The carnival glass of interest to most collectors is a iridized pressed glass that was produced from shortly after the turn of the century into the late 1920's. Starting in 1907, the Fenton Art Glass Company became the first company to produce this type of glass and became one of the leading producers.
This lovely gently flared green carnival bowl is the "coin dot variant" pattern. From the center of the bowl circles of stippled coin dots extend to the smooth outer edge. The dots increase in size as they extend outward. The pattern is much like the regular coin dot, but has added dots at the edges of the center grouping at 12, 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 clockwise. The bowl measures 8" across; 2 1/4" in height and rests on a collar base which is 2 5/8" across. The exterior is a smooth green finish. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint. The variation of rose and blue/green colors with sharp details are great.
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