger Dunham who started collecting mugs in 1973 and still collecting today. Here are some examples of Beaded Shell mugs you’ll see in our display room so enjoy them. See MoreSee Less

ICGA display room this year will be mugs and loving cups and this will be a chance for everyone to see these beautiful pieces and enjoy a talk by Roger Dunham who started collecting mugs in 1973 and still collecting today. Here are some examples of Beaded Shell mugs youll see in our display room so enjoy them.

In honor of President’s Day, I present this display that featured red, white, and blue carnival glass. This was presented at one of our ICGA conventions several years ago. It is fun to see all the glass, how people decide on topics for their displays, buying glass, and meeting and becoming friends with many collectors. Join now for a fact filled newsletter, a chance to meet great people, and find some beautiful glass to buy. See MoreSee Less

In honor of Presidents Day, I present this display that featured red, white, and blue carnival glass. This was presented at one of our ICGA conventions several years ago. It is fun to see all the glass, how people decide on topics for their displays, buying glass, and meeting and becoming friends with many collectors. Join now for a fact filled newsletter, a chance to meet great people, and find some beautiful glass to buy.

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Anna Johnsonlike the look of all that

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Heather An DouglasAbsolutely beautiful!

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