Category Archives: Carnival Glass

The Color Orange in Antique Bottles & Glass

The Color Orange in Antique Bottles & Glass 08 February 2014 We sometimes, unfortunately, classify orange-tone bottles as amber. In the bitters world, we have orange amber but never pure orange. With fruit, the orange is as honest as you … Continue reading

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Swift’s Syphilitic Specific – “Hey, I’ve got Syphilis”

S S S “Hey, I’ve got Syphilis. Do you have any medicine for me?” “Sure, try some Swift’s Syphilitic Specific” “Thanks, just what I need” I like it when Dr. Charles Aprill (New Orleans) stirs things up with a post … Continue reading

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Some Beautiful Carnival Glass Pieces

My experiece with Carnival Glass is limited based on just owning a few insulators that caught my eye over the years. I pictured my PYREX CD 233 to the left. The color is quite nice. I did a Peachridge post … Continue reading

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