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Another 40 pages packed with articles, research, and stories from members who have made a fantastic contribution as well as a lot of carnival glass fun.
This issue includes:
A wealth of greens and golds, including an Imperial Green Portobello Surpise, a green Fenton Lily Vase (as shown on our front cover), some fabulous Imperial Lustre Rose items and an intriguing take on 'Gold Served Four Ways'.
We have pretty spring marigolds as well as an informative article which reviews 'Marigold - Pumpkin to Pastels and Somewhere in Between' that every collector will find helpful.
Look out for some more great antique fair finds by our members.
Read the intriguing story behind a 'Faux Carnival Glass' Hatpin.
As well as our amusing feature on 'Tales from the Glass Shelves' which tells the stories behind purchases made in the past.
Follow the evolution of Sowerby's 'Hobstar and Cut Triangles' based on new research into the roots and development of this delightful pattern.
Go in search of some 'Oriental Chics' - you may be surprised at what we find!
Finishing with a rare carnival glass 'Lord's Supper Bread Plate', the history of which will take you back over 130 years.
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