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Fenton Glass? Blue Hobnail Vase with Applied Gilt Decoration - Carnival Glass?

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    Posted 9 months ago

    finders9
    (55 items)

    This item is far outside my usual area of interest but it caught my eye at a local estate sale (and the price was right) so ....Based on my limited knowledge I believe it would fit into the category of "carnival glass" - appears to be pressed rather than blown - and does appear to have some age - possibly mid-20th century. Again, I am only speculating but would much appreciate the views of collectors. Also, worth mentioning, it is relatively large measuring approximately 9" tall.

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    1. kwqd kwqd, 9 months ago
      Not Fenton and not carnival glass. I've never seen a Fenton piece with a ground top. Google carnival glass to get a definition. Not sure who the maker was.
    2. kwqd kwqd, 9 months ago
      Might be Italian. I found some similar Italian hobnail.
    3. finders9, 9 months ago
      Many thanks for the suggestions.!

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