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  • Brenda Cantrell

    Dusty is a big fan of collectors clubs. One of the most innovative clubs out there is Iridescent Nation for young collectors of carnival glass, 1-18! They have a good online presence and just recently awarded this Dugan Grape Delight rosebowl to a member who correctly identified it. The only thing we can say is bravo to smart young people who have such technical ability and good taste! Their website is -

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Gorham Manufacturing Company of Providence, R.I. (1831–present), won 30 awards in the gold and silverware category at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, which celebrated the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus's discovery of America. This glass wine pitcher with silver gilding measures 12 by 9 by 7 inches and depicts a satyr on the spout with bacchantes amid clusters of grapes.

I realize that this doesn't really fit into this category, but whatever... Uranium Glass Decanter, ca. 1840

Large Bohemian Glass Compote This is from late 19th century

I remember these. They were Carnival glass - Aunt Viola used them for special occasions.

Iridescently beautiful! It's interesting that I don't remember her having any pink depression glass... it happens to be my personal favorite and I collect it. Maybe that is so because I am trying to fill in the family collection over time, over generations... hmmm...

Glass infused with uranium. The uranium gives the glass a distinct green glow. This is a decanter from the 1840s.

Dugan Farmyard Carnival Glass Bowl - Amethyst