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The Internet's Premier Online Research Site, and Marketplace for the Contemporary Carnival Glass Enthusiasts. This is one web site you will want to be a part of. Before you buy or sell that next piece of contemporary carnival glass you will want to subscribe to the Contemporary Carnival Glass Web Site to do your research. This site includes many different manufactures that produced glass from...
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Carnival Savers offers hundreds of discount, wholesale carnival prizes, toys & games perfect for kids carnivals and parties! Also, don't miss our Free Carnival Games Ideas page that gives step-by-step directions for playing each carnival game! See our Carnival Games to Buy that set up in moments and keep kids busy on snow days! Shop Games to Buy. Take Our Carnival Planning Quiz! Get Quick...
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Mosser glass products have been featured on a variety of media. From SciFi Channel’s How It’s Made to music videos and guest placement on talk shows, Mosser Glass is recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in high quality pressed glass. Family owned and operated Mosser Glass is proud to have...
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Hundreds of pictures showing the present condition of the Westmoreland Glass Company. One last look before it is demolished. Download Original Manufacturers catalogs. A great resource for both beginners and experienced Carnival Glass collectors. Everything you want to know about old carnival...
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The next Carnival Glass Online Only Auction #121 is now available on Auction Flex for bidding. The auction will end Sunday evening, Feburary 26th beginning at 7 pm CST. We are pleased start offering glass from the Carlton Tarkington Estate out of Tennessee. #121 will be the first of three Online...
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The Texas Carnival Glass Club is dedicated to the open exchange of ideas and sharing of discoveries to educate others and encourage the collecting of, appreciation of, and future of Carnival Glass. - See more at:. The glass that has become known as carnival glass was produced by several manufacturers in the United States from approximately 1907 into the early 1930s. It is simply glass pressed...
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Over 800 vintage pieces of carnival glass for sale! Browse, Enjoy & Shop!! All listed "for sale" items have larger thumbnail photos & larger photos too! Dugan, Fenton, Imperial, Millersburg, & Northwood items are all shown on separate linked site pages! Also, You can use our Mail in Purchase Plan or our Mail in Interest Free Layaway Payments Plan. See 6 mindblowing rare "killer" grades from...
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In 1907, Fenton introduced a new type of glass called at the time Iridill, now known as carnival glass. It was a more affordable glass that resembled expensive art glass (like Tiffany, Steuben and Loetz) produced at the time. Even if most of it was produced in America, it was also produced around the world by several companies. By the 1950’s, carnival glass was out of fashion. In the 1970’s, it...
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The American Carnival Glass Association is a nonprofit, educational group, dedicated to promote interest and educate others, to encourage learning and enlightenment of one of America’s heritages, Carnival Glass and to increase and promote friendship and to give each an opportunity to participate in new discoveries and experiences concerning Carnival Glass. A member of the ACGA benefits by...
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Specializing in antique glass. We provide valuable glassware, depression glass, carnival glass, collectible china, early american pattern glass, valuable antique collectibles. Welcome to the home of quality antiques and collectibles. Whether you're looking for glass, china, jewelry, coins, or other collectibles, we have it all. Specializing in glassware, we have large a selection of Depression,...
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NECGA is a group of individuals who share a common interest in all things Carnival Glass. Members come from throughout New England as well as other states and Canada. NECGA's primary goal is to share information about Carnival Glass through meetings, conventions, auctions and seminars. Mostly we have fun. The club hosts six Meetings a year and one annual Convention. Along with our annual...
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The glass on our website has been auctioned April 23, 2016 in Kansas City - the auction went extremely well, and we thank everyone who participated (or even just enjoyed the pictures!). Please click on the Auction lots button below to go to the auction listing – you can scroll through the page to see each of the lots (with a thumbnail picture) – then click on any item lot/description and see...
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SCCGC focuses on educating, socializing, entertaining, and sharing our love of carnival glass! Join us for our annual convention or become a member today! Carnival Glass is a term given to pressed, iridized glass manufactured in the United States and other countries from 1907 through the1930s. This mass-produced hand shaped glass found a market with the average housewife who couldn’t afford...
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Sometimes it is hard to tell quite what shade or color a piece of carnival glass is. This is a lime green Nippon PCE (pie crust edge) bowl. It differs from ice green by having a hint of yellow in the pastel lime green glass color. Of course the iridescence has picks greens, and blues. This was a pattern made by Northwood and is similar to a pattern by Fenton (Peacock Tail). Nippon has a...
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