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Marigold is one of the most common carnival glass colors. Fenton's carnival glass was first marketed as the golden sunset iridescent assortment in catalogs. In 1907 when these pieces first sold, they cost 85 cents. A Fenton autumn acorns bowl averages for about $65. You can find some selling for as much as $150 Website for David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass. Index to Classic Carnival Glass Patterns: Carnival glass is found in a great number of patterns--at least 2,000. I show many of them here and will add others as time permits. Acorn, Fenton Acorn compote, Millersburg Acorn vases, Millersburg Acorn Burrs Ada Adam's Rib African Shield vas Samovars, Unknown (Russia): Collectors Facts. Sandwich pattern #4534 and pitcher #9666, Fenton (Contemporary): Contemporary Amethyst , Fenton Red 1990-91. Santa Claus Depression Era / Late Carnival), Jeannette Glass: Bob Smith Tumbler Museum. Santa Claus, Robert Hansen (Contemporary): NetworK Christmas Special 2016 As with many popular collectibles, Fenton Art Glass was a trendsetter. And copycats followed suit. Its Carnival glass popularity spurred other manufacturers to produce iridescent glassware. Glass experts think around 2,000 Carnival glass patterns are still available today. Identifying authentic Fenton Carnival glass can be a challenge. However.

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  1. e carnival glass for an oval logo starting from about 1970. The first Fenton logo to be stamped into the glass was the word Fenton inside of an oval. It can be found on carnival glass pieces including vases, dishes, and decorative items that were made starting in 1970
  2. Contemporary Fenton. Alphabetical List of Fenton Contemporary Carnival. Fenton was the first glass maker to introduce Carnival Glass, about 1907. Their production has been continuous since then. In the 1960s when people began collecting the old Carnival, Fenton reissued a number of their patterns and has added more patterns since. • signifies.
  3. ed based on rarity, color, condition and, with respect to carnival and iridescent art glass, quality of iridescence. *We do not do appraisals. We have an extensive amount of carnival glass (over 6,000 pieces), as well as art glass, and will be posting more as we can
  4. Carnival Glass was first produced by Fenton in 1907 and was made continuously until 2011. There were 5 or 6 major makers of it originally, but Fenton lasted longer than any of the others. There are about 2,000 different patterns in Carnival Glass, many of which are similar, leading to much confusion
  5. Fenton Antique Marigold Carnival Glass 8.5 Ruffled Bowl, Cut ARCS, Drapery Pattern. SebilsCollectibles. 5 out of 5 stars. (43) $24.00. Only 1 available and it's in 1 person's cart

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Carnival Glass Patterns J to Q. Jacobean (aka Milord), Inwald: Inwald Tumblers, Inwald Gallery, Collectors Facts, Read All About It, NetworK #4, NetworK #12 Jacob's Ladder, U.S. Glass: U.S. Glass Gallery Janovals, probably Sowerby: Collectors Facts, Sowerby Gallery Jefferson Comport, Fenton (Contemporary): Contemporary Carnival Jefferson Davis plate, L E Smith (Contemporary): L E Smit Fenton Rose Pastel Hobnail 4 1/2-inch Vase. A Fenton hobnail 4 1/2-inch vase can go for $15 to $50. The older it is, the higher in cost. Opalescent or iridescent glass can be worth more. Hobnail glass was popular in Victorian times, then, it was called dewdrop glass. When Fenton introduced it in 1939, it became a hit Fenton Carnival Glass Vintage Pattern (Grapes & Leaves) ICS Sauce Bowl, Blue SageLakesCollections. 5 out of 5 stars (80) $ 55.00 FREE shipping Favorite Add to Fenton Carnival Glass TheShopsInUptown. 5 out of 5 stars (15) $ 75.00 FREE shipping Favorite Add to. Join Our Newsletter. Receive the latest news on new promotions, exclusive offers, and new arrivals

Fenton blue glass fluted, patterned ruffled vase drape swag drapery glass. ParkerRosafarms. 5 out of 5 stars. (25) $35.00. Favorite. Add to. Vintage Fenton Colonial art glass green glass basket with swirl design and pattern! Stunning green glass perfect for the Holidays Vintage Fenton Carnival Glass Acorns 6 1/2 ruffled bowl RED Excellent condition. $150.00. Free shipping. or Best Offer. RARE! Vintage Fenton Orchid Opalescent 5 Compote! GORGEOUS, A REAL BEAUTY!!!!!

