Posted 8 years ago
Here are some more Carnival Glass shakers and a couple of mustard jars.
Left is Eagle's Dogwood I White Carnival.
Next is a pair of miniature Ball Mason jars, old ones with zinc lids. There were iridized back in the 30s through a method of exposing them to a bath in a highly mineralized water.
Next is a pattern called Soda Gold and are probably the most commonly found OLD carnival shakers.
Right, are 2 mustard jars, the left is an unknown in a smoke iridescence.
Right, is a Libbey Maize piece. They were produced with a very light marigold iridescence on them.
Again, so many of these are a mystery and when, where, and who did these may never be known on some of these.