These plates book for $22.00 each,but are being sold for $12.00 each plus postage and insurance. They are 7.5" wide and have a lovely carnival affect, but the glass quality is not the best. They have never been used and were made in 1914. I have four.They are marigold in color.
This marigold carnival Star And Fire bowl was made in 1916-1920. It has a few tiny bubbles because it was blown,but otherwise is in excellent condition. It measures 3" high and 7.25" wide.The price is $42.00 plus postage and insurance. One of the pictures shown shows the bowl up side down so you can see the pattern easier.
Here is a nice Amber or Marigold Carnival Glass Paneled Bowl or Dish. It measures approximately 9" diameter at the rim and stands about 3" tall. I am unsure who made this piece. I have looked all over this piece and see minimal wear and a few manufacturer's flaws, but no cracks or chips. There could be a fleabite on the rim, but it is difficult to tell since it is smooth to the touch (refer to last picture for closeup). View pictures closely, I try to accurately photograph the item to give you a... Click for details
This marigold and white carnival pitcher has an ice lip and is in excellent condition. It was made around 1951. The picture on the pitcher is a white flower and leaf design.The picture extends around the perimeter of the pitcher.The pitcher is being sold for $29.00 plus postage and insurance. The pitcher measures 7.5" high and 6" wide.
Antique Fenton Beaded Star footed bowl Marigold carnival glass. 5 1/2 inches across 2 1/2 inches tall. Pattern introduced in 1905. Iridization is rich and pretty. No chips, cracks or damages. A straw mark in the bottom is all I can see.
This Dugan Diamond Marigold Carnival vase was made from 1912-13 and is of the pulled loop design. It stands 10.25" tall. There are no chips or scratches and it is guaranteed excellent condition. It is being sold for $45.00 plus postage and insurance.
This hand blown green and gold carnival cylinder vase is 12.5" tall with a bulb shaped bottom and has internal ribs. It is unusually shaped with several rings along the cylinder as part of the blown process. It is 4" across the base and in guaranteed excellent condition. It dates around the 1920's. the price is $75.00 plus postage and insurance.
This 5" iridescent white and purple heart and vine vase is blown stretched glass with a finished pontil. It is in guaranteed excellent condition and was made in the 1920's or 30's probably in Austria.We are not sure who the manufacturer is,but from some research it may be Von Poschinger. The price is $185.00 plus postage and insurance.