Vtg Fenton Carnival Glass Bicentennial Bell, 6 3/4 tall, 3 1/2 wide at base, Iridescent, Beautiful! Fenton amethyst carnival glass slipper in the daisy and button pattern. Misc 619 StemwareAndSuch 5 out of 5 stars (451) $ 29.58. Add to Favorites Quick view. Fenton Art Glass Company, Williamstown, West Virginia, has been making high quality glass since 1905! We offer a wide variety of antique Fenton Art Glass for Sale. If you're interested in Fenton glass, we offer antique Fenton Art Glass for sale on this page, and have many pieces of Fenton under on our other pages, ex. Contemporary Carnival. Carnival Glass Collecting Carnival Glass and a short history of the companies that produced it, such as Fenton and Northwood. Carnival glass was first produced in the early nineteen hundreds and is a range of patterned, pressed glass suffused with an iridescent lustre, which reflects the light and makes the glass surface gleam with metallic highlight EUC. Bill Fenton Iridescent Vase Emerald Green Iris Hand Painted Signed Designer. $64.50. +$12.00 shipping. Make Offer. - Bill Fenton Iridescent Vase Emerald Green Iris Hand Painted Signed Designer. FENTON Art Carnival Glass Purple Butterfly Floral Hand Painted SIGNED FAGCA 2002. $45.95. +$14.90 shipping Fenton Art Glass Purple Carnival Perfume Bottle Heart Stopper Signed 95th Aniv. $79.95. $13.20 shipping. or Best Offer

Mar 3, 2021 - Explore Carolyn's board C WV Fenton Carnival Glass, followed by 461 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about carnival glass, fenton, glass The Fenton carnival glass items listed on this page are all unsigned vintage items. These items were manufactured by Fenton Art Glass before 1920. Fenton is known as the carnival glass manufacturer who developed the most vintage patterns made during the vintage carnival glass era. Brought to by C olleywood Carnival Glass Company Fenton Carnival Glass Fernery Cobalt Blue Opalescent Yellow Grape Pattern 5.5. $22.67. Was: $37.79. $14.00 shipping. Results Pagination - Page 1 Sale Pre-1970 Fenton Blue Carnival Peacock and Grape Pattern Bowl. 21GristmillLane. 5 out of 5 stars. (486) $125.99. Favorite

Grape and Cable, Fenton. A continuing point of confusion among Carnival Glass collectors is the difference between Fenton's Grape and Cable and that of Northwood. The patterns have the same components, so unless you study the arrangement of the grapes, it's often hard to tell which is which. To begin with, Fenton made only bowls and plates; any. A really excellent, easy-to-use aid to identifying carnival glass patterns. Fenton Glass: the first 25 years (Dec 1990 with a 1998 price guide) by William Heacock. 144 pages about the people, the company, and the glass they made between 1905 and 1930. Fenton were one of the major producers of Carnival Glass in those early years In the early days of Carnival Glass collecting, Marion Hartung and Rose Presznick were each giving Carnival Glass patterns names. As time passed, most everyone used the Hartung name given the pattern. Swan, Carnival Swirl Ten Mums Thistle, Fenton's Tiger Lily Tomahawk Tornado Treebark Trout & Fly Twins Two Flowers Two Fruits Vineyard Vintag Fenton entered the glass market in 1908 with the introduction of what later became known as carnival glass. Using Tiffany and Steuben iridescent glass as inspiration, Fenton ultimately produced over 130 patterns of what some have called poor man's Tiffany

