Need Help Identifying Green Glass Items

bellasonrisas

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We are going through my grandmother's collection and are having a hard time identifying these pieces IMG_20181015_145920693.jpg IMG_20181015_134403878.jpg sqig2.jpg ....please help!
 

Fritos56

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The first piece is i believe by Fenton Glass, and the pattern is La Futruiste.Type it into ebay to see more examples.It looks like a celery or roll tray. Others i have no idea.
 

ArfieBoy

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I don't know what the pieces are but they are beautiful! Thanks for showing them... and good luck on identifying them. Welcome to the forum from Oregon.
 

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Welcome to this neat Forum...!
You have Carnival glass, perhaps...?
 

Fritos56

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The first piece with the gold trim is a pattern called la furtrist I believe.i maybe misspelling the name, but you might be able to find it on ebay.It was designed as some sort of art deco or modern design in the 1920s, early 30s.It looks like a celery tray or dish for olives, depends on the length.there were other pieces made in this pattern.Not sure if it's Fenton, Heisley, or who the maker is right now.The second looks like a swirl pattern, but the scalloped edge throws me. The last pattern i don't know.Could be 1940s to 1950s. Or maybe sometime in the 1930s, kind of art deco looking.
 

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I have a buddy who collects Uranium Glass made a nice display rack for them complete with black light to make them glow. Seems that glass was popular stuff in the art deco age. 1915 to 1930???
 

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