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We were treated to seeing two sapphire Peacock and Urn ice cream shape bowls at the convention, both equally beautiful, and both in seminars or banquet presentations. The color of the glass and the pastel iridescence makes it easy to determine the color sapphire. This was made by Northwood in the early 1900’s. It doesn’t really compare to the color of the gemstone sapphire, but this is what the color has been called in the carnival glass world.

Do you have any sapphire pieces that you can share in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page? If you don’t have a sapphire piece, do you have any Peacock and Urn Northwood pieces to share. We all would enjoy seeing your beautiful glass. See MoreSee Less

We were treated to seeing two sapphire Peacock and Urn ice cream shape bowls at the convention, both equally beautiful, and both in seminars or banquet presentations. The color of the glass and the pastel iridescence makes it easy to determine the color sapphire. This was made by Northwood in the early 1900s. It doesnt really compare to the color of the gemstone sapphire, but this is what the color has been called in the carnival glass world.

Do you have any sapphire pieces that you can share in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page? If you dont have a sapphire piece, do you have any Peacock and Urn Northwood pieces to share. We all would enjoy seeing your beautiful glass.

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I have a mystery peacock and urn. I think its amethyst. But I'm working. I will send you a picture if you want to see it.
Now though. I think its green.

My 6” peacock and urn berry bowl in amethyst

Bushel Basket in Sapphire Blue

Grape and Cable Sapphire Blue

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A lot of white carnival glass shows a frostiness to the iridescence and glass. This is a Beaded Shell mug in white. It was made by the Dugan Glass Company in the early 1900’s. White carnival looks best, to me, if it is displayed on a dark background – wood or painted cupboards. White Dugan glass isn’t the most common color to find, but it is obtainable with diligence of looking.

I bet that you have a mug or a piece of white that you could show on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page, in the comment section below. We all like to see other people’s glass. See MoreSee Less

A lot of white carnival glass shows a frostiness to the iridescence and glass. This is a Beaded Shell mug in white. It was made by the Dugan Glass Company in the early 1900s. White carnival looks best, to me, if it is displayed on  a dark background - wood or painted cupboards. White Dugan glass isnt the most common color to find, but it is obtainable with diligence of looking.

I bet that you have a mug or a piece of white that you could show on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page, in the comment section below. We all like to see other peoples glass.

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My only piece of white, so far, Fenton's enameled Crocus.

Dugan’s Grapevine Lattice.

Northwood Peacock at the Fountain Compote

Fenton rustic 12” vase

Daisy and Cane Compote in white

We got this last weekend at ICGA convention auction. Grape Arbor 7 pc tankard water set. Excited to put this in our collection.

Here’s three of my white mugs singing bird, Orange Tree Shaving and my beaded shell.

Lined Lattice

Fenton holly bowl. Love white carnival

Dugan grape delight rose bowl

A standard white Orange Tree that is not frosty but it's hard to be too picky when buying any white mug.

Northwood bushel basket

Here’s a contemporary piece,Imperial beaded jewels covered jar

White drapery candy dish

Imperial miniature morning glory

Fenton stippled rays with scale band berry bowl

❤️White carnival ….. and all colors too!

White Imperial Pansy Nappie

White Oriental Water Pitcher

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Kitty and Russell Umbraco wowed us at our ICGA convention with their seminar on Stretch or Carnival Glass. All their pieces had a pattern, which qualifies them to be carnival glass, but they all had that stretchy finish on the edges – kind of like onion skin.

Do you have a piece of carnival glass with the stretchy finish on the edge? If you do, would you share it in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. See MoreSee Less

Kitty and Russell Umbraco wowed us at our ICGA convention with their seminar on Stretch or Carnival Glass. All their pieces had a pattern, which qualifies them to be carnival glass, but they all had that stretchy finish on the edges - kind of like onion skin. 

Do you have a piece of carnival glass with the stretchy finish on the edge? If you do, would you share it in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page.

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Our Fenton #3 Cream and Sugar set in Celeste Blue.

I did not know the Fenton flower pot is the same mold that they swung into the Spiral Optic vase and I now know the Northwood light purple/wisteria vase that was in this talk is #569. I learn something new in every talk but my brain is all most full😉😉

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