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This is an amethyst Millersburg Blackberry Wreath three-in-one edge berry bowl. The Millersburg glass company wasn’t in business for many years. It might have been because they had so many molds made and molds were very expensive because they were carved by an artisan from a very dense metal. This Blackberry Wreath pattern is very similar to Grape Wreath, Grape Leaves, and Strawberry Wreath. Just the center is different on these patterns. You might want to study these, if you aren’t familiar with them.

Do you have any of these patterns that you would like to show in our comment section below this post on the International Carnival Glass Association’s Facebook page? That might help those who don’t know learn the differences. See MoreSee Less

This is an amethyst Millersburg Blackberry Wreath three-in-one edge berry bowl. The Millersburg glass company wasnt in business for many years. It might have been because they had so many molds made and molds were very expensive because they were carved by an artisan from a very dense metal. This Blackberry Wreath pattern is very similar to Grape Wreath, Grape Leaves, and Strawberry Wreath. Just the center is different on these patterns. You might want to study these, if you arent familiar with them.

Do you have any of these patterns that you would like to show in our comment section below this post on the International Carnival Glass Associations Facebook page? That might help those who dont know learn the differences.

 

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Really nice example.

Blackberry wreath in green, amethyst and marigold

Grape wreath in amethyst and green. Love Millersburg

These are my amethyst feather leaf motif and marigold clover and feather. Am I correct?

Sorry, the other one

Those amethyst ones look like the clover leaf medallion that is shown on www.ddoty.com . The marigold is indeed the feather leaf design. Thanks for sharing. I was hoping someone would show the different centers.

Quite rare tri corner 6 1/2” Strawberry Wreath found by our good friend Reginald Dunham on his way to the 2017 ICGA convention in St Louis, Reg offered it to us and of course we couldn’t resist.

Since Grape Wreath entered the discussion, there are 4 variants. 2 are shown above, 4 plumed feather and 4 leaf clover. Here’s another that is frequently seen, the 8pt star courtesy of Jim Wroda past auctions.

Since Grape Wreath entered the discussion, there are 4 variants. 2 are shown above, 4 plumed feather and 4 leaf clover. Here’s another that is only rarely seen and clearly the hardest to find, a 4 plume feather on top of a 4pt star courtesy of Jim Wroda past auctions.

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In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row, is the beginning of a poem honoring our military. In honor of our veterans and those military personnel serving now, I would like to present this Imperial amber Poppy Show vase.

Please remember to honor these brave people by thanking them today and any day.

If you have any poppy pattern pieces or other pieces that would honor our military, please share in the comment section on our International Carnival Glass Association’s Facebook page. See MoreSee Less

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row, is the beginning of a poem honoring our military. In honor of our veterans and those military personnel serving now, I would like to present this Imperial amber Poppy Show vase. 

Please remember to honor these brave people by thanking them today and any day.

If you have any poppy pattern pieces or other pieces that would honor our military, please share in the comment section on our International Carnival Glass Associations Facebook page.

Northwood made this beautiful white Tree Trunk vase. It is the standard size, except it wasn’t swung as much as most vases were swung, so it is called a squatty vase. This was made by Northwood in the early 1900’s, probably the teens. The best way to display white glass is on a dark background.

Do you have a squatty vase that you would like to share, or a swung vase, or a neat piece of white carnival glass?Please share it in the comment section below on our ICGA Facebook page. It is always fun to see beautiful glass. See MoreSee Less

Northwood made this beautiful white Tree Trunk vase. It is the standard size, except it wasnt swung as much as most vases were swung, so it is called a squatty vase. This was made by Northwood in the early 1900s, probably the teens. The best way to display white glass is on a dark background.

Do you have a squatty vase that you would like to share, or a swung vase, or a neat piece of white carnival glass?Please share it in the comment section below on our ICGA Facebook page. It is always fun to see beautiful glass.

 

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I have a squatty smoke

Sharing our white Tree Trunk midsize with you fine folk.

6 inch White Rustic

My imperial ripple squatty!

I have an amethyst tree trunk

Here’s my white 12” rustic vase

A little squatty green 4 1/2” Imperial morning glory vase

NORTHWOOD THIN RIB SAPPHIRE BLUE CARNIVAL GLASS MID-SIZE VASE 15"

Imperial Carnival Flute Vase Plunger Base Sawtooth Edge

will that one qualify for the theme ? FENTON JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT Vase in Persian Pearl , 6" tall

Squatty Northwood fine rib vase in amethyst with beautiful iridescent getting ready to take a bath lol

Looks like the one I sold!

Here’s one of my Tree Trunk vases.

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