Hooked on Carnival

Page last updated November 13, 2016
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stretch-1The Basics
New to Carnival?
A Brief History of Carnival
Illustrated Glossary
How Carnival Glass Was Made Helpful Stuff
Carnival Glass Books
Comments by Alan and Lorraine Pickup
Price trends
(revised October 2015)
Dave’s Carnival Quiz
Carnival Glass Links

Knowledge Base
Rarities and Whimsies
Photos from Readers
Dugan Art Glass
Back Patterns
Maker Marks
Imperial Pattern Numbers
Edge Treatments
Common Geometric Patterns
European Patterns
About Colors
Tumblers
Vase Identification with photos
Vase Alphabetical Listing
Lettered Carnival
Lighting
Decorated Carnival
Bottles
Ashtrays
Novelties and Miniatures
Common Hatpins
Unusual Hatpins
Australian Carnival
Stretch Glass Sampler
Oddities
Carnival Glass Shakers
Carnival Glass Samovars
Contemporary Carnival
Fakes
Club souvenirs


Please Note
This information is provided for the convenience of Carnival Glass collectors. Dave Doty took the photos (unless noted otherwise) and they are copyrighted by him. Please do not use them for publication, either in print on the Web. The prices were compiled from a database of more than 170,000 auction sales over the last 22 years or so.

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The Fun of Collecting Together by Mavis Loescher

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The library is now open! Download eBooks for incredible carnival glass information, including the Butler Brothers Catalog, the Imperial Glass catalog from 1909, the Hartung books and Ron Britt’s Birds of a Feather, which details the many versions of Peacock and Urn! Click Here to begin.

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2016 HOACGA Convention