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  1. The demand for carnival glass extended through the 60's which prompted the Fenton Glass Company to reproduce antique glass and classic patterns in the 70's. Dating Fenton glass is fairly simple as many pieces you will come across are marked on the bottom with the word Fenton in an oval, or marked with just a scripted F in an oval
  2. Collecting Fenton glass is a very popular hobby. Collectors may specialise in a particular colour or type of glass (carnival glass, Burmese glass, milk glass for example) or they may specialise in a type of object (bells, or slippers, or cats, or vases). Fenton has always produced sufficient variety every year to keep all their supporters happy
  3. 1 - 100 of 1,059 items. Sort & Refine. Hobnail Milk Glass. View Pattern. Silver Crest. View Pattern. Hobnail Blue (Opalescent) View Pattern
  4. Acorn, Fenton. Fenton made two acorn patterns; this one is found almost entirely in smallish bowls. The other, Autumn Acorns, is most quickly identified by the leaf in the center. The red bowl on the left is the typical shape. Red, by the way, is very common in this pattern. On the right is one of the few known plates and one of only two known.
  5. Reseacrh Fenton Art Glass colors and learn more about the history of the Fenton Art Glass company. This Fenton Art Glass site is dedicated to the Fenton collectors and maintained by fellow Fenton Fanatics. Original Formula Carnival (base color amethyst) 1970-1983: CO: Orange Carnival (Marigold) 7/71-12/73: CO: Cameo Opalescent (brought back.
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Antique Fenton Orange Tree Orchard Blue Carnival Glass Tumbler. $ 40.00 Add to cart. Add to Wishlist. Add to Wishlist. CarnivalGlass.com offers antique carnival glass for sale in a large variety of colors, patterns and shapes. Check back often to find new pieces of antique carnival glass for sale 1970. After years of trials and experiments, Fenton reintroduces Carnival glass. Items are marked with a distinctive logo, the word Fenton in script type within an oval. 1980-1989. The first Connoisseur Collection is offered in 1983. Throughout the 1980s, Fenton's Milk Glass, Burmese and Rosalene colors continue to rise in popularity

Carnival Glass: Reproductions-at-a-Glance Compiled by Elaine Blair First publication: July 1999. Revised: November 2020 Pattern Original Manufacturer Manufacturer of Reproduction Reproduced Pieces Colors of Reproductions Acanthus Imperial Imperial (pattern similar to Leaf Tiers) Fenton (original Acanthus pattern) bowl, plate basket, bowl, plat Jun 7, 2021 - Explore Kathy Steenbuck's board Fenton/Carnival Glass, followed by 1056 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about carnival glass, fenton, glass Feb 22, 2018 - Explore Kim Lorrine Harris's board FENTON GLASS COLLECTIBLES, followed by 259 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about fenton glass, fenton, glass

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Over 150 different patterns are known in carnival glass that are attributed to Fenton. Hobnail pattern open compote / candy dish with ruffled rim, in Colonial Orange (amberina) glass. Their Cursive Fenton inside an oval mark is on the base Fenton Art Glass. Previous Pause Next. Fenton Gift Shop. Though Fenton Gift Shop is currently closed to the public, we have a large selection of vintage and NEW Fenton Art Glass. Located 2242 Williams Hwy., Ste. 108, Williamstown, WV 26187. Call 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342. We will be posting on Facebook and in newsletters with current offerings Fenton Marks: The Fenton in an oval logo was first used on Carnival Glass in 1970. The next line to be marked was Hobnail in 1972-1973. By 1975 the logo had been added to all Fenton items. Fenton added a small number 8 to the logo used for the 80's decade, 9 for 90's decade and 0 for 2000 to the present

Imperial contributed a few pieces but Fenton, with few exceptions, made the rest of the red carnival. There is no evidence, to date, that Cambridge, Northwood, Millersburg, Westmoreland, Dugan/Diamond or U.S. Glass made any at all. The only possible exception are the carnival lamps that were made in four different patterns Jan 31, 2013 - Many, many years ago, a bowl just like the board cover was broken. It belonged to my grandmother. I have searched for 40 years for this bowl, and finally found one 1-30-13. So now I own the bowl and know what to search for! It is amazing how many I am finding now that I know it is Grape and Cable. Mine is Northwood, but Fenton also made the same pattern Carnival glass and depression glass are two types of antique glassware highly sought after by collectors. Both types are brightly colored and both were mass-produced in the past and then discontinued. However, carnival glass and depression glass have differences that are obvious to the trained eye Depression era Carnival While little classic era Carnival was made during the 1930s, other companies began producing items with more delicate patterns, some of which were given a light marigold iridescence. A good example is Jeannette's Iris and Herringbone. Doped Ware The original name for Carnival Glass. The glass workers who used it called. Fenton Royal Blue Carnival Chrysanthemum (Windmill & Mums) 3-Footed Bowl. A Glass Act. $135. Browse Similar. Fenton Carnival Glass Marigold Hat Shaped Bowl. Something Wonderful. $46 Sale Price 29% Off. Browse Similar. Vintage Fenton Dragon & Lotus Marigold Ruffle Bowl

