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Another rather scarce piece of carnival glass that is going to sell at the ICGA convention auction is this purple Pulled Husk Corn Vase. Jim Seeck, of Seeck Auctions, says this is the best one of these Pulled Husk vases he has seen. Come join us in St. Louis at the Crowne Plaza Airport hotel for the convention, July 12 – 15, or as many of the days as you can. See details on our website, www.internationalcarnivalglass.com . The auction is on Saturday, July 15. See MoreSee Less

Another rather scarce piece of carnival glass that is going to sell at the ICGA convention auction is this purple Pulled Husk Corn Vase. Jim Seeck, of Seeck Auctions, says this is the best one of these Pulled Husk vases he has seen. Come join us in St. Louis at the Crowne Plaza Airport hotel for the convention, July 12 - 15, or as many of the days as you can. See details on our website, www.internationalcarnivalglass.com . The auction is on Saturday, July 15.

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Never seen one of these. Gorgeous!

So pretty

Not many of these Fenton Holly bowls are around. You ask, "What is so unusual about this blue Holly bowl?" If you look carefully at the edge you will see there is an opalescent edge. There must have been a bit of bone ash in the batch when this was made, and then when it was reheated, probably for the iridescent spray, the opal blossomed on the edge.

If you would like to add this beautiful blue opal Holly bowl to your collection, it will be available in the International Carnival Glass Association convention auction to be held on July 15, 2017 to conclude our convention. There is a fantastic array of rare and beautiful glass.

Join us July 12 – 15 for our convention that features a display room on mugs and loving cups with presentation by Roger Dunham, a seminar by Roger Macauley, and banquet speech by Cale Wilcox. You will love their arrays of glass.

Check out our website www.internationalcarnivalglass.com for more details. See MoreSee Less

Not many of these Fenton Holly bowls are around. You ask, What is so unusual about this blue Holly bowl? If you look carefully at the edge you will see there is an opalescent edge. There must have been a bit of bone ash in the batch when this was made, and then when it was reheated, probably for the iridescent spray, the opal blossomed on the edge. 

If you would like to add this beautiful blue opal Holly bowl to your collection, it will be available in the International Carnival Glass Association convention auction to be held on July 15, 2017 to conclude our convention. There is a fantastic array of rare and beautiful glass. 

Join us July 12 - 15 for our convention that features a display room on mugs and loving cups with presentation by Roger Dunham, a seminar by Roger Macauley, and banquet speech by Cale Wilcox. You will love their arrays of glass.

Check out our website www.internationalcarnivalglass.com for more details.

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Spectacular……….😜

This marigold ice cream shape Rose Tree bowl is the only one that has sold in this particular shape. Not only is this a rare piece of Fenton Art Glass, it has fantastic color. This is a fairly large bowl so it could easily be the centerpiece of your collection.

This marigold bowl, along with its twin from a different mother – a blue Rose Tree bowl – will be sold at the International Carnival Glass Association convention auction on July 15, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Airport in St. Louis, MO. We hope you will join us for the convention, as well as the auction. The convention runs from July 12 – 15, 2017. See info on our website www.internationalcarnivalglass.com See MoreSee Less

This marigold ice cream shape Rose Tree bowl is the only one that has sold in this particular shape. Not only is this a rare piece of Fenton Art Glass, it has fantastic color. This is a fairly large bowl so it could easily be the centerpiece of your collection. 

This marigold bowl, along with its twin from a different mother - a blue Rose Tree bowl - will be sold at the International Carnival Glass Association convention auction on July 15, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Airport in St. Louis, MO. We hope you will join us for the convention, as well as the auction. The convention runs from July 12 - 15, 2017. See info on our website www.internationalcarnivalglass.com

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Magnificent……💥

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