|Sensational Rare Vintage Carnival Glass!
This page contains rare vintage carnival glass items which have special meaning, or have sensational overall appearance. First & foremost, this
includes recent pieces Colleywood Carnival Glass acquired from the now closed Fenton Art Glass Museum, which were pieces personally collected by
Frank M. Fenton, son of the original founder of Fenton Art Glass, Frank L. Fenton. These pieces are fully documented and clearly marked with the
Fenton Museum original inventory numbers on the bottom of the pieces. Once they are sold on here, we have no more. So, browse through these once
in a lifetime pieces, and just maybe you will decide to become the new owner of one or more of Frank M. Fenton's personally collected vintage carnival
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please email us directly at our direct email address: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be more than happy to post a grey colored International
Paypal buy now button for you specifically. Just email us with a returnable email address giving us the item #, the name of the piece & the website page
on which the piece appears.
We will respond back to you promptly with the information you need to obtain the piece or pieces you would like to purchase from our website.
|Presenting our Frank M.Fenton carnival glass collection pieces obtained from the Fenton Art Glass Museum auction on June
14, 2014 in Dexter City, Ohio... A exclusive offering brought to you by: www.colleywoodcarnival.com
Plus, many other sensational rare vintage pieces from our 43+ years of collecting efforts!
Finally, See our "Piece Of The Month" highlighted at the bottom of this page. We list a "killer" investment grade example from
our Colleywood Private Collection, each and every month.
If you want a "one of a kind" Fenton Museum piece for your personal collection, you had
better not hesitate to make your decision. We have sold over half of our original collection in
less than six months! REMEMBER... when they're gone, there "ain't" no more!
|Presenting more of our "Sensational Rare Vintage Carnival Glass Collection Pieces...
|The Colleywood Carnival Glass "Piece of the Month" for September 2015! Or should we
say two pieces! Northwood Peacock at the Fountain Butter dish & lid plus a covered
sugar bowl in electric purple; both in absolutely pristine mint condition and both
supremely iridized with a color bath of colors! You simply can't top these two pristine
extremely rare to find "killer" investment grade beauties! See for yourself!
|These are absolutely the finest
two pieces of Northwood
Peacock at the Fountain we have
REMEMBER! You gotta pay for
the best there is!
|Already sold to "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
Item # 86-645-RE $ 700.00 plus $20 ship
|find when trying to collect a complete Peacock at the
Fountain table set.
To find both pieces together in mint condition, is
virtually impossible, so here they are for you and as you
see they are both absolute "killer" investment grade
examples that match perfectly.
The iridescent coloring and electric highlighting on
these two examples are simply incredible.
You just won't find better!
Not even a fleabite on either piece!
That is amazing in itself, since the lids on both pieces
were always very prone to get damaged with repeated
So, when you find two undamaged examples like these,
you've found something extremely rare indeed.
As you can see by the photos, we are dealing with
electric highlights throughout both pieces.
They are both showstoppers and you will be proud to
display them both front & center in your cabinet.
Item # 86-645-RE $700.00 plus $20 ship
|Northwood's Sunflower/Meander 8-9" spatula footed eight tight ruffled bowl in extremely
rare total electric blue! No damage! No issues! Simply Sensational! See for Yourself!!
|One of the best Northwood Sunflower
8-9" eight tight ruffled bowls we have
ever owned! This one is truly totally
electric blue throughout! It'll glow for you!
|Item # 84-650-RE $ 735.00 plus $15 ship
Already sold to "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
|You won't find one better! The piece is mint condition, has sensational inside and outside iridescence and has all the electricity you need to light up
your collection cabinet! This is a showstopper "killer" investment grade example directly out of our 1984 Colleywood Private Collection. Enjoy the
totally unmanaged photos while we ponder a price tag. REMEMBER: You gotta' pay for the best there is! This won't be cheap, but then you already
know that! We paid $650 back in 1984! Item # 84-650-RE $ 735.00 plus $15 ship! A nicked up one was just on eBay a few weeks ago for $995.00 and
sold! This one is electric & mint!
