An unusually large and decorative Early 20th Century Antique “Carnival” Glass dish. This marigold coloured irridescent moulded glass of a type first produced in the United States circa 1905 by the Fenton Glass Company of Martins Ferry, Ohio, was subsequently copied by a number of their competitors in both the U.S. and Europe. A huge commercial success through the years, it faded in popularity around 1930. This example, decorated with a most attractive leaf pattern, is unmarked and it’s origins are thus a matter of conjecture. Perhaps a keen collector with greater knowledge than ourselves of the subject will be able to identify both the Maker and the pattern name.
Height ~ 5.50 cm. / 2.16 inches ~ Width ~ 40.00 cm. / 15.75 inches ~ Depth ~ 40.00 cm. / 15.75 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1920
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- Category: Glass, Lustres & Epergnes
- SKU: ACGLPD-XX
- Stock: In stock
- Weight/Size: Medium