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This is a distinctive edge that is found on some Dugan bowls. This one is a peach opal bowl in the Single Flower pattern that has also been hand decorated with a pretty blue floral pattern on the interior. The edge is called a deep three-in-one. The molded pattern is shown also with a bit of the interior showing in the first photo.

Do you have an example of a factory handprinted piece? Bowls, tumblers, and pitchers, as well as a few other shapes have been found with enameling. Please share any of your enameled pieces in the comment section below on this International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Let’s see how many we can share. See MoreSee Less

This is a distinctive edge that is found on some Dugan bowls. This one is a peach opal bowl in the Single Flower pattern that has also been hand decorated with a pretty blue floral pattern on the interior. The edge is called a deep three-in-one. The molded pattern is shown also with a bit of the interior showing in the first photo.

Do you have an example of a factory handprinted piece? Bowls, tumblers, and pitchers, as well as a few other shapes have been found with enameling. Please share any of your enameled pieces in the comment section below on this International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Lets see how many we can share.Image attachment

The Cambridge Glass Company made some carnival glass, but not like the other big five companies. This is a marigold Inverted Feather punch bowl and one cup. This was featured at an International Carnival Glass Association convention a few years ago. So far, the punch set has only been found in marigold and green and very rarely at that. There are a few other shapes made in carnival glass, although much more "crystal" glass was made by Cambridge. At this time there are a few table set pieces that were made in amethyst, but more items that were made in marigold and green.

Do you have any Cambridge carnival glass that you would like to share? If so, please share them in the comment section on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. We enjoy seeing your glass.

Make plans for our convention at the Airport Holiday Inn in Des Moines, Iowa from July 10-13. You never know what you might find there. Besides, the people are fun also. Come join us. See MoreSee Less

The Cambridge Glass Company made some carnival glass, but not like the other big five companies. This is a marigold Inverted Feather punch bowl and one cup. This was featured at an International Carnival Glass Association convention a few years ago. So far, the punch set has only been found in marigold and green and very rarely at that. There are a few other shapes made in carnival glass, although much more crystal glass was made by Cambridge. At this time there are a few table set pieces that were made in amethyst, but more items that were made in marigold and green.

Do you have any Cambridge carnival glass that you would like to share? If so, please share them in the comment section on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. We enjoy seeing your glass.

Make plans for our convention at the Airport Holiday Inn in Des Moines, Iowa from July 10-13. You never know what you might find there. Besides, the people are fun also. Come join us.

 

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This is also our Inverted Feather celery vase

This is our Inverted Feather vase whimsey I believe made from the pitcher.

This is the only Cambridge carnival glass piece that I own! I was lucky to find it for sale at the Cambridge Glass museum!

We have that pedestal.

Marigold inverted feather parfaits, only Cambridge I own

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Celebrating St. Joseph’s Day with this red Captive Rose ice cream shape bowl. Wearing of the red this time around.

Please share your red pieces in the comment section of our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. See MoreSee Less

Celebrating St. Josephs Day with this red Captive Rose ice cream shape bowl. Wearing of the red this time around.

Please share your red pieces in the comment section of our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page.

 

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Fenton stippled rays with scale band in reverse amberina 6” berry bowl

Contemporary Imperial 474 vase

My favorite dragon & lotus IC bowl in red

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