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This beautiful bowl looks like it is marigold from the top of the bowl, but you have to look at the true color of the glass on the bottom of the bowl. It is powder blue with a marigold iridescence. This is another Chrysanthemum bowl by Fenton, but unlike the green one pictured below, this bowl has no feet and is between eight and nine inches in diameter. The fun of finding a somewhat common piece in a different color is one of the fun things about collecting carnival glass. Give it a try. See MoreSee Less

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International Carnival Glass Association added 2 new photos.

Imperial 393 is a plain pattern, but an elegant shape. In the old catalog drawings, there are additional numbers after 393, which denote the shape of the piece in most cases. This was a utilitarian pattern for Imperial, which meant it was made in quantities for everyday use. Not only is it found in the pitcher and punch bowl that are shown here, but in many other useful pieces. For those of you who don’t have a great deal to spend on carnival, these would be an elegant addition to your collection. The punch set comes in green. I haven’t seen the pitcher in green, but would be a nice find, if you see it. See MoreSee Less

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Anna Stewart SpragueLove Imperial’s Carnival Glass. These pieces are elegant in their simplicity.
Thank you for posting.

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Paulette FortuneLove this pattern – especially in the dark colors- the iridescence is usually beautiful

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Mitchell StewartI have that #3939 Punch Set in Green but only 5 cups. I sold my Marigold one to a lady in NC.

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Pat BoyerBeautiful

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Sherry Kay Mullins-Wintonthis is a few pieces of my Imperial glass with a few other maker’s pieces mixed in….I LOVE ALL GLASS it’s just pieces of art to me <3

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Many people collect the Dragon and Lotus pattern in carnival glass, but a companion piece that was also made by Fenton is the Dragon and Strawberry pattern. This was made in a much smaller quantity and not in so many colors. This pictured Dragon and Strawberry is blue and is shaped in the ICS (Ice Cream Shape). This was made in the early 1900’s. See MoreSee Less

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Art ChapmanBeautiful piece for sure!

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Beth FreimanAn exceptional example!

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Mary SmithWow!

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Liza Michellegorgeous

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