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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, Millersburg, Westmoreland (also began producing in ...

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

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Mar 30, 2017 ... Many different companies made carnival glass back in the day. Use this ... Fenton Carnival Glass Marigold Butterflies Bon Bon Dish. Fenton ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Antique Fenton Bowl Carnival Glass Little Flowers Royal Blue 1910 Victorian Art Glass Early Fenton Bowl Romantic French Cottage Home Decor. $79.00.

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After years of trials and experiments, Fenton reintroduces Carnival glass. Items are marked with a distinctive logo, the word "Fenton" in script type within an oval.

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Carnival Glass Antique & Collectable: Looking for Carnival glass was an inexpensive, ... Carnival Glass, Peacock & Urn, Bowl, Blue Fluted Edge, Fenton, 9 In.

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Learn about Carnival glass and the Fenton art glass company's role in this collectible glass. Fenton's procedure in creating carnival glass.