How to Identify Carnival Glass
Carnival glass is identified by its unique iridescent color, which was created by Fenton starting in 1907. Find rare pieces of Carnival glass with helpful information from an antiques expert in this free video on collecting glassware....
Carnival glass is moulded or pressed glass, always with a pattern and always
with a shiny, .... Identifying carnival glass involves matching patterns, colors,
sheen, edges, thickness, and other fact...
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Carnival Glass is pressed glass that has been iridized with a metallic spray. ... To
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Sep 11, 2013 ... Ph.D. antiques appraiser Dr. Lori reveals tips to spot valuable Carnival Glass by
its color, which patterns are more valuable, and its history.
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This short and formal guide is written in hopes to help Carnival Glass lovers
identify patterns of the same variety, but manufactured by different makers.
Dec 6, 2013 ... Taking its roots in America, carnival glass is simply press-molded glass ... You
can easily identify and date a Fenton piece by their marked logo.
Carnival glass was first made in the early 1900s a pressed glass suffused with an
iridescent lustre. It is also known as Poor Mans Tiffany and taffeta glass.