Carnival Glass?

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Carnival glass is a type of glass that has been molded or pressed and finished with a shiny metallic-like, shimmering surface. It is a technique of glass making that is used to make decorative objects as well as functional objects such as vases, plates, cups, glasses and more. Other names for carnival glass include aurora glass, rainbow glass, taffeta glass and dope glass. There are still some manufacturers of this type of glass which reached its peak in popularity in the 1920s.
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Before this popular glassware became known as carnival glass, it was dubbed "Iridill. It was produced in the United States, Australia, Great Britain, and several Asian and European
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There are loads of collectors of this stuff. Ebay is the best place to sell it.
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Fenton Carnival Glass Candy Dish is worth about 20 dollars. There are different types
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The Blue is most desired therefore most valuable. Source(s) I use to collect it but sold it for a good price.
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What Is Carnival Glass?
Carnival glass, first produced at the turn of the 20th century, was meant to be both functional and ornamental. Although you can still find it produced today, it is not as popular. A metallic salt processing produces an iridescent sheet to the glass.... More »
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The Fenton Art Glass Company produced most of their carnival glass from 1907 to 1920 and then in limited versions after 1970. If your glass is one of the post ...
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