There are many different categories of glassware, but none are as beautiful and unique as Fenton Carnival Glass. Frank Fenton began creating Carnival glass in 1907 and it is as popular now as it was then.
Fenton Carnival glass was originally named Rubi by its creators. Rubi glass soon became known as Carnival glass; because, at actual carnivals, the glass objects were given away as prizes.
Carnival glass is completely different in appearance than other glass. The glass is coated with metallic salts after the item is formed and still hot, creating an iridescent glass. The result is a kaleidoscope of reflective colors, from a single colored piece. A long list of colors is available. You will find marigold, purple, green, blue, red, and more.