This book should be in every carnival glass collector, antique dealer, and appraisers library. The photos are excellent with attention to detail. The history of the companies and countries that made carnival glass are informative and well written. I would highly recommend this book/5(10). Collectors Companion To Carnival Glass Book 2nd Ed Carwile Edwards Paperback. $ $ shipping: + $ shipping. 2 Books Victorian Colored Glass & Proce Guide To Glassware Carnival/Depression. $ shipping: + $ shipping. NEW The Kids' Book of Wordsearches by Moore, Rating: % positive. Pocket Guide to Carnival Glass (Schiffer Book for Designers & Collectors) by Monica Lynn Clements | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ Get it as soon as Wed, Aug FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon. Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). CARNIVAL GLASS Collecting Book Marion Quintin-Baxendale. $ +$ shipping. Make Offer - CARNIVAL GLASS Collecting Book Marion Quintin-Baxendale. CARNIVAL GLASS ENCYCLOPEDIA / 4TH EDITION H/C GREAT REFERENCE BOOK. $ +$ shipping.
In , Fenton made the first American pieces we now know as carnival glass. Northwood also began their production in the same year. Other companies such as Millersburg, founded by John W. Fenton after the Fenton Art Glass venture proved profitable, and Dugan also made beautiful carnival pieces. In fact, Dugan manufactured its wares until the company closed in due to a fire, according to. Pocket Guide to Carnival Glass (Schiffer Book for Designers & Collectors) by Monica Lynn Clements | out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ Get it as soon as Tue, Aug FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon. Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Carnival glass pieces covered a wide range of decorative and practical uses, including—but not limited to—vases, plates, bowls, pitchers, ashtrays, tumblers, and sculptures. Within each shape there was room for innovation, as pressed glass could be easily modified while in production. The most common variances were changes in the. Website for David Doty's Field Guide to Carnival Glass.
Carnival Glass. Carnival Glass was given out as prizes at carnivals and fairs. It was also sold very cheaply in grocery stores. Carnival glass was made to imitate more expensive pieces, such as those made by the Tiffany company, and it was manufactured from to just before the Great Depression. Carnival Glass Compote, Green Base with Golden top Black lights Glows 6' x 5" $ Vintage Amber / Marigold Carnival Glass Harvest Grape Pattern Fruit Bowl. $ FENTON CARNIVAL GLASS c HOLLY AND BERRY COBALT RUFFLED BOWL 9" $ Imperial Carnival Glass / - Carl O. Burns. Finally, there is a collector book devoted entirely to this subject. Carl Burns' new full color reference book details all of the carnival glass patterns, shapes, and colors that were made by Imperial between and . This beautiful book begins at the very heart of Carnival, with a comprehensive analysis, full of fascinating insights, into how the glass was made, colored, iridized, and decorated. The language of Carnival is fully documented through definitions of shapes and edge treatments plus straightforward explanations of a multitude of Carnival Glass terms/5(5).