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Emu, Crown Crystal

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The Emu is a flightless, ostrich-like bird. Carnival glass pieces are found in 5-inch and 9 to 10-inch bowls and a compote. The design shows the bird within a floral wreath or band on bowls and with trees on the compote. The ruffled bowl is aqua, a very rare color for Australian pieces. It sold for $900 in 2002.

[column-half-1]Bowls, 9 to 10 inches
Aqua, 2,900 (2007), 2,300, 2,900 (2010)
Marigold, 575 (2001), 225 (2003), 275 (2004)
Purple, 275 (2009), 1,600 (2010), 600 (2015)

Sauces, about 5 inches
Marigold, 25, 50 (2010), 120 (2013), 110 (2014), 65, 105 (2015)
Purple, 175 (2005), 165, 300 (2007), 290 (2012), 150 (2015)[/column-half-1]

[column-half-2]Compotes
Marigold, 520 (2006), 600 (2010), 950 (2012), 550 (lopsided, 2014)
Purple, 2,300 (2011), 1,900 (2012), 1,800 (2014), 2,000, 3,300 (2015)

Cake plate, giant
Marigold, 1,900 (2010)[/column-half-2]

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