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Carnival glass - Wikipedia


Carnival glass is moulded or pressed glass, always with a pattern and always with a shiny, .... Carnival glass was produced in large quantities in the US by the Fenton, Northwood, Imperial, Millersb...

David Doty's Carnival Glass Website


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 ...

New to Carnival Glass?


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 ...

Fenton Carnival Glass | eBay


Find great deals on eBay for Fenton Carnival Glass in Vintage Fenton Carnival Glass (Pre-1940). Shop with confidence.

Fenton carnival | Etsy


Carnival Glass Fenton Bell, Fenton Art Glass, Iridescent Glass, Fenton Stretch Glass, Star Crimp, Velva Blue, Blue Velvet Bell FREE SHIPPING. $45.00.

Antique Carnival Glass - Collector Information | Collectors Weekly


In 1907, Fenton Glass Company of Williamston, West Virginia, produced the first carnival glass, a style it referred to as "iridescent ware." Fenton called its first ...

Colors - Carnival Glass 101 - Carnival Heaven


The colors here and in carnival glass guides and other reference materials, are ... Northwood and Fenton experimented with the smoke color and made a few ...

Antique Fenton | Glass Price Guide | Antiques & Collectibles Price ...


Fenton Antique & Collectable: Looking for Fenton Art Glass Company1. ... art carnival glass top hat US $12.99; Fenton carnival glass pitcher/vaseUS $99.99 ...

Fenton Vintage Carnival Glass.... Page 1 - Colleywood Carnival


Item 15 - 155 ... Fenton vintage carnival glass for sale! Extremely rare Fenton Lily of the Valley water pitcher! Norris N. Smith rare Fenton advertising bowl! Fenton ...

Vintage Carnival Glass by Fenton Art Glass at Replacements, Ltd ...


We searched our museum for an out-of-the-ordinary glass feature, and we found just what we were looking for in several unique pieces of carnival glass.