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Waybackwhen presents a stunning vintage lidded jar in Great condition with both the deer (Bambi) and the scottie dog lids(both fit jar perfectly). These items were made by Jeannette Glass, a well known classic in the glass world.

This jar with the decorative deer and dog lids are in Great Condition. The shiny Marigold carnival glass still has its original brilliant lustre (alot of these jars fade out and become dull). Just a beautiful piece of times gone by. The jar measures 6" tall by 4" wide. Clearly an excellent item for any collector or someone who just enjoys beautiful things. Now let's go waybackwhen......

......The Fenton Art Glass Company of Williamstown, West Virginia, made the first carnival glass, originally known as iridill, around 1908. It is the only original manufacturer still operating today. The Northwood Glass Company of Wheeling, West Virginia, also began making carnival glass at the same time. Imperial Glass and Millersburg, of Ohio, produced pieces near that time through 1925, along with Dugan and Westmoreland, of Pennsylvania. After that period, the glass was manufactured in Europe, Australia and South America from the mid-1920's through the 1930's. No American companies appear to have produced the glass during those years. Fenton and Imperial began making carnival glass again, in the 1960's, and put trademarks on their pieces so they could be distinguished from the older glass. Northwood had always marked their carnival glass with an "N" within a circle, throughout their production of their pieces. The Jeannette Glass Company made a Marigold (orange) carnival glass in the 1950's, and a two-tone red and yellow version in the 1970's.

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Vintage Carnival Glass Deer and Scottie Powder Lids with Jar Marigold