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Here’s a pretty rare carnival glass item. It is a white Orange Tree hatpin holder. Remember to be carnival glass, the piece has to have iridescence. This has gold trim also which is a bit different. This was made by Fenton Art Glass in the early 1900’s. Fenton made a lot of different items in the Orange Tree pattern. Many of the items are found quite easily, but you will look a while to find this. … See MoreSee Less
A piece of carnival glass doesn’t have to be rare to be pretty. If it has the color you like, it will look great in your collection. This is a Millersburg Blackberry Wreath CRE (candy ribbon edge) bowl. It is marigold, but doesn’t that marigold color just strike a good feeling in you. The edge shaping is an added pleasure also. I would say that almost any collector of carnival glass could afford this beauty. … See MoreSee Less
Snow is here, and so is this snowy white Graceful vase by Northwood. It is very rare and resides in a home of vase collectors – imagine that. There are also very scarce ice blue Graceful vases. These vases are found more commonly in green, marigold, and purple. There are two versions of the pattern. One has a thinner stem and this one has a thicker stem. A little knowledge is good, but the more knowledge you have, the more likely you will find a bargain when you are out looking. … See MoreSee Less