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New to Carnival Glass?

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What is Carnival Glass? Carnival Glass is pressed glass that has been iridized with a metallic spray. It was introduced by Fenton about 1908 and other glass ...

David Doty's Carnival Glass Website

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Website for David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass.

Carnival Glass Identification of Patterns: Look CLOSE | eBay

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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.

Antique Carnival Glass - Collector Information | Collectors Weekly

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Carnival glass, or inexpensively made glassware treated to have an iridescent sheen, has captivated collectors for years. Its eye-catching m...

Company histories of major Carnival Glass makers - Antique Trader

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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 ...

What is Carnival Glass? - Glass Bottle Marks

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Carnival glass, carnival decorative glassware rainbow iridescent, shimmering gasoline on mud puddle appearance vintage early 1970s american glass.

Learning About Antique Carnival Glass - Antiques - About.com

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Wondering how carnival glass got it's name? And how this type of iridescent glass was finished? Learn more about carnival glass here.

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Mar 8, 2015 ... A brief look at Carnival Glass, it's origins and some examples including Fenton and Northwood. Visit http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com for more ...

Collecting Carnival Glass: History Colours & Patterns - - Antique Marks

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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.

Carnival Glass Value - Antiques - LoveToKnow

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If you are a collector of carnival glass, or thinking of becoming one, knowing how to determine carnival glass value is very important and often somewhat ...

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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 ... More »
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Brief History of Carnival Glass

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Carnival Glass was not an instantaneous development in the history of pressed glass. Certainly there were other types of iridized glass, such as art glass. In fact ...

Carnival Glass: A Collector's Buying Guide | eBay

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Carnival glass is a kind of decorative glass with an iridescent shine to it. The unique aspect of carnival glass is its metallic shine and this is due to the application ...

Carnival Glass 101

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Great Carnival Glass Articles. 1910 Imperial Glass Patterns · A Basket Case ( Carnival Baskets) ... Argentina Carnival Glass - Part 1 · Argentina Carnival Glass  ...