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Looking for serious collectors interested in adding a rare Northwood aqua opalescent hat pin holder to their collection. Serious inquiries only can contact via phone or email information listed below: Please note the holder on the left showing damage to the foot is currently pending sold! 615-308-1697 112antiquemall@gmail.com See MoreSee Less

 

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those are beautiful , I have one in colbalt blue ,very pretty

Please PM me a price.

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Most of the pieces of carnival glass were made by five or six companies. This white Palm Beach deep bowl was made by the U.S. Glass Company, which was comprised of several other companies who after they merged with U.S. were known as factories of U.S. Glass. This Palm Beach pattern was made in a variety of shapes, but basically known in white and marigold.

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Most of the pieces of carnival glass were made by five or six companies. This white Palm Beach deep bowl was made by the U.S. Glass Company, which was comprised of several other companies who after they merged with U.S. were known as factories of U.S. Glass. This Palm Beach pattern was made in a variety of shapes, but basically known in white and  marigold.

Do you have any Palm Beach photos to share or other white pieces of glass? Please do it in the comment section here on our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page.

 

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This was my Palm Beach Vase, I believe whimsied from a spooner.

Bulbous vase :)

Whimsey Palm Beach Vase, looks like it was made from Tumbler

Imperial Beaded Jewels lidded jar in white

Love this!!

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If you just want pretty, you will want to find a Wishbone bowl that looks like this blue one. You can tell by looking that this is blue, but to make sure, turn it over and look at the color of the glass on the collar base. That will tell you for sure. This has what we carnival glass collectors call the pie crust edge (PCE). It was made by the Northwood company in the early 1900’s.

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If you just want pretty, you will want to find a Wishbone bowl that looks like this blue one. You can tell by looking that this is blue, but to make sure, turn it over and look at the color of the glass on the collar base. That will tell you for sure. This has what we carnival glass collectors call the pie crust edge (PCE). It was made by the Northwood company in the early 1900s. 

Do you have a favorite blue piece or another color in Wishbone? If you do, we would like to have you share a photo in the comment section below our International Carnival Glass Association Facebook page. Tell us what you are sharing.

 

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Wishbone in Green.

Blue NW Peacock and Urn Sauce.

My Wishbone tricorner!

Ice green three footed Wishbone.

Fenton Heart and Vine ruffled bowl in blue

One of my Wishbones

Peach opalescent berry bowl wishbone and spades

Wishbone single horn in Marigold.

My Wishbone Plate in Amethyst

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My wishbone in marigold

Wishbone in Green

Heart and Vine in cobalt

One of my favorite Northwood patterns, killer piece

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