Imperial Teal 7" Carnival Glass Windmill Bowl

We are pleased to offer this Hard To Find Imperial Teal Carnival Glass Windmill Bowl.

This is the `round' version of this size bowl in this pattern, not the more commonly seen ruffled version. It is an electric teal color, (greenish blue) and the color is very strong, as is the iridescence. It has a detailed 3-dimensional moulded design on the interior that features a windmill, trees and a house surrounded by scrolls, curlicues and flowers. There is a stippled texture at the scalloped rim with vertical lines. The exterior has narrow optic ribs.

This bright color is very hard to find and has an almost metallic look. It reflects silver, green and a little yellow, so it makes a beautiful display and would surely be a gorgeous addition to any collection.

It is unmarked and measures about 2 ¾" tall, 7" across the top and 3" across the foot.

Excellent Condition: no cracks, chips or heavy scratches. It has a couple straw marks inside and there is almost no color loss, retaining 99.9%.

This is a lovely piece of carnival glass and it would be a terrific addition to any carnival glass or windmill collection! Terrific for use or display, any collector would be happy to add this to a set. We are offering several other pieces of carnival glass as well as lots of other goodies, so please take a look at our other items. We would be pleased to combine shipping on multiple purchases.

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Item ID: carn65-bg3387

$80 USD

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