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    Posted 11 years ago

    coachjim
    (9 items)

    These are a few things I have picked up here and there...can anyone tell me anything about these, especially the 3rd pix,Im not a big glass person I just like the way it looks and the history behind some of this stuff.

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    LARGE ART DECO DUGAN AMERICAN GLASS GREEN IRIDESCENT HONEY COMB ROSE BOWL VASE
    LARGE ART DECO DUGAN AMERICAN GLASS...
    $73
    CARNIVAL Moon And Star Glass Pink Iridescent Large Compote Candy Dish
    CARNIVAL Moon And Star Glass Pink I...
    $306
    Fenton Sunset Carnival Overlay Vase Signing Event Exclusive Don Fenton
    Fenton Sunset Carnival Overlay Vase...
    $87
    Green carnival fenton atlantis hand painted signed fairy lamp 
    Green carnival fenton atlantis hand...
    $60
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    LARGE ART DECO DUGAN AMERICAN GLASS GREEN IRIDESCENT HONEY COMB ROSE BOWL VASE
    LARGE ART DECO DUGAN AMERICAN GLASS...
    $73
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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 11 years ago
      Photo 1: Orange bowl is marigold carnival glass, Fenton's Peacock Tail pattern, circa 1910. Tray underneath is Jeannette Glass Co's Cherry Blossom pattern, 1930s. Photo 2: "Carnival" oval bowl and handled relish are Indiana Glass Co, 1970s. Clear glass looks like a child's sugar bowl and butter dish, should be marked in large letters inside bottom "NEAR CUT" by Cambridge Glass, ca.1910. Photo 3: toothpick holder is Fostoria's Brazilian pattern from the late 1890s

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