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09/18/2018 10:41 PM
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(18) PIECES ASSORTED CARNIVAL GLASSWARE

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Composition. Glass
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Rating: 8
Comments. This lot includes five cups, three saucers, a 3” high sherbet and seven 6” plates that was made between 1933 and 1940 in the pattern known as” Normandie”. Also included is a pair of 4 ˝” round bowls which have a vertically ridged exterior and raised flowers as well as leaf designs. This lot is in good shape with normal use wear, could have some interior wear, only a few very small flecks in the lot, one of the plates has a small chip and they have some soiling. All of the pieces are made of clear glass which have a marigold iridescent finish. Give everything a good cleaning and you will have some nice additions to your favorite depression glass collection.

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