Carnival glass was made in a wide array of colors, shades, color combinations
and variants. More than fifty have been formally classified.
In addition, there was very little quality control in the early days, so a batch of
glass could vary considerably. Carnival glass colors definitions are based on the
Carnival Glass is pressed glass that has been iridized with a metallic spray. ...
One of the most confusing aspects of Carnival glass is determining the color.
Website for David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass. ... The most common is
marigold, the orange color seen in the Ripple vase above. This color is always ...
To determine the base glass color, hold the carnival item up to a strong light
source. Natural sunlight works the best. This should make the carnival finish ...
This is a really nice antique Northwood purple amethyst carnival glass vase. It
measures 15" to the tallest point. It is in good condition, nice color, no chips or ...
This short and formal guide is written in hopes to help Carnival Glass... ... and it
will allow you to add more details, such as color or any other descriptive words.
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Sep 20, 2012 ... To achieve the marvelous iridescent colors that carnival glass collectors seek, a
process was developed where a liquid solution of metallic salts ...
The single most asked question there, and 'over here,' continues to be, “What
color is this?” It always means, “What's the base glass color?” Those of you who ...