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...
How do you tell the difference? It's not always easy. It takes a lot of study, but the
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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.
Dec 6, 2013 ... How do I know if my carnival glass is real? As you can imagine, such a popular
item remains very collectible and has inspired many fake ...
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Carnival ... If a piece of carnival glass could talk, oh what a story it would have to
Carnival glass pattern - aussiegall/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 2.0 ... In 1908,
Fenton made the first American pieces we now know as carnival glass. ... The
real rage in carnival glass production lasted about ten years through 1918.
Jan 19, 2009 ... We used to wake our children up real early and take them out hunting for
Carnival Glass. They got really proficient at identifying pieces.
Carnival glass is glass that has been pressed and given an iridized surface
treatment that makes it sparkle with a luster similar to the ... Learn how to check
the colour. ... Ensure that the lighting is strong so that you get a real view of the
Carnival Glass fakes, reissues and reproductions. ... Check with other collectors
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made intentionally to deceive and to be passed off as the genuine, original item.
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