This is a very strange unusual looking piece of glass called goofus glass that is circa 1897 to 1920. It is the squatty, or puffy rose style, and some call it a cabbage rose vase. It is very funky and shabby chic too. It measures 6 inches high and and about 5.25 inches across. The glass has no chips or cracks. I do not know if this is original paint or not. I have searched and saw black paint on some pieces, but I an see tiny glints of old in spots were the black is flaked off...
This is a wonderful tumbler drinking glass by Indiana Glass Company in the blue carnival grape harvest design in the 1970s. It measures 5.75 inches high and 3 and 3/8 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little, if any, wear to the sheen.
This is a wonderful little footed dessert or sherbert dish by Indiana Glass Company in the blue carnival grape harvest design in the 1970s. It measures 3.75 inches high and 3 and 3/8 inches across the top rim. It is in excellent condition, no chips, no cracks, and very little, if any wear to the sheen.
This beautiful bicentennial plate by Indiana Glass Company features a regal American eagle with flag, shield, and banners. It is a beautiful blue glass with rich carnival iridescent sheen that is in excellent shape. I see no visible signs of wear to this piece, no cracks, and no chips and no scratches that I can see. It measures 7 and 7/8 inches across and would be wonderful for the American memorabilia collector.
This is for a matching set of 2 Fostoria Glass Company carnival, iridescent glass candle holders. They are ribbed and burgundy or wine, to amber to clear in color. They measure 5.5 inches across and are in excellent condition. There is very little, if any, wear to the sheen. They look unused, but are being sold as used.
This beautiful heavy piece of gold or marigold carnival glass is made by Imperial Glass Company. It is clear on the base and iridescent on the stem and top. It measures 8.5 inches tall and 4 and 1/8 inches across the base. It is in very good condition, no cracks, just one very tiny flea bite on the mold line on the base, there is no wear to the sheen. I am told it is Imperial glass but it is unmarked so I can't say for certain.
This is pretty footed amber carnival glass bud vase. It has hand painted ivy designs and gold gilding. The foot is clear and the top amber. It measures 7.75 inches tall and 2.25 inches across the base. It is in very good condition, no chips and no cracks.There is a little wear to the gilding. I do not know the age or the maker.
This is really a gorgeous piece of Fenton cobalt blue carnival or radium glass that could be used either as an ashtray or a candle holder or nut or mint dish. The stylized design looks like waterlilies or lotus or maybe ferns. It is in excellent condition and the sheen is in great shape too. No cracks and no chips. It measures. 4.25 inches in diameter. It is marked Fenton.
This is a very rare old piece of lime green Fenton carnival ware. It is circa 1907. It is called a bonbon or basket dish. It measures 6 inches across. This piece is damaged, it has a crack on the lower part of one handle. This piece usually sell for about $170.00, so that is why it is discounted. This is still a lovely rare piece for a fenton collector.