Carnival glass is moulded or pressed glass, always with a pattern and always
with a shiny, metallic, 'iridescent' surface shimmer. The keys to its appeal were ...
This is a question that confuses many people new to collecting Carnival.
Primarily, Carnival Glass is pressed glass that has had an iridescent coating
How to Collect Carnival Glass. Carnival glass is glass that has been pressed and
given an iridized surface treatment that makes it sparkle with a luster similar to ...
Jan 19, 2008 ... Carnival glass is identified by its unique iridescent color, which was created by
Fenton starting in 1907. Find rare pieces of Carnival glass with ...
A light-hearted look at what to collect in carnival glass, finally focusing on
tumblers. There have been several tumbler collectors in our hobby over the years
, but ...
Carnival glass, or inexpensively made glassware treated to have an ... had a
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Quick Tips for Collecting Carnival Glass. - Carnival glass really was given away
at the carnival when it was new in the early 1900s, but it was also sold through ...
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Sep 20, 2012 ... Carnival glass is what is fondly called mass-produced iridescent glassware. This
list offers brief company histories of major carnival glass ...
Dec 6, 2013 ... Taking its roots in America, carnival glass is simply press-molded glass .... For
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