2 edition of Colors in carnival glass. found in the catalog.
Colors in carnival glass.
in [Rochester, N.Y
Written in English
|LC Classifications||NK5103 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||68001971|
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Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook. 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 Beautiful color .
The Imperial book contains items of known reproductions, in addition to complete line of old Carnival Glass patterns, shapes, colors. Has a price guide. Update concerning the above Carl Burns Books. Imperial Carnival Glass [Carl O. Burns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This full-color reference book details all of the carnival glass patterns, shapes, and colors that were made by Imperial between and Original wholesale catalogs from the period also are featured.
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The title of the book is 'Colors in Carnival Glass'. The book has very little to do with the colors of carnival glass. It has various pictures of carnival glass patterns.
Not what we were looking for at all. If you're looking for a book detailing carnival glass colors, this is not the book for you. Would not recommend for researching colors at all/5(2). Colors In Carnival Glass [Sherman Hand] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. COLORS IN CARNIVAL GLASS.
BOOK 2. Paperback – January 1, by S. Hand (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Author: S. Hand. Colors In Carnival Glass - Book 3 Spiral-bound – January 1, by Sherman Hand (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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This full-color reference book details all of the carnival glass patterns, shapes, and colors that were made by Imperial between and Original wholesale catalogs from the period also are featured.5/5. Carnival Glass Books: The below books, in my opinion, provide the best information about the history, patterns, and colors produced by the major makers of Carnival Glass.
While most are out of print, they can often be found on eBay or at as used books. Fenton Glass, The First Twenty-five Years Published by William Heacock. In addition, some of the colours were coated with white, altering the hues – ie; marigold and white is called peach opalescent.
The colour refers to the base colour of the glass, not to the iridescence, and the best way to discover it is to hold the piece to the light and the base colour will show through. Northwood is a prominent name in carnival glass production.
Most Northwood items fetch the highest prices as far as antique American carnival glass goes. Harry Northwood is known for developing a carnival glass formula he named "golden iris" in The golden iris hue is more common than ice blue. Carnival glass colors definitions are based on the color of the glass, with the exception of marigold, clambroth, white, and some smoke, which are clear glass.
The most common color is marigold, followed by amethyst/purple, blue, and green. Colors can also be confusing. The most common is marigold, the orange color seen in the Ripple vase above.
This color is always found on clear glass, but other colors are defined by the color of the glass, not the iridescent coating. The dark colored bowl above (Northwood's Grape and Cable) is purple or amethyst, the toothpick holder is green. The most available base glass colors are Marigold (reddish yellow or orange flashing on clear glass), Amethyst, Blue and Green with Marigold being the most abundant.
I can't resist a bit of trivia here. Can you guess why marigold was the most popular color during the "Heyday" of carnival. I'll let you think about that for a minute. BLUE Fl RE-sapphire with milk glass through center. On the following Pages is a more complete list of colors, dates and patterns made through ) NOTE: THE ABOVE LIST OF COLORS REPRESENTS EVERY COLOR MADE THROUGH APRIL, THE OWL WAS MADE IN EACH OF THE ABOVE COLORS.
Iridescent sheen is a hallmark of all carnival glass, meaning that any piece, regardless of shape or color, must have this glimmering glaze to classify as carnival glass.
Beyond the obvious physical attributes, however, other key components that help to identify carnival glass include color, pattern, shape, and manufacturer. There are many colors associated with carnival glass. Keep in mind that there are two components: the base color (which you can see by holding the piece to the light) and the iridescent finish.
There are four main categories: standard (like the very popular marigold on a clear base), pastel, opalescent edges, and rare. Buy Colors in carnival glass. by Sherman Hand online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Carnival glass in color;: A collector's reference book, by Marion T Hartung and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The many different colors were the work of Jacob Rosenthal, a famous glass chemist who is known for developing chocolate and golden agate glass.
Inthe Fenton company was the first to introduce carnival glass, still a popular collector's item. Then, when we wrote "Carnival Glass, the Magic and the Mystery" in (the first of our trilogy of Schiffer Books on Carnival Glass), we pulled all our information together, devoting a whole section of the book to "Pattern Themes in Classic Carnival Glass".
We looked specifically at the designs created by the Carnival Glass makers, and how. Indiana Glass Pattern Identification Guide in easy to use e-book form. CD contains patterns with over pictures. Please see the Table of Contents below.
This ebook covers Early American Press Glass, Depression Glass Patterns, Classic Glass Patterns and Contemporary Glass Patterns, years of Indiana Glass.Carnival Gallery Books, e-books Carnival Glass Colours.
Carnival Glass and Colour are inextricably interwoven and interlinked. The colour, the vibrancy of Carnival is the very essence of the glass, and there are well over 60 shades of Classic, old Carnival identified by collectors today.Nov 6, - I love the old carnival glass especially Millersburg.
Fenton Glass was the first to produce carnival glass in Soon other glass companies followed - Northwood, Dugan, Imperial and Millersburg. This board shows carnival glass, both old and new. See more ideas about Carnival glass, Fenton glass and Glass company pins.