Year(s) of Production: Circa 1920s
Pattern Description: Concave diamond shapes cover the entire shape.
Similar Patterns: Northwood Concave Diamonds
This pattern is characterized by concave diamond shapes covering the surface. It is reported in limited shapes, and only found in a very limited amount of colors in carnival glass. It is mistaken for Concave Diamonds (by Northwood), and is called Diamond Wedge by some.
This Jenkins catalog page shows the original catalog number and the shapes that were made (note that this catalog was for clear glass/Early American Pressed Glass, not carnival).