|The December 2015 "Piece of the Month" from our Colleywood Private Collection! A
extremely rare "killer" mint condition investment grade Northwood Hearts & Flowers 9"
example, in deeper ice blue than the one we just sold, last month to a avid collector in
Utah! He was glad to get it and paid close to $800.00 to purchase it!
|Remember: You gotta' pay for the very best! This one takes
second place to no other example! All photos are
completely unmanaged! It's from our Colleywood Carnival
Glass Private Collection, 1987 marked box! Not even a
pinpoint, not even a fleabite or any enclosed bubbles! No
webbing, no repairs, no epoxy glue,not even one scratch!
|Already sold! Lasted only 9 minutes!
|month, and we immediately sold it to a avid collector out in Utah for close to $800.00. He
had been looking for one for over 3 years, finally struck gold with us on that nice one.
This is a much deeper ice blue colored example, with absolutely nothing amiss, and we do
mean nothing! Moreover, we don't have to show it with a black background like all
eBayers and auctioneers do!
This is a extremely popular pattern and in this base color, it is extremely rare to find in this
mint condition. It won't last but a few minutes on listed on here, so if you hesitate even a
minute, you will lose! Promise!
We want $ 875.00 plus $ 20 shipping. If you think that is too high, sit back and watch how
quickly it sells, then spend the next three years telling us how you should have purchased
it. REMEMBER: This is the best there is and you gotta' pay if you want the best.
Item # 87-745-RE $ 875.00 plus $ 20 ship
|Presenting The January 2016 Colleywood Private Collection... "Piece of the Month"! A
very rare Fenton "killer" investment grade blue Milady water tankard & 1 matching
tumbler that will garner your attention!
|From our 1987 Colleywood Private
Collection box... a absolutely sensational
Fenton Milady 2 pc. water set with no
damage & no issues! REMEMBER: You
gotta' pay for the best!
|Already put in layaway by "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
Item # 87-635-RE $725.00 plus $25 ship
|For just a moment, we want all you other Carnivalites to realize the quality of the piece you just world
wide web. You all email us saying we have the most beautiful collection of carnival glass pieces
you've ever seen in one place. You email us saying you wish you would have acted quicker, you email
one gentleman, after discovering our web site for the very first time, email us and ask if we are still in
business because, as he put it, he just couldn't believe we could have all those "beauties" on one web
site! All we can say to all of you who hesitate, is that when our private collection pieces are gone, they
are gone forever! You won't be able to say, I'll get the next "killer" piece because there won't be any
left! If you think you'll wait us out like those carnival glass club collector vultures sitting up there in a
dead tree, waiting for us to kick the bucket, you will surely end up empty handed.
We make you that solemn promise! NEVER!
"Stephanie Gal", meanwhile, patiently & quietly, keeps building her nest egg "killer" collection of our
Colleywood Private Collection pieces by paying them off through our wonderful 1 year interest free
layaway plan. We welcome you to check out her budding collection on our Collector 1 page! She is
proud and we are proud of her!
We are proud of her because we feel she is the very essence of a real passionate high quality vintage
carnival glass collector, who one day, will have one of the best quality collections of vintage carnival
glass in this country! Congratulations "Stephanie Gal", you are our ultimate vintage carnival glass
collector for 2015! You will never be sorry you are amassing our Colleywood Private Collection "killer"
grade pieces. To all you who hesitate, we feel sorry for you, for your short term hesitations will as
always, have long term ramifications! Good luck finding comparable pieces, while our repeat
customers reap a once in a lifetime harvest! Recently, a carnival glass club President, actually told us
in person, "we would not have such a lucrative web site if it wasn't for carnival glass clubs"! To him
we have one thing to say.... baloney!
