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CARNIVAL GLASS - IMPERIAL HEAVY GRAPE Brush Iridized Small Berry Bowl 2612

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COME BY, COME BUY, COME BACK IMPERIAL HEAVY GRAPE GORGEOUS SMOKE Brush and/or Double Iridized 4¾" Small Berry Bowl. Excellent undamaged condition. The previous owners of this Berry Bowl consulted with Frank Fenton, who verified that the bowl was "brush iridized". SPECTACULAR IRIDESCENCE!! CLICK IMAGES TO ENLARGE THE CARNIVAL GLASS KING ADVANTAGE? I WANT HAPPY CUSTOMERS! YOU DEAL DIRECTLY WITH ME - Problem with a purchase? Message me through eBay, and I'll FIX it. Glass is inspected; damage and/or major flaws noted - IF I MISS SOMETHING, I OWN IT Glass is thoroughly cleaned; pattern and maker are researched and noted Photos are clear, sharp, and accurate regarding color Prices are generally negotiable Shipping charge for most SINGLE PURCHASES is Flat Rated and the usual method is USPS Priority Mail COMBINED SHIPPING is offered in order to reduce your shipping cost. The shipping charge for COMBINED PURCHASES is weight or volume based and the usual method is FEDEX Home Delivery All items are cushioned with bubble wrap, which is secured with stretch wrap NOT TAPE. Cartons are filled with packing peanuts, labeled GLASS or FRAGILE, and INSURED I have a 30-Day "NO EXCUSE" Return Policy and ONE BUSINESS DAY handling time IRIDESCENCE is all about LIGHTING & REFLECTION. Proper LIGHTING = Great COLOR. 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 ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ GOD BLESS AMERICA & GOD BLESS MY GRANDKIDS SAM - LILY - SARAH - EVIE - AMELIA (Nov 2017) Inherent Production Issues It's a fact that nearly every piece of Carnival Glass will have some identifiable production issue such as: 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 should see these production issues in the photos, and they may be mentioned. You can decide if they are acceptable or not. Be prepared for the reality of antique glassware, which often comes with BIRTHMARKS. Shipping All shipments are insured. Domestic shipping of a single purchase is usually via USPS Priority Mail. Multiple purchases may be combined to reduce the cost to you, and will usually travel via Fedex Home Delivery, SO I WILL NEED A PHYSICAL ADDRESS NOT A P. O. BOX. International shipments will travel either First Class Int'l or Priority Int'l. DECLARED VALUE WILL BE WHAT YOU PAID - NO EXCEPTIONS. All items are cushioned with bubble wrap which is secured with stretch wrap, not tape. Cartons are filled with packing peanuts, and labeled GLASS or FRAGILE. Orders will be shipped in one business day unless I'm away (then ASAP when I return). Terms of Sale Payment is expected upon receipt by you of eBay's invoice or, if you have made multiple purchases, upon receipt of the "CONSOLIDATED SHIPPING" invoice from me which will have the correct shipping charge based on the actual packed weight of the shipment. Credit cards may be used with PayPal. Please contact me if you wish to make other arrangements. About the Glass Maker Imperial Glass Company of Bellaire, Ohio began production of Carnival Glass around 1909. Imperial Glass, along with Fenton Art Glass, led the revitalization of Carnival Glass in the 1960s and 70s. Vintage Imperial was not marked except for the occasional "Iron Cross" logo. New reproductions were at first tagged with paper labels which, if removed, led to confusion over the age of the item. An embossed "I over G" was added to solidly identify "new" glass vs. vintage glass. Contact Us QUESTIONS? PROBLEMS? JUST WANT TO SAY HI? 503-747-8441