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2 days ago
Many of us have a Horse Medallion piece of carnival glass - maybe in marigold, blue, green, or one of the other colors, but not many of us have a celeste blue Horse Medallion bowl like the one in the photo. Horse Medallion was a pattern made by the Fenton Art Glass Company. We presume it was to make a likeness of the old photo Pharoah's Horses. This has the onion skin effect of stretch glass around the edges of the bowl. It was reheated to produce this effect after it was sprayed with the chemicals that make the iridescence. ... See MoreSee Less
My favorite! Thanks for this one, Barb!
4 days ago
If you don't have room for a lot of carnival glass, you might consider collecting carnival glass tumblers. Many are not expensive and there certainly are a lot of patterns and colors available.
This is a marigold S-Repeat tumbler which was made by the Dugan Glass Company. It was made in pattern glass before carnival glass was made. This tumbler doesn't come up for sale too often. The only other shape that was in production was the punch bowl and cups. Once in a great while one of the punch cups was whimsied into a little creamer by pulling a spout while the glass was still workable. Punch sets are only known in purple, and tumblers are known in marigold. A few purple flashed items are known.
Some people specialize in tumblers. You could too. ... See MoreSee Less
That’s a cutie.