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Antique Northwood Good Luck Amethyst Carnival Glass Pce Bowl For Sale
CARNIVAL GLASS SALE!
OFFERING IN THIS SALE CARNIVAL GLASS MADE BY FENTON, DUGAN &NORTHWOOD, JEANNETTE AND U.S. GLASS COMPANIES.
ALL PHOTOGRAPHED IN NATURAL DAYLIGHT.
OUR PHOTOS ARE NEVER ENHANCED.
Offered for your offerding pleasure is aGood Luck pie crust edge bowlin Northwood's amethystcarnivalglass. This very pretty itemmeasures 2 1/8" inheight,8 1/2" in diameter,and stands ona 3 1/2" circular base that carries the Northwood trademark of the underlined, encircled capital N. The iridescence issatin, with afine mixture ofpurple, blue,violet, fuchsia, teal, blueand golden hues.
There are no chips, cracks orrepairs.Please refer to all of our pictures for close up details of this lovely olditem.
Please note: This item is being sold as is, do read our description carefully as we list any damage that we find. We accept returns only if we have grossly misrepresented this item. Keep in mind that these pieces of antique (100 yr old and more) carnival glass may have certain flaws and imperfections which do not exist in modern glassware. Antique Carnival Glass may have none, some or all of the following: just a few or many air bubbles of various sizes, inclusions (ash, cinders, etc.), “straw marks” (actually shear marks), tool marks, worn, missing or pooled iridescence, heat checks (internal fissures caused by uneven cooling); rough seams, extra glass at seams or webbing between edge points. This glass was produced a century ago in less than clean environments before Quality Control existed. It was cut with cold shears often producing what is commonly referred to as "straw marks". It was then hand pressed into moulds that did eventually wear out, thus lessening detail. Finally, it was hand-sprayed with metallic salts and sometimes refired for effect. Edge treatments such as ruffles, candy ribbon, pie crust or 3-in-1 were all hand shaped with various tools which often left tool marks. Keep in mind that these manufacturing imperfections are commonplace in antique carnival glass.
We value our customers very much. It is our policy to promptly ship very clean, well packed glass and to always represent our carnival glass as honestly as possible via description and detailed close-up photography. Payment is expected within 3 days of the sale ending. We ship to you via USPS Priority Mail ASAP after receiving your payment; usually within 24 hours. We can combine multiple purchases (within reason) to save you excess shipping costs.
Thanks for looking and the best of luck on all of your offers!
Proud members of the
www.cga, International Carnival Glass and Lincoln-Land Carnival Glass Associations.
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Antique Northwood Good Luck Amethyst Carnival Glass Pce Bowl: $203