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Talk about something unusual – this Cone and Tie tumbler in purple is the only shape known in carnival glass – no pitcher or anything. Purple is the only color known, as well. This was a product of the Imperial Glass Company.
If you have a great tumbler that you would like to share, we would love to see it in the comment section below.
Be on the lookout for this elusive tumbler, but I hope I see it first! … See MoreSee Less
It’s springtime so what better way to celebrate than sharing a marigold Springtime water set with you. Springtime was made by Northwood and should be marked with their N mark. Besides the water set, you may also find berry sets and table sets. None of them are especially easy to find.
Feel free to share some of your springy patterns in the comments below. … See MoreSee Less
Happy St. Joseph’s Day. Celebrate it by wearing red. We’ll celebrate it with a red Persian Medallion bonbon. This you can see is red from a distance. It is red colored glass with a red iridescence. This was made by the Fenton Art Glass Factory in the early 1900’s, probably the teens. This shape and pattern comes in a fairly good range of colors. Some people collect bonbons.
Feel free to insert a bonbon or red piece in the comment section below. … See MoreSee Less