A collection for the collector - of carnival glass, that is. These antique marigold carnival glass tumblers include two different makers and patterns, so you don't get bored sipping lemonade on the veranda. Or a Tom Collins. 🤫
Offered here are two tumblers in the 'Lattice and Grape' pattern by Fenton and three tumblers in the 'Lattice and Daisy' pattern by Dugan. All shimmery, golden, opalescent .. and both from the early 1900s. Keep in mind that most glass companies in the early 1900s were closely related and networked, so various patterns resemble products from different manufacturers.
Old glass ages well if protected. These five beauties sure don't look to be over 100 years old.
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- FIVE antique carnival glass tumblers in the marigold color; by Fenton and Dugan (as shown)
Very good condition for gently used antique glassware. Overall surface wear consistent with age and use, showing fading, marks, lightened areas, abrasions, soil and residue. No chips or cracks noted though scattered roughness on edges and bottom. Minor irregularities from manufacturing process present. Unmarked.