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    Posted 4 years ago

    markalan702
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    Hello , I was hoping an expert could tell me about this imperial carnival glass bowl , it measures 8 1/2 " across and has a 5" base . and 4 3/4 in height,and the rim is a 1/4 " wide .there are mold lines and some small imperfections in the glass like small bubbles . I cant seem to find this pattern anywhere and its similar to a imperial royalty punch but the size is 8" , I saw a 1909 berry bowl advertisement online and the rim is the same but the pattern is different. Any help would be appreciated , I am quite sure it is not a repro , and it has a beautiful purple and ruby color. and the glass looks orange through white light. thanks for looking.

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    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 4 years ago
      similar to an Imperial Glass pattern; but this one appears to be Indiana Glass. When first introduced in crystal c1905 this was pattern #123 Paneled Daisy and Fine Cut. The pattern was reissued c1970s in carnival glass and called 'Heirloom', which is what you have here. I've seen the form called a center bowl, tho' ads for the early crystal sets called this a deep berry bowl.
    2. markalan702, 4 years ago
      thanks for the info, ive been trying to find that out , I was hoping it to be antique glass but that's ok . thank you

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