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CARNIVAL GLASS - WESTMORELAND for L. G. WRIGHT Ruby GOD & HOME Tumbler - 1970s

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CARNIVAL GLASS KING COME BY ~ COME BUY ~ COME BACK NO EXCUSE RETURN POLICY - SATISFACTION GUARANTEED YES***I COMBINE SHIPPING***YES GOD & HOME WESTMORELAND / L. G. WRIGHT MODERN CARNIVAL GLASS Around 1907 production of CARNIVAL GLASS began, using the new process of creating an iridescent film on patterned glassware by spraying it with a solution of metallic salt(s) while the glass was still hot, introduced by The Fenton Art Glass Company. Modern Carnival Glass, while machine-made for the most part, is still iridized in much the same was as it was at the turn of the last century, although the iridescence is generally more shiny, and looks "applied" as opposed to being an integral part of the glass itself. STUNNING Ruby Carnival Glass Tumbler produced by Westmoreland Glass Company for L. G. Wright (using the original DUGAN moulds) in the 1970s. Approx. 2.25" tall. Excellent undamaged condition. Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image Click to view supersize image CONDITION IS A SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION Antique Carnival Glass is approximately 100 years old and will have certain internal and external flaws and imperfections inherent to the production process. UNLESS SEVERE, I DO NOT CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING AS DAMAGE: air bubbles; inclusions (ash, cinder, bugs); straw marks (shear marks); tool marks; incomplete or malformed edges; uneven legs or bowed base (rocking); missing or pooled iridescence; heat checks (internal separations from uneven cooling); rough seams or extra glass at seams; webbed or pulled edge points, etc. You will see these production issues in the photos. You can decide if they are acceptable or not. BE PREPARED FOR THE REALITY OF ANTIQUE GLASSWARE BEAUTY OFTEN COMES WITH BIRTHMARKS IRIDESCENCE IS ALL ABOUT LIGHTING & REFLECTION GREAT LIGHTING = GREAT COLOR My photos are taken indoors under diffused fluorescent lighting that mimics noon sun (5200° K). White, Smoke, Marigold & Ice Colors look best against a dark background. I show you the iridescent beauty that is possible under strong lighting. YOUR RESULTS MAY VARY ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ TERMS OF SALE Sales and subsequent actions will be based on and subject to the laws of the State of Oregon. PAYPAL is our preferred method of payment. Payment is expected upon receipt by you of my invoice unless other arrangements are made or you are not finished shopping and want your purchases consolidated. GOD created the Heavens and the Earth, and then He fine-tuned a piece of the Earth and called it... TEXAS GOD BLESS AMERICA - GOD BLESS MY GRANDKIDS GO DUCKS Get Images that Make Supersized Seem Small. Attention Sellers - Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva.com.