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Fenton Cobalt Blue Captive Rose Carnival Glass Ruffle Edge Bowl

Fenton Cobalt Blue Captive Rose Carnival Glass Ruffle Edge Bowl

Regular price $80.00 USD
Regular price $175.00 USD Sale price $80.00 USD
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Mint condition Fenton cobalt blue "Captive Rose" pattern carnival glass ruffle edge bowl. This piece is gorgeous!

  • No chips, flaws, or flea bites
  • 3" tall, 9" wide
  • Hand wash with mild soap and a soft sponge for long-lasting beauty
  • Production Period: Early 1900s

Fenton's Captive Rose pattern in carnival glass is a highly sought-after design among collectors. Produced by the Fenton Art Glass Company, this pattern features a motif of a rose surrounded by intricate geometric patterns and shapes. The rose is typically depicted in the center of the piece, surrounded by leaves and tendrils.

Carnival glass, also known as iridescent glass, was popularized in the early 20th century as an affordable alternative to more expensive art glass. It gained its name because it was often given away as prizes at carnivals, fairs, and other events.

The Captive Rose pattern was first introduced by Fenton in 1907 and continued to be produced into the 1920s. Pieces in this pattern can be found in a variety of colors, including amethyst, blue, green, marigold, and red. The iridescent finish gives the glass a beautiful shimmering effect, adding to its appeal.

Collectors value Fenton's Captive Rose pattern for its intricate design, vibrant colors, and historical significance within the carnival glass genre. Pieces in good condition and rare colors can command high prices on the collector's market.

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