This child's butter dish (above right) was named Rexford by the late Jack and Eleanor Hamilton. The small sugar bowl (above left) was named Hawaiian Lei by them. These two pieces were photographed while in their collection in the 1990s. The child's butter dish sold for $95 in 2008.
Received an email from DoRi Miles, Pattern Glass Editor, EAPGPatterns.com, she comments that the original maker names for these patterns are GALA and ALFA. She has many pieces of each in EAPG but, until now, has never been aware of either of them in Carnival.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1|
|Higbee||Rexford||Toothpick||Marigold||50.00||03/02/2014||Minor nick on base||Seeck|