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Our convention is coming up from July 10 – July 13, 2019. Our auction will feature the collection of the late Lee Markley, who was secretary of the association for years.. Lee enjoyed collecting Bushel Baskets, and there will be quite a few featured in the auction. The pair of Bushel Baskets shown are both sapphire. One is the eight sided variety and the other is round.

We would love to have you join us for the convention, including lots of glass, lots of friendship, lots of food, and the auction to culminate the convention. Please join us.

If you would like to share some Bushel Baskets, please do so in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. We’ll see if you have more than Lee. See MoreSee Less

Our convention is coming up from July 10  - July 13, 2019. Our auction will feature the collection of the late Lee Markley, who was secretary of the association for years.. Lee enjoyed collecting Bushel Baskets, and there will be quite a few featured in the auction. The pair of Bushel Baskets shown are both sapphire. One is the eight sided variety and the other is round. 

We would love to have you join us for the convention, including lots of glass, lots of friendship, lots of food, and the auction to culminate the convention. Please join us.

If you would like to share some Bushel Baskets, please do so in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Well see if you have more than Lee.

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The cobalt blue basket is absolutely beautiful!!

We will be there on Friday

Bushel Basket in a row

Where is it

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This beautiful green Concord bowl was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company in the early 1900’s. This pattern is known only in bowls and plates. To me, it is very much like the Vintage pattern, but the Concord pattern has a lot of crosshatch markings around the grapes – covering the bowl to the edges. Could this be a reworking of the mold to make an interesting pattern when the mold was worn?

Do you have a pretty green piece of Fenton carnival glass that you would like to share in our comment section on our International Carnival Glass Association page? We would enjoy seeing your pieces. See MoreSee Less

This beautiful green Concord bowl was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company in the early 1900s. This pattern is known only in bowls and plates. To me, it is very much like the Vintage pattern, but the Concord pattern has a lot of crosshatch markings around the grapes - covering the bowl to the edges. Could this be a reworking of the mold to make an interesting pattern when the mold was worn?

Do you have a pretty green piece of Fenton carnival glass that you would like to share in our comment section on our International Carnival Glass Association page? We would enjoy seeing your pieces.

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Beautiful piece!

Green blackberry bramble compote

small green epergne in Vintage pattern

Green nut bowl, blackberry open edge with basket weave exterior

A Concord Proof Bowl in Green

Green Vintage small bowl

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Dugan or Diamond made this Adam’s Rib vase in the later years of classic carnival glass – Late teens or twenties. This is a cross-over pattern for carnival glass and stretch glass. We carnival collectors want to have a pattern to the glass, which this does, and the stretch collectors want to have that stretchy onion skin look to the edges. This one has both a pattern and the stretchy look. Carnival collectors call the color celeste blue and I’m sure stretch collectors have a special name for the color, as well. Stretch collectors, what do you call this color?

Do you have a crossover piece that would fit both the carnival pattern and the stretch stretchy look? If so, please share it in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Please tell us a bit about it as well. See MoreSee Less

Dugan or Diamond made this Adams Rib vase in the later years of classic carnival glass - Late teens or twenties. This is a cross-over pattern for carnival glass and stretch glass. We carnival collectors want to have a pattern to the glass, which this does, and the stretch collectors want to have that stretchy onion skin look to the edges. This one has both a pattern and the stretchy look. Carnival collectors call the color celeste blue and Im sure stretch collectors have a special name for the color, as well. Stretch collectors, what do you call this color?

Do you have a crossover piece that would fit both the carnival pattern and the stretch stretchy look? If so, please share it in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Please tell us a bit about it as well.

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Just curious what you paid if that's not rude. I have an Indiana large centerpiece bowl with fruits and leaves and a grapes and leaves blue tall bowl. I don't know what to ask for in price at all. Help?

Here is one I just got recently. Fenton's G&C 3 footed bowl.

Gorgeous!

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