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Flow Blue China
Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
Been collecting for over 60 years and now retired and playing on the computer. Found Collectors Weekly and love it.
China and Dinnerw…
In the pictures it is hard to tell if it is a low ruffled bowl or a plate. When the piece sit on a table how high is the edge from the table, one inch, three inches, or more?
Not a member but will check to see if I can find a copy of your article. Perhaps Collectors Weekly can publist it too?
I have been collecting carnival glass for over 40 years and have not seen any salt & pepper pieces. How many do you have?
There is no marking on the bottom, just white glass or china. Will try and post a pic.
Love to know more about this bottle.
Glad you like it, now I'm looking to see if I can find more and will try and post something else from my collection of stuff.
Thanks for the information shared. Not sure if I should call it "Hampton Rimmed" or "Osborne" however I now know was made around 1900 by WH Grindley & Co. in England and shipped to North America. Wi...
This is a beautiful plate and if someone was to find one at a Flea Market or Antique shop it would be a better investment than stocks & bonds. Carnival glass is going up in value.