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    Posted 9 years ago

    vespalady25
    (4 items)

    Hi, this is my first post, was in my grandmothers the other day and found this pretty little jug, I think its called carnival glass, I'm not sure lol, but can anyone tell me more about this jug and what its possibly worth, thank you :)

    Thank you everyone for your answers, all where very helpful x

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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago
      This is European carnival glass in a pattern called "Curved Star"

      See Dave Doty's web site for photo of a blue creamer and price ranges:
      http://www.ddoty.com/curvedstar.html
    2. Paul71 Paul71, 9 years ago
      The color of yours is marigold
    3. Glen, 9 years ago
      Yes, this is indeed a "Curved Star" creamer. It was made by the Brockwitz glass company in Germany from around 1915. You can read a lot about Brockwitz on my website - here are a few links to my articles:
      http://www.thistlewoods.net/Germany-Brockwitz.html
      http://www.thistlewoods.net/Brilliant-Brockwitz.html
      http://www.thistlewoods.net/Brockwitz-revelation.html
      Glen
    4. Glen, 9 years ago
      A little bit more info that I forgot to add - the Brockwitz original pattern name for what we now call "Curved Star" was ZURICH.

      Glen

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