Flint Opal (clear), Blue Opal & Canary Opal (Vaseline) as per Pitkin and Brooks' listing. We must assume National added Green and
produced all Carnival colors which include Marigold, Peach and Amethyst.
Flint (clear) Green, Blue & Canary (Vaseline) glass, Opalescent
treatment on crimped rim area. Carnival
includes Marigold, Peach and Amethyst.
Other carnival colors are possibly but currently unknown.
pieces will not have an opalescent treatment on the crimped area rim.
Stemmed rose bowl with a
round base. Stem contains a circular wreath-like decoration.
Said wreath must be
open and not contain glass between or inside of the wreaths.
Bowl is spherical with
16 inward small crimps on
rim. The round base is concave a polished area on the bottom and convex to
stem on top. Interior of
bowl is convex
above the stem.
treatment on the crimp area. Circular wreath decoration structure
is found at top of stem. The bowl is a repeating pattern of
vertical clear panels, a quantity of (16) which are separated by vertical rows of (16) beaded hobnail like dots.
by 3.50” wide. Bowl opening 2.0”.
USA, Indiana, PA.
1899 - 1914, with
Opalescent first and the Carnival at the end of the period.
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