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International Carnival Glass Association

Not exactly Easter Lilies, but a Tiger Lily blue pitcher and tumbler, to wish you a Happy Easter. See MoreSee Less

Not exactly Easter Lilies, but a Tiger Lily blue pitcher and tumbler, to wish you a Happy Easter. See MoreSee Less

Not exactly Easter Lilies, but a Tiger Lily blue pitcher and tumbler, to wish you a Happy Easter.

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That's very pretty glass!!

Very beautiful!

Happy Easter 🙏🐇

Do you live in a tiny space and not have room to collect carnival glass? Well, do I have something for you to collect that can be stored in a very small space. You can appreciate the detail in the molds that were made to cast these miniature collectibles.

This button, featuring an alligator, is probably one of the harder to find carnival glass buttons. It is only 11/16th of an inch in diameter. It possibly could have been made in Czechoslovakia before 1900. At any rate, it is a fascinating collectible. There are hundreds of patterns. I will challenge you to fine them all!!!

Do you have any buttons to share? They aren’t easy to photograph, but I love a challenge. Please share any of your buttons in the comment section of our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. See MoreSee Less

Do you live in a tiny space and not have room to collect carnival glass? Well, do I have something for you to collect that can be stored in a very small space. You can appreciate the detail in the molds that were made to cast these miniature collectibles.

This button, featuring an alligator, is probably one of the harder to find carnival glass buttons. It is only 11/16th of an inch in diameter. It possibly could have been made in Czechoslovakia before 1900. At any rate, it is a fascinating collectible. There are hundreds of patterns. I will challenge you to fine them all!!!

Do you have any buttons to share? They arent easy to photograph, but I love a challenge. Please share any of your buttons in the comment section of our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page.

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I don't have any Carnival buttons…much less did I know they existed. When I saw this pic at first glance, I thought "If only this were the size of a focal bead" for a beautiful bracelet." I will have to keep the eyeball fine tuned for these "gems". I am aware of modern glass artists who produce beautiful glass focal beads. I hope others take your invitation to share.

Not buttons but hatpins. elegance in blue

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