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Posted 7 years ago

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Im unsure of this set. This is my newest addition, just a few days old.
I have heard of Amber pieces which I believe isnt quite old. But since purchasing this I cannot locate that info.
I have a feeling this isnt a marigold set but amber. If anybody has some info on this, would be much appreciated ....

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  1. Robyn Robyn, 7 years ago
    Ok, Did some more digging and it is an Amber set, some people are selling an identical pitcher as Gold.
  2. Jim Harris, 7 years ago
    Hi Robyn, since I do a lot or research on Carnival Glass. The name of the pitcher and two tumbers are named "Apple Tree" by Fenton. If they have the Fenton Logo on the base of glasses or pitcher they would not be of the 1910-1935 variety. Hope this helps.
    Jim Harris
  3. Robyn Robyn, 7 years ago
    Hi Jim,

    Thanks for that. I was pretty sure of this myself too. I research carnival glass every day lol. I just cant seem to get away from it. It is my absolute passion. I know about seam lines and starred bases etc. Had a quick look though underneath this set , which I didnt do before lol , there is the fenton logo. I was pretty sure what I got wasnt the old version but it was pretty and I got all 3 for just on $70 so thought this was pretty good.
    I try ot stay away from Carnival glass sites etc for just a day but they keep calling me back to the computer lol
    Thanks Jim :-)
  4. Robyn Robyn, 7 years ago
    I am after an old Amethyst set though , been looking for a very long time :-(

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