In fact, we get less than 2% of our sales from carnival glass club members because most of them are
those kind of collectors who want your glass for next to nothing! Yeah, and do you know what? They
know that this is the way they are, and they are not the least ashamed of their behavior!
We say: Go ahead and be "cheapskate" collectors who get their glass at "death" auctions.
You are not supporting the current carnival glass marketplace, you are helping to destroy it!
|made out of the green vaseline glass end run & the ice blue start.
not culled out, & it was allowed to be shipped to the marketplace!
find one of these rare pieces! (See one on "Carnival Heaven 101").
not supposed to get out of the factory and into the marketplace!
and educational website called Carnival Heaven 101. There you'll
rare example of ours glows in the photos we are showing below.
a rare sapphire blue piece, where the rim only, glows!
blue one does! Technically, we cannot call this piece a vaseline
this piece has light green vaseline while the rest is a ice blue piece.
and where the ice blue base glass in this piece begins! Under the
an extremely rare piece and it also glows under the black light.
and where the ice blue begins. By glowing under the
a very intriguing extremely rare piece, from our very own
making it our sensational February 2016 "Piece of the Month".
|The first example we've ever seen of these that has a glass
These were to be culled out & disposed of, but in rare cases, it was
This is an example of a new glass batch start, and it's very rare to
It is obvious to us, this piece was a new run start, and was
You will find a complete story on another very interesting
plainly see a blue example that glows under black light, just as this
You see a full vaseline carnival glass piece, but it also shows
Yes, the rim of the glass piece glows, under black light, just as our
base color! It's a blue/vaseline glass mix . So, that is why the rim of
In fact, you can see just where the vaseline in the piece ends
black light it shows vaseline stops about 1" in from the rim! This is
Under black light one can determine where the vaseline glass ends
black light, it makes this an extremely rare Northwood piece, truly
now famous Colleywood Private Collection pieces. Now we are
|Presenting the Colleywood Carnival Glass "Piece of the Month". A extremely rare
"mixed" base glass ice blue/vaseline Northwood Peacock & Urn 10" ICS master bowl that
rim glows under black light! Mint!
|As you can see, it is one very intriguing piece of extremely rare signed Northwood carnival. It's from our
1978 Colleywood Private Collection and you won't see another!
|Remember: You gotta pay for the very best!
|Item # 78-576-RE $ 670.00 plus $25 ship
Already a pending sale to "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
Sorry all you Carnivalites, you are just too slow to respond.
|This is an extremely rare piece of Northwood ice blue glass and vaseline base glass colors
within the same piece of glass. These pieces probably were the result of ending a vaseline run
and then going to make a new run with ice blue base glass. Where the vaseline finally ended and
the ice blue began, was right in a piece!
It's the only way we can figure how two distinct base glass colors get into one molded piece!
It certainly created a sensational piece as you can see in the photos to the left. The entire rim
glows under black light, while the base ring of the same piece doesn't glow at all. Absolutely a
very strange happening indeed.
This is the only piece like this that we have ever encountered in our 44 years of carnival glass
collecting. We have heard other collectors talking about seeing other rare examples of these
mixed base glass pieces, but they are rare for sure.
This piece changes base color with changing light intensity! In bright light situations, it appears
to the naked eye as mostly ice blue, however, you can pick up the piece and walk with it in your
hand toward a less lighted part of the room and walla it looks mint green to the naked eye! You
turn around and walk back toward the brighter light of the room and it turns back to mostly ice
blue again! Just amazing!
The "killer' investment grade example has no damage or manufacturing issues. It simply
changes its color appearance in different lighting situations, which frankly, is so cool to see. You
can hardly believe it can changes color, but it certainly does.
It is a real conversation piece and all your friends will be intrigued by the color changes it goes
through and how its entire rim glows under proper black lighting.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece like this. We don't think another will be
found in the marketplace for a long long time. If you owned it....would you sell it? Don't think so!
