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1 day ago
Grape and Cable was the bread and butter pattern made by Northwood. There are probably more shapes made in this pattern than any other. This is a large ruffled blue bowl, which isn’t an easy one to find, especially with the iridescence that this one has. When you buy carnival glass, it is best to find something you like and with an iridescence that hits your eye. … See MoreSee Less
Everyone should look at Dave Doty’s carnival glass website, as he provides fabulous info. Google Dave Doty Carnival Glass. I have a large collection of it.
Yes, if you want to learn patterns and values for pieces, then www.ddoty.com is a great site. Also Hooked on Carnival is also a good one to check.
And Carnival Glass Worldwide
3 days ago
Good Luck will follow you to this marigold Good Luck plate. This was made by Northwood in the early 1900’s. You will find bowls more often than plates, but they can be found for not a lot of money. A couple of different back patterns were used for this, as well as a stippled version of Good Luck. Keep reading and learning so you might find some bargains or at least great pieces of carnival glass. … See MoreSee Less
Really like this one. Thank you for the information on carnival glass!
6 days ago
If you enjoy collecting vases that are reasonably priced, you might like collecting these Beaded Bullseye vases by Imperial. Shown are marigold, purple, and amethyst. There are other colors available, as well. As you can see these vases can vary in height, but the diameter of the bases are basically the same. … See MoreSee Less
Think i have the middle one. It was my grandmothers.