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Fenton Opal Peacock and Grape Vaseline Collar

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Fenton Glass1 of 447Various Fenton Cactus pieces and others...Fenton carnival glass rose bowl - Two Flowers c1915
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Posted 5 years ago


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This is an Fenton Peacock and Grape with Opal Edges, which are not often seen in carnival! As you can see in the Fourth Picture the Collar of this bowl will glow under a UV (Black Light) Very Nicely!
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  1. rita smith, 5 years ago
    i,ve been looking for a long time to find out what and who made these dishes i have two just the same more info would be helpful
  2. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 5 years ago
    Hello Rita, Email me at with your quesitons.
  3. Dolores, 5 years ago
    I believe I have this same bowl which I inherited from my aunt. Can you tell me what you think its estimated value would be?
  4. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 5 years ago
    Hello Dolores, well with all Carnival Glass, the Condition and Irradiance ((Colors)) is what really set the price. Personally, if I was to put this bowl up for sale in my EBay Store, I would set it at $450.00 or best off and would take nothing less then $400.00, but this one also has Top Notch Quality Irradiance
    I would have to see pictures of the bowl to see the quality of it.

    Send me Pics @
  5. LauraJ27 LauraJ27, 5 years ago
    Wow! Amazing! It is valued at that much? :) Great to know!! :) Cha-Ching.
  6. Sammziek, 2 years ago
    I have a dugan opalescent peach bowl andabsolutely in love with it
  7. Vintage_Joe Vintage_Joe, 2 years ago
    Nice bowl, in Finland we call this kind of glass "myrkkylasi" = poisonglass.
    There is nothing poison except how they are made in early 1900. In factory they spray thing layer of metaloxide these items before putting in owen, soon they found that oxides fumes are poisoness for people and the environment.
    In Finland Riihimäki glassworks made these(carnival glass)a lot for export all round a world.
  8. Trey Trey, 8 months ago
    Beautiful colors:)
  9. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 7 months ago
    A little late but, Thanks Joe! That is very cool... sad that the early glass workers had to deal with that but their works are well preserved and still treasured by many. And Thanks Trey! :)
  10. Lise Lise, 7 months ago
    I have a peacock one :)

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