Different and in many cases highly distinctive carnival glass patterns were
designed and by non-US makers, most notably by Crown ...
There are about 2,000 different patterns in Carnival Glass, many of which are
similar, leading to much confusion. This site details most of the known patterns
Website for David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass. ... Carnival glass is found
in a great number of patterns--at least 2,000. I show many of them here and will ...
Carnival Glass is pressed glass that has been iridized with a metallic spray. ...
The patterns of Carnival Glass The biggest challenge for newcomers to Carnival
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.
Simply search our Carnival Glass pattern library with confidence.
1910 Imperial Glass Patterns ..... Quick Reference to Carnival Glass Patterns ...
The first depression glass patterns came out in the mid 1920's and kind of took ...
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.
This new market for carnival glass was a boon for Fenton, which produced
iridescent ware in 150 patterns up until the late 1920s. Carnival glass was sold
Carnival glass was an inexpensive, iridescent pressed glass made from about
1907 to about 1925. More than 1,000 different patterns are known. In September