This is a very rare piece and we want a fair price for it. We certainly are not going to give it
away. Enough said! Item # 78-576-RE $ 670.00 plus $25 ship
|Presenting.... The Colleywood "Piece of the Month" for March 2016.
From our Colleywood Private Collection! A green mint condition "killer"
investment grade example of a rare Northwood Corn Vase (stalk base)
in rare green! It's perfect!
|No damage or any of
issues that plague most
of these. Just a pristine
|Already a Pending sale to
"Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
As per usual, all you "so called" club
collectors aren't looking for real
quality. Plus you're way too slow to
|To find a rare Northwood Corn Vase
in green without any physical
unheard of in carnival glass
collecting circles. Usually there is
base ring damage or nicks to the top
rim edge, however, this little vintage
gem has none of anything wrong.
Just a splendid "killer" investment
grade example with superb
iridescent coloring to boot. Perfect!
Don't miss a rare opportunity to own
one of the best we've ever have had
the chance collect in our many years
of active carnival glass collecting.
Collection, this beauty is a stand-out
Collection, this beauty is a stand-out
piece, meant for a stand out
collection. Buy with complete
Item #82-416-RE $460.00 + $15 ship
|Presenting.... The April "Piece of the Month"! A"killer" investment grade example .... A
mint condition blue Northwood Daisy & Drape vase from our Colleywood Private
Collection. Mint condition & will awe you!
|Absolutely mint condition! Not even a scratch, which most of
these vases have!
|From all the 43+ years of our carnival glass collecting
efforts, we bring you the best flared out top footed
Northwood Daisy we have ever encountered! Totally
pristine, incredibly beautiful and a standout stand alone
carnival glass novelty display piece.
|Already a pending sale to "Stephanie Gal" out there in the state
Sorry Carnivalites, you are simply too slow!
Item # 83-487-RE $ 625.00 + $10 ship
|glass, you know how highly sought after they really are,
especially when they are sensational examples. The prices find
these cute little gems fairly easily in this very popular aqua
bright blue, is a completely different story. They are just not
found that often, and the popularity of this blue base is even
higher in demand than the aqua opalescent examples.
Frankly, to find a flared out top bright blue example in absolute
pristine condition, with sensational iridescent coloring
throughout, is a collector's dream come true! When one is
found at a estate or collector auction, the prices always soar
and you go home empty handed saying to yourself...." I should
have kept bidding... I won't see another one of those for years
to come!!! And guess what, you are absolutely correct!
Sure, you might find one in "so-so" condition, normally with
about 2-3 long iridized over scratches all over its lower vase
body and without much iridescent coloring, about once every
2-3 years on the auction circuit.
However, to find one in pristine mint condition, as this example
possesses with sensational iridescent coloring throughout, as
this example has, is a rarity you may see once in a lifetime! If
you don't believe us, search on my Carnivalite friends, search
on! We did!!! So here's your rare opportunity to own the one we
found in our lifetime of searching. It's your call, here & now!
Item # 83-487-RE $ 625.00 plus $10 ship
|Presenting.... The May 2016 "Piece of the Month"! From our Colleywood Private
Collection! A "killer" Fenton Spector's Department Store investment grade rare example
9" ad plate you won't soon forget!
|One of the best there is! Just remember:
"You gotta' Pay for the best"!
|Already a pending sale to "Stephanie Gal" out there in
Sorry Carnivalites, but you are simply too slow!
|these a year in popular pristine condition. However, most have just one
dimensional iridescence or are simply not as good as this example. You would
probably have to search for 4-5 years to find one like this one. It also seems that
when a collector does find a really good example, they don't give them up easily
because they have learned how hard it was to find the first good one they
This is such a plate, rare to find, superb in iridescent coloring, and no damage or
issues to speak of. Only the center straw mark, which is so typical on Fenton
made carnival glass, keeps us from calling this plate mint.
