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Promoted item:WISHBONE by NORTHWOOD ~ AMETHYST CARNIVAL GLASS FOOTED PLATE

WISHBONE by NORTHWOOD ~ AMETHYST CARNIVAL GLASS FOOTED PLATE

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About Carnival Glass

As popular as carnival glass may be with collectors today, its lack of popularity when first released led to its current value and name. Initially called Iridill, carnival glass is a decorative art glass that was originally produced by the Fenton Company around 1907. Unfortunately, the medium did not sell for the prices the company had hoped for, leading to significant price slashes. The result: carnivals bought large quantities to use as prize giveaways, coining the term 'carnival glass.'Traditionally, carnival glass uses a number of varying colors to create an appealing effect. Amethyst, red, green and marigold are a few of the most common colors. Over the years, a number of manufacturers other than Fenton began manufacturing carnival glass, leading to numerous pieces on the market. Today, collectors scour the country trying to find pieces to add to their collections.How do you identify carnival glass? In truth, there is no single answer. With the variety of manufacturers and pieces, there is no unique marking. Pieces need to be examined individually. Some are worth a lot, while others very little. Nevertheless, the true value of the piece lies not only in its rarity, but how it fits into an individual's collection. Some may focus on marigold vases, for example, while others prefer amethyst pieces.If there's one place for carnival glass collectors, it's eBay. A quick search for carnival glass on the website reveals countless pieces that span the entire range of what was manufactured. Whether you are a new collector or are looking for that missing piece, eBay offers unparalleled access to the world of carnival glass and carnival glass collectors.