Vintage carnival glass (Woodland, WA)

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condition: excellent
model name / number: Iridescent carnival glass

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Here’s more vintage iridescent carnival glass that I’ve collected over the years. We’ve had to narrow down what we (I…lol) collect because there is SO much to choose from and although these are beautiful, we just don’t have room for everything we like! If you have undamaged Indiana Glass Sunset Heritage items, then I’d be happy to do some trading. To see my other glass, hit the “more items by this user” box. To see ALL my ads, from tools to artwork, type JJ Woodland into the Portland Craigslist search engine. New stuff added weekly!

Below is what I have to offer in this ad and described below, which saves you a LOT of time if you’re looking for a particular pattern…I swear, it’s almost like paying me to research and advertise this stuff and getting the piece for free! All are undamaged and the measurements are given in inches and start with the longest side or diameter x the height. A number is in front of each item or set for reference:

1) “Four Seasons” nested leaf bowls/dishes. They measure 9 1/4 x 6 x 2 3/4. This is the one maker and pattern that eludes me. I’ve seen one or the other a while back and should have taken notes. It is so hard to find just 1 of these and impossible for me to find the whole set of 4. When one is offered, it is $18 or more. So unless you want them for $80…I’ll keep these. And if you know what they are, I’d be grateful to know more about them. Sold only as a set of 4…$80

2) Federal Glass Windsor in Smoke Grey: This divided dish is 7 1/4 x 1 1/2 w/o handles, 8 3/8 with….$15

3) Federal Glass Yorktown (some call it Colonial) Thumbprint in Smoke Grey: small dish 5 x 1 7/8….$10

4) Mosser Glass (brace yourself) Beaded Oval Sand Holly Berry Dugan Pattern: this sugar bowl is rare and would actually make a beautiful tea light or votive candle holder for the holidays…$20
(Check out Mosser Glass at mosserglass.com. It’s family owned and still in operation in Ohio. SO much beauty and selection! I never knew they existed before this gorgeous vintage sugar bowl.)

5) Federal Glass Yorktown Smoke Grey Thumbprint: large vase that measures 8 x 6 1/4 and stunning!…$20

6) Fenton Quilted Diamond Pattern in Marigold: this bowl has a subtle iridescence and measures 7 x 3 1/2…$20

7) Jeanette Glass Marigold Footed Candy Dish w/ Lid in Crackle Pattern: this slender dish on a pedestal has been converted to a candle holder with the scent of vanilla. The dish leans ever so slightly to one side so the price is half and sold for the price of just the lid. It is still beautiful and not that noticeable unless you are OCD…lol…$10

So here’s the deal: They all add individually up to $175. Buy them all for $150 AND I’ll throw in the 3 3/4 x 6 carnival glass goblet I just unboxed! (See last picture)

Collector, mid-century

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