The back side is plain, but possesses superb marigold iridescence just like the
front of the plate. This is a sensational display plate, and the new owner will be
proud to put it with the best pieces he, she or they have.
This is a masterpiece, which anyone would be okay with making it a legacy
piece. It is that good.
With all this in mind, the question becomes who will act quick enough to purchase
this rare beauty.
You hesitate with a rare piece like this... you lose!Period!
We are not going to give the piece away, namely because we worked to hard to
Item # 83-392-RE $ 505.00 plus $15 ship
|The Colleywood Carnival "Piece of the Month" for June 2016! A"killer" rare investment
grade Fenton 10" 3in1 bowl in red amberina, in mint condition! From our 1986
Colleywood Private Collection!
|Remember: You gotta pay for the
best! Mint condition, and hardly
ever sold anywhere!
|Already a pending by "Stephanie Gal" out there in
Kansas! Sorry Carnivalites, it didn't last 20 minutes!
|Amberina! No damage! No issues! Sensational appearance
when put on display. A real conversation piece indeed.
These are hardly ever sold or found in the marketplace, so it
makes them very difficult to obtain by collectors. We've seen
only one other sell in our entire 44 year collecting efforts.
The Fenton Little Flowers art creation is really a well
designed & way undervalued carnival glass pattern. The
flowers on the inside are simply depicted in such a bold way,
you certainly have no way of missing their presence. Just a
gorgeous piece of Fenton carnival glass!
It is in mint condition, with nothing amiss.
Just like the day it was manufactured, over 100 years ago.If
you hesitate you will certainly lose your opportunity to own
Item # 86-458-RE $ 480.00 plus $15 ship
|Our Independence Day "Killer" investment grade example! From our 1983 Colleywood
Private Collection! Colleywood's.... "Piece of the Month" for July 2016!! A mint condition
awe your collector senses! No damage! No issues!
|Super "killer" investment grade example, you don't worry how big the
photo is!!! Not a scratch, not a pinpoint, not a fleabite, not a repair,
not a crack or heat check, not any missing iridescence, not any
warpage problems, not any wobbly base when sitting on flat surface,
not any color spots, and nothing else to stop us from calling this
masterpiece a totally mint condition piece.
|REMEMBER: You gotta pay for one of the best there is! We
have no doubt this example is one of the best! It is mint
condition and we want a mint condition price for it, not some
low ball idiot price. A "once in a lifetime" super bargain price
at $ 4900.00 plus $35 shipping!!!!!!
|If you don't know what good "oxblood" base color looks like, we're going to show you
first hand, with our Colleywood August 2016 Piece of the Month! This "killer" investment
grade Dugan Four Flowers 10-11" big ruffled master bowl will give you a new appreciation
for "oxblood "red/violet purple! Promise!
|From our Colleywood Private collection, the reddest
oxblood purple we have ever seen! It even has stretchy
iridescence around the entire outer part of the inside
perimeter! WOW! WOW! WOW!
|Sorry carnivalites, but "Stephanie Gal" has already claimed her newest
Colleywood "Piece of the Month". And what a "killer" piece it is!!!!
Already a pending sale by "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
|These preview pictures will be followed with many more photos from us.
We will show all views so you can better appreciate this wonderful
"killer" investment grade example. No damage of issues on this
sensational example. Enjoy the preview photos, but remember,
"Stephanie Gal" has beaten all of you to the punch again!
|You won't find one of these at any estate or collection auction.
Collectors vie for these oxblood base colored Dugan examples and
this one is simply exceptional!
|The Colleywood September 2016 "Piece of the Month"! A extremely rare "killer"
investment grade marigold pair, every collector wishes they had! Most collectors don't
even have one, yet alone a pair!
|These are the very old plain vintage
holders an have the needed "INRI"
inscription banner on them. Please see
the Carnival Heaven website where it
shows the old 1908 butler ads showing a
picture of these with the INRI inscription
|Already sold to "Stephanie Gal" out there in Kansas!
|Imperial Crucifix candle holders in marigold. They are quite
marketplace, is next to impossible! But here they are, as big
as life, ready for you to become their new owner. The big thing
with these was that when you did find one of these, they
always seemed to have some sort of heavy straw line in the
clear base. This made it look like it was cracked there. Not on
these, the base and everything else, is in no damage
condition. They are simply a pristine pair!
