About the newsletter
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.
In this issue:
There are intriguing revelations about Sowerby's Diamond Peaks pattern.
An exciting update on Jobling's striking Rainbow Jet suite of bowls.
We discover some more metal mounted carnival glass patterns.
Members have been out finding glass in a whole range of places including an exceptional charity shop find.
We revisit The Enigma of the rare Little Daisies pattern.
Discover how to date a dainty little Boyd decorated Hen-on-Nest 'Chic salt'.
Take a seasonal look at Poinsettia patterns, including unusual plant pots!
There is a photographic review of our Carnival Glass Society 40th Anniversary Weekend which took plate at the Three Swans Hotel in Market Harborough in October 2022, including some of the fascinating tales told by members in our 'Show and Tell' and carnival glass presentation sessions.
As well as some exciting announcements about a special exhibition to celebrate 40 years of the Carnival Glass Society that will be taking place in the spring of 2023 - watch this website for more details.
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