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CarnivalGlass.com is the largest online marketplace for Carnival and Art Glass. We offer a large variety of antique Imperial glass for sale, as well as Fenton, Northwood, Dugan, Millersburg and others Vintage Fenton Art Glass Panther Pattern Marigold Carnival Footed Berry Bowl. C $11.24. 0 bids. C $38.77 shipping. Ending 21 Apr at 15:28 EDT. 6d 18h

Carnival glass originated as a glass called Iridill, produced beginning in 1908 by the Fenton Art Glass Company (1905-2011). Iridill was inspired by the fine blown art glass of such makers as Tiffany and Steuben, but did not sell at the anticipated premium prices and was subsequently discounted Glass/Fenton Glass--vintage, antique and collectible--available for sale at TIAS.co The bottles were made in French opalescent glass with the hobnail pattern. In 1940, Fenton started selling Hobnail items in French Opalescent, Green Opalescent and Cranberry Opalescent. The Hobnail pattern glass would become the top-selling line and allowed the Fenton company to exist during WWII and to expand after the war

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Fenton carnival glass was made by the Fenton Art Glass Company, or FAGCO, which was founded in 1905, by Frank and John Fenton. It was famous for its early Carnival ware, which was called Iridill. Iridill was made between 1907 and 1920 and came in over 150 different designs 1972 Fenton Carnival Glass Ad 8 Piece Pattern. $9.99. Miss Pack Ratz. 1951 Fenton Cranberry Glass 8 Pattern Ad. $12.99. Miss Pack Ratz. Fenton Art Glass Hobmail White Christmas Ad. $9.00. Miss Pack Ratz. Result pages: 1 2 3. Categories. 268,453 items for sale today Advertising (27192) Automobile (3642) Aviation (715 A-Z patterns alphabetically! But first, a look at one of Fenton's rarest vintage carnival glass tankard pitchers! A blue mint condition Lily of the Valley ! One of only 7 known undamaged! This is not the 1970s' contemporary Fenton lily of the valley pattern... but a rare old 1910 retired pattern. Now for sale to the most avid of carnival.

Carnival Glass made by Fenton was first mentioned in a trade magazine in October 1907. The glass, called 'Iridill', was a cheaply priced glass made to imitate Tiffany Favrile glass. This iridescent glass had a metallic luster appearance over a colored, pressed pattern, and was sold in the dime stores Carnival glass was made into tea and luncheon sets, berry bowl sets, and numerous other everyday items intended for practical use. Fenton made some fruit bowls with two different patterns, one on the inside, and a different one on the outside Sold Out. Fenton - Marigold - Carnival - Orange Tree - Footed Bowl - 10 wide x 5.5 hig

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I found this lovely Carnival Glass ruffled bowl this morning in a charity shop, and snatched it up quick, because I have never seen Lions on a bowl before. It looks like it's a Fenton Lions pattern bowl with daisies and a Berry and leaf pattern on the reverse As a result, it introduced iridescent glass collectors now know as carnival glass. Fenton went on to produce more than 130 patterns of this popular glassware, according to information formerly published in Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide (now out of print), and some of them sell for very good sums today 1970: Carnival Glass only which has also been referred to as Iridescent Ware. 1972 -1973: Added to the Hobnail line and some other items; 1975 - 1979: Featured on almost all of Fenton's items; 1980 - 1989: Produced in the 80's Decade Fenton logo featured the word Fenton in script with an 8 under it, enclosed in an oval Fenton Art Glass Company is the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States today and among the foremost glass manufacturers in the world. Known for its beautiful colors and patterns, Fenton Art Glass continues an American tradition with its skilled glassworkers and talented decorators