So, if you want something completely different than the norm,
this is a excellent very rare choice. No, we will not give them
away, they are priced quite fairly!
Item # 16-735-RE $ 825.00 plus $20 ship
|Rare! Presenting... Our October "Piece Of The Month"! Recently added to our Colleywood
Private Collection! A Fenton Dragon & Lotus 9" ICS bowl in true amberina red! This is a
new addition to our Colleywood Private Collection, but we can assure you it is a "killer"
investment grade example in every way!
|WOW! WOW! This is a total "killer" example that
does have a couple of very minor issues that do
not affect our grading of this piece as a "killer"
investment grade example!
|Already sold to "The Looking Glass Lady" out there in Pennsylvania!
What a super, super buy you made!
|year, however, don't let the recent addition of it into our finest pieces
make you hesitate to purchase this red amberina "killer" investment grade
example. When we received the piece, it had a very stubborn surface
black residue area on the inside. We weren't sure we could get the area
cleaned up, but after repeated toothbrushing with a mixture of dawn dish
liquid and citrus orange cleaning concentrate, walla the black area was
forever harmlessly removed from the inside. This success story revives
the piece to our "killer" investment grade status. We wish we could do this
magic crusaders we wish we could be. Piece rescue is not an every day
occurrence at Colleywood, but we are always elated when it happens! So,
here's an opportunity to purchase a rare rescued "killer" example! Again a
Item # 16-475-RE $ 535.00 plus $15 ship
|Already sold to "The Kid" out there in California!
|November 2016". A Northwood Rose Show 8-9" ruffled bowl in true ice blue! Absolutely in
mint condition & very colorful!
|You can't imagine how beautiful this mint
Northwood Rose Show 8-9" ruffled bowl in
ice blue is until you see it in person. It is
very difficult to capture its beauty in photos.
|Already sold to that long time established customer of ours,
down there in South Carolina! What a super, super buy!
Congratulations on a beautiful ice blue Northwood "killer"
investment grade mint condition Rose Show ruffled example!
|ruffled bowl that will standout in your "killer"collection
cabinet, then you should consider this absolutely mint
incredible and will show best in not so bright lighting. This
makes the piece ideal for a cabinet dweller of the highest
magnitude. Quality pastel "killer" investment grade example
giving that highly desired soft appearance when put on
professional display. Just review our totally unmanaged
photos of this beauty, and we think you'll come to the same
conclusion.... It needs to be in your "killer" collection. We are
not going to give the piece away at some ridiculous price, so
don't get the idea we are desperate to sell it. But as with so
many of our beauties on our website, it has to go eventually.
You can make that eventually happen as quickly as you want!
Item # 16-435-RE $ 505.00 plus $20 ship
|The Colleywood Carnival Glass "Piece of the Month" for January 2017! A"killer grade
Northwood Stippled Three Fruits / Ribbed back 8-9" ruffled bowl in Aqua Opalescent!
|From our 1981 Colleywood Private
Collection! It's near mint with just slight
rubs to the central cherry cluster. Superb
colorful iridescence both front and back.
Otherwise, no other damage or major issues.
|This Personalized Paypal buy now Layaway Payment button is
now reserved for "Secret Agent Man 007" out in California
|This is one beautiful aqua opalescent Northwood Stippled
Three Fruits ruffled bowl! It has no damage, but does have a
tiny bit of fruit wear mostly on the central three cherries of
the central cherry cluster and a couple or very tiny marks on
some of the other fruits. It has tremendous eye appeal when
displayed, with the central cherry cluster wear rubs & other
fruit marks barely discernible.
