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    Posted 11 years ago

    lisa_brand…
    (8 items)

    carnival glass depression maybe?
    what pattern?
    worth investment? or stay out of it ?

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    1. lisa_brandquist lisa_brandquist, 11 years ago
      colors and patterns of depession era glassware page 116
      american rose 1913-1980 worth 70.00
      and i have it yaaa.
      these books help out alot
    2. Sam Joyce, 11 years ago
      Hi. The first picture is called "Maple Leaf" and was made by the Dugan-Diamond company. Book value about $30.(Prices are down a bit right now,especially for marigold carnival glass) The second one, I can't tell. The third one looks like Fenton, but, can't see the interior.The fourth one was made by Imperial and is called Lustre Rose. It is more valuable if it is older, look underneath in the center and see if it has a raised "I" over a "G". If it is marked, it is newer. The value is about $40 - $50 if it is older, less if newer. These are all considered "carnival" glass because they are irridized. Depression glass is not.
    3. lisa_brandquist lisa_brandquist, 11 years ago
      thanks for the great info
    4. lisa_brandquist lisa_brandquist, 11 years ago
      u have told me alot and i thank u ...i went to an acution an it was my first auction and i had never seen the pretty orange and i had to have it...i will buy more now...thanks for the great tips...lisa
    5. Glen, 11 years ago
      The second from the left is Imperial's "Starspray" bowl.

      Glen T
    6. lisa_brandquist lisa_brandquist, 11 years ago
      thanks for that tip ....great to know people are looking on the sight to help people out....
    7. Sallie Deuel, 11 years ago
      Can you recoment a book that may suggest pricing for carnival glass bowls. I have just acquired four bowls in excellent shape and want to sell them in my store. This item is new to me and would like to read up on it, so I know what I am talking about. Thanks !

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