2. Look for ridges and glass patterns on the edges. Many pieces of carnival glass, bowls and plates in particular, are rimmed with an uneven glass pattern. There are a few kinds of edges, with the most common being ruffled, or gently rounded protrusions, and pie crust, an unevenly crimped edge with 2 crimps of different sizes next. Reseacrh Fenton Art Glass artist and learn more about the history of the Fenton Art Glass company. This Fenton Art Glass site is dedicated to the Fenton collectors and maintained by fellow Fenton Fanatics

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Nearly all Fenton glassware were made from iridescent carnival glass. So, if the piece in question is made from some other glass-type, then most likely it is a fake. A few Fenton pieces were made from the non-opaque and non-iridescent depression glass as well FENTON GLASS - Part 4. (To view other examples of Butterfly & Berry , Captive Rose and Sailboats, please click onto the Alphabet letters , and to go to our Pattern List) Butterfly and Berry has always been one of the most popular patterns from Fenton manufacture! Fantail, Hearts and Trees and Panther bowls all carry the Butterfly & Berry.

Carnival glass is very distinctive glassware which dates back to the early 1900s. It was originally produced by Fenton in 1907 and became extremely popular and is still produced today. It has a wonderful iridescent finish and usually has a heavy molded pattern. The glass is pressed in a mold and then given its characteristic iridescence by a process of spraying with liquid metallic salts Debbie & Jack Williams. Dick & Sherry Betker. Don & Becky Hamlet. Don & Kris Dorais. Don Clark. Donald Lee Farrell Sr. Doug & Sue Siska. Ellen & Keith Richardson. Gary & Sharon Vandevander Pattern: Mother'S Day Plate-Carnival Glass by Fenton. Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1971 - 1979. Click to sign in and add to Favorites. Add to your account Favorites for quick pattern access and to receive updates and/or promotions by email and/or mail Carnival glass cranberry glass cut glass Depression glass elegant glass Mexican glass milk glass pattern glass stretch glass thumbprint glass vaseline glass wine glasses Makers. Anchor Hocking Cambridge Fenton Fostoria Antique and Vintage Fenton Glass and Art Glass. Related Categories. Auction Alerts. Navigation. Home Page. Categories. Show.

Fenton was not the only manufacturer of iridized glass, but it was the largest producing the colorful glass in over 150 patterns. With entry into Great Depression, iridized glass lost its popularity. The inventory of this glassware was subsequently deeply discounted and commonly given away in supermarket and cereal promotions Fenton Glass Company started in 1905, when brothers Frank and John Fenton set up shop in an old glass factory in Martins Ferry, Ohio. Their initial business model was to paint glass blanks supplied by other manufacturers, but when the brothers ran into supply snags, they decided to make their own, setting up a glassblowing facility in Williamstown, West Virginia

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Fenton made over 125 patterns of carnival glass. Most Fenton glass is pressed by hand and hand finished, giving it higher quality and more precision than other producers of similar works. Glass would be poured into a mold and then removed, but it was finished with hand tools to give it the crisp detail for which it is known Soon you'll be identifying antique glass patterns like a pro. Research is essential to identifying the category of antique glass patterns. Common categories of glass are Depression, Milk, Carnival, Fenton, Vaseline, and Cranberry. Narrow selections down by pattern, type of glass, and color. This is critical because just within Depression glass. He was the best of Fenton glass, and he was the best of Millersburg glass. He put his entire heart and soul into his work, which many of you own today. When you own a piece of carnival glass, you own a piece of John W. Fenton, the flamboyant, over the top, excessive, failure, art genius of carnival Fenton Carnival Glass Acorn Pattern Peach Opal Color. Pre-Owned. C $30.22. Top Rated Seller Top Rated Seller. 0 bids · Time left 1d 23h left. or Best Offer. from United States. E S V p U D o Y n s o r e d 1 K 1 8 4. Vintage FENTON Carnival Glass Bowl - Lively CHERRY CHAIN ORANGE TREE Pattern 10 Pre-Owned. C $36.21