You can spend over $1000 for one of these in mint condition,
or you can own this near mint example for way less!
It's out of our 1981 Colleywood Private Collection, and we did
not put it in our private collection because it was a junk
example. It's near perfect except for the very minor issues we
Due to the slight fruit wear rubs, however, we cannot grade
this piece as a "killer" investment grade example, but rather,
as a super collector grade example that any avid collector
would be proud to display boldly along with their finest pieces.
The back side has the highly desired ribbed pattern and it
also has superb iridizing which is very colorful. Just review
the photos and we think you'll still warrant a buy on this
super collector grade example.
It's very pretty on display, very rare to find stippled and as atop
notch aqua opalescent piece, so very, very beautiful. Like we
say, it has no physical damage to the piece and the iridescent
coloring and opalescent treatment are both superb. You won't
find this rare three fruits at any estate or convention auction
unless you get darned lucky. Sure you might find a example or
two every 3-5 years, with maybe a rim tooth missing or chips
on the rim or base ring, but try to find one better than this,
and you find yourself in, at least, a 5 year search. Ask any
avid collector, and we feel they will agree, this is a well worth
the money stunning example!
Look at the super duper price we show below, and tell
yourself you don't have a rare opportunity here.
Item # 81-573-RE $ 625.00 plus $20 ship. Literally a steal!
|Our Colleywood Private Collection "Piece of the Month" for February 2017! A mint condition super "killer
investment grade cobalt blue Fenton Blueberry water pitcher! A tumbler set is not shown but is available!
|REMEMBER! You gotta' pay to get the very best! This
should be your choice, if you want the best! Superb!
Matching "killer" grade tumbler set available!
|This "killer" investment grade mint water pitcher has excellent
coloring and displays with the best of them. Simply put, it is
one of the best Fenton Blueberry water pitchers in the land. If
you want one of these very hard to find pitchers, this one
should be your choice. We haven't come accross any better
example than this "killer" investment grade example.
Moreover, we do have a full set of "killer" investment grade
tumblers, if you desire a full 7 piece water set. Full water sets
in this very popular Fenton vintage carnival glass pattern are
next to impossible to find at collection and estate auctions, so
here's a rare opportunity to purchase the whole shabang, right
here & now! Sometimes the search to find a set like this is
more appealing to young upstart collectors, but we can tell you
after 45 years of running all over the country looking &
looking... it isn't as appealing anymore! All the dollars we spent
traveling & attending auctions, looking for dream pieces, we
know now, we'll never recoup all the lost time & tons of dollars
we spent. We hope you consider this fact about "gyspy"
collecting. It is a reality we've now come to realize, in our
elderly years!!! Item # 85-1010-RE $ 1150.00 plus $30 ship
|The Colleywood Carnival Glass "Piece of the Month" for March 2017! From our own Colleywood Private
Collection! A extremely rare marigold spittoon called Tartan a.k.a. Daisy & Cane! Only 3 sold since 2000!
|Still looks like the day it was made! Mint
condition! Radium finish inside, with super
sheen finish outside! What a beautiful
spittoon example! It's 8" across! WOW!
|Tartan pattern is a product of the European maker Brockwitz
as this absolutely stunning 8" across spittoon, which doubled
considered very rare and the spittoon item is considered a
prize find among vintage carnival glass collectors the world
This extremely rare mint condition "killer" investment grade
example is from our Colleywood Private Collection, and
frankly, still looks like the day it was made. Obviously
cherished over all these years!
You won't find a better example, so you better seize the
opportunity to add this extremely rare find to your best
It's one that comes along about once every 8 to ten years, with
only 3 marigold examples selling since year 2000!
|Coming Soon! Colleywood Carnival Glass April 2017 "Piece of the Month"! Northwood Extremely Rare
Sunflower 8" Spatula Footed Ruffled Bowl in Electric Blue! Mint Condition!
|WOW! WOW! WOW!!!!
