Crafted from a broken piece of vintage carnival glass with a gorgeous crane image. Features a dualback allowing it to be worn as a pin or pendant and measures 1.25" x 1.5"_x000D_n_x000D_n<em><strong>Carnival Glass - Early 1900s</strong></em>_x000D_n<em>Mimicking the iridescent finish of expensive, decorative glassware by companies such as Tiffany and Loetz, carnival glass was marketed as an affordable, yet beautiful alternative. As a result, some referred to it as 'poor man's Tiffany'. It earned its current name in the 1950s when it became a coveted prize at carnivals and fairs. Over 500 colors of carnival glass have been identified, but the most popular was marigold, followed by amethyst/purple, blue, and green.</em>
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