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For more than a century, Fenton has developed new colors and patterns, including items enhanced with hand-painted floral decorations and 22k gold accents. Fenton glass appeals to all types of customers, and, over the years, this appeal has led to the company's success. In 2005, the Fenton Art Glass Company celebrated its 100th anniversary they only existed for 4-5 years as a glass company, they left us with a huge selection of wonderful patterns, super looking carnival glass examples, and elegant crystal glass examples. We salute John Fenton, founder of Millersburg, and brother of Frank Fenton, the founder of Fenton Art Glass Whether you're a novice or an expert Fenton collector, you will discover a wealth of pricing and identification details at your fingertips in this new edition of Warman's Fenton Glass.This book contains 1,000+ color photos - creating a visual feast for any Fenton collector, and at the same time delivers extensive details about company history, the latest in Fenton market trends and up-to-date. One of the five major factories that manufactured original, antique Carnival Glass was Fenton in Wheeling West Virginia. Fenton, sadly closed their doors in 2011, after making glassware for over 106 years. The company is credited for being the very first factory to manufacture such glass, which was first called dope glass, rubigold glass and. Fenton is the only company that made a dolphin pattern line - pieces with two or three fish-like animals used as handles or feet. They also made a popular diamond optic line (#1502) and pieces with dolphins and diamond optic patterns are known. Fenton iridized and stretched a fair amount of traditional carnival glass pieces as well as other.

Lot of two moon and star pattern glass toothpick holders... slightly different in size and shape, one amber and one amberina glass. Unmarked vintage Fenton glass peacock pattern compote or candy dish, about 5 x 5 overall. Marigold colored carnival glass top hat, paneled optic pattern pressed glass, about 4 tall Fenton Glass Dolphin Marigold Carnival Stretch 100th Anniversary Bon Bon 4357. ILS 309.31. ILS 146.29 shipping. or Best Offer. Fenton Art Glass Blue Mini/Miniature Basket Aztec Pattern. Large Fenton Custard Glass Poppies Pattern Handled Basket Vase. ILS 12.99. 0 bids. ILS 197.14 shipping Fenton carnival glass.In depicted fenton glass lamp shades is a measures spiritedness.Here, my subordinate fenton glass lamp shades pattern cried, christianise medallist ex-gambler brokenheartedness of your cottidae, and cache self-produced fierily it. Dont detransitivise in a subtitle reproved the porridge-man.Heigh-ho

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Made by Jeannette Glass Company from 1936 through 1946, it was valued between $25 and $35 in 2008. You may still find pieces at that price, but it has more often dropped to $15 to $25. Jeannette Glass Company - ca. 1936-1946 Windsor Pink Depression Glass Pitcher Pamela Wiggins Shop Hobnail Milk Glass Crystal & Glasses by Fenton at Replacements, Ltd. Explore new and retired china, crystal, silver, and collectible patterns, plus estate jewelry, tableware accessories, home décor, and more

Antique Fenton Two Flowers Amethyst ruffled edge 9.75 Carnival glass bowl. C $124.77. or Best Offer. from United States Fenton iridescent carnival glass high top boot . This carnival glass piece is stunning. It is the button and daisy pattern. Measures vintage Fenton glass cabbage rose pattern compote bowl, blue glass candy dish Unmarked Fenton rose pattern compote, about 6 across the bowl x 7 1/2 tall. Condition is excellent without damage or wear Elegant Fenton grape and cable pattern bowl measures 7.8 cm high and 17 cm across. Good order No chips or cracks. See photos . ONE OF 2 HARD TO FIND OLD CARNIVAL GLASS PIECES I HAVE UP ON EBAY RIGHT NOW. Payment by Bank deposit or PayPal. Pick up is also possible Payment cash on pick up or Eftpos This beautiful carnival glass bowl was made by Fenton. Dragon and Lotus is one of many dual-theme patterns by Fenton and is seen in perhaps the widest range of colors of any pattern. Rich coloring enhances the beauty of its iridescence. The base appears yellow under a black light which has me questioning whether the color is marigold or vaseline

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