Yup, it's electric blue!
|Already sold to that established long time customer of ours
down in South Carolina! This is one of the best examples
there is! Best we've ever seen in 46 years of collecting!
|This is a extremely rare Northwood Sunflower 8" spatula
footed bowl in total electric blue with the normal Meander
back side pattern! The photos to the left are not managed.
The iridescence coloring is so electric, we simply get what
you see in the photos (below left) when we try to photo this
piece in natural outdoor light streaming in through our sliding
glass kitchenette door.
We tried to shade the piece, and when we do that, it looks like
the piece in the top left photo. However, as soon as we let
outdoor light hit the piece, it turns into the piece you see in
the other photos we posted below. The back side is typical,
with the radium silver iridescence dominating the backside.
This is truly a fascinating piece, with absolutely no damage or
manufacturing issues. Moreover, if you noticed in the photos,
this is one is the much rarer variant pieces, with the rare
spatula feet end balls on the bottom tips of each of the three
spatula feet. Pieces having these foot end balls are much
rarer to find in this Sunflower pattern. Truly an extremely
rare mint piece! Finally, we want you to know, we quickly sold
the mint example we show above on this same page for a very
fair price of $ 735.00 plus $15 ship. It was a beautiful eight
tight ruffle example from our private collection. Also, not too
long ago, a electric blue example, with a nick on the rim, sold
on eBay for $ 995.00! So, here and now we ask a fair price.
Item # 17-685-JW $ 775.00 plus $15 ship Cheap considering
it is the rare variant with the beaded spatula feet and is mint!
|Proudly presenting Colleywood's May 2017 "Piece of the Month" from our Colleywood
Private Collection! An absolute mint Northwood Dandelion 7 piece water set in rare green!
|If you can't get into this
extremely rare all mint
Northwood Dandelion 7
piece water set, you're
not a avid carnival glass
collector! You are a
novice collector, if you
can't get into this vintage
carnival glass water set! A
WOW to the nth power!
|Better think very hard before you let
this extremely rare gem water set
pass you by. When we say all pieces
mint condition, that puts this "killer"
investment grade water set directly
out of our 1981 Colleywood
Collection box, in some very special
rare circles, when it comes to
vintage carnival glass. When is the
last time you saw such a rarity in
mint condition sell at any auction
venue? Bet you can't even recall or
remember when! Well let us help
you. Doty shows several 7 pc water
sets being sold since 2005. We can
attest, not one of those sets were in
mint condition...period! All had some
sort of damage present! This set is
all mint, and is the only such set
we've ever seen sell in 45 years! We
have to do a little more thinking on
this mint beauty before we post a
price! Meanwhile, why don't you
think about the 45 years that went
by with a mint 7 pc. water set ever
selling! You contemplate and we'll
think about a price!
|IMPORTANT SITE PAGE NOTICE!
The bottom half of this site page is dedicated to the Colleywood "Piece of the Month" listings, which come out of our Colleywood
Private Collection pieces. Some of our private collection pieces have been stored for years, while our newer pieces were put
into our private collection piece inventory fairly recently. The pieces that are in our private collection pieces are all exceptional
carnival glass examples, and therefore are our more desired very high quality carnival glass offerings "for sale" on this
website, which our established customers often actively vie for quick purchase. If you are new to our website, you will soon
learn, if the inventory item number ends with the suffix letters "RE", they are pieces coming out of our private collection
inventory. The "Piece of the Month" program was started by us in 2016 and has provided a new exceptional Colleywood Private
Collection piece each month since its inception. It is first come first served on these special high quality, usually very rare
vintage carnival glass examples. Our experienced viewers browse this part of the Rare 2 page virtually every week to make
sure they don't miss a new "Piece of the Month" listing.