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Dean & Diane Fry Our interest in carnival glass began in the mid-sixties when our first piece was purchased. After moving to San Diego, we pursued that interest to the point of instigating a Club in the mid-eighties, which met quarterly at a hotel. Dean Fry, avid collector and tireless promoter of carnival glass, died November 17, He was born and grew up in West Virginia, served with the U.S. Navy in the Korean War, and worked in the construction trades industry for nearly 30 years in San Diego, California. He and Diane Nowery were married in

A Tribute to Dean Fry Dean Fry, avid collector and tireless promoter of carnival glass, died November 17, Dean was born and grew up in West Virginia, served with the U.S. Navy in the Korean War, and worked in the construction trades industry, for nearly 30 years in San Diego, California. He and Diane Nowery were married in by Diane Fry. History surrounding the forerunners of current day collectors of carnival glass create interesting provenance. During the ‘70’s and ‘80’s when this habit was pursued for the sheer beauty it offers, little consideration was given to future valuation beyond the possibility of a “return on the dollar spent”. Future.

* NOTE: our use on this website of extracts from Butler Brothers catalogues are courtesy of, and with sincere thanks to the dedication of (the late) Dean and Diane Fry and the Southern California and San Diego Carnival Glass Club in sourcing and preserving these catalogues. They are an amazing resource for collectors and researchers. Great Carnival Glass Articles. MILLERSBURG PRIMARY and SECONDARY (exterior) PATTERNS. Text by Diane Fry/Photos by Dean Fry. Design and execution of the Millersburg patterns are absolutely without equal. Many of the crystal items made in were not carried over into the iridescent wares. Throughout the Millersburg factory continued to.

Information and images at the two principal websites devoted to carnival glass—put up and periodically expanded upon by Dave Doty and by Diane and Dean Fry, with the technical expertise of Donna Adler—are also indispensable resources as are the yearly price reports complied by Tom and Sharon Mordini. Text by Diane Fry/Photos by Dean Fry. Design and execution of the Millersburg patterns are absolutely without equal. Many of the crystal items made in were not carried over into the iridescent wares. That was the FIRST MAJOR carnival glass collection to sell at public auction!virginxx.xyztors came from far and wide to attend. Huge.

Get the best deals on Vintage Carnival Glass (Pre) when you shop the largest online selection at virginxx.xyz Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands | . Carnival Glass. Carnival Glass was given out as prizes at carnivals and fairs. It was also sold very cheaply in grocery stores. Carnival glass was made to imitate more expensive pieces, such as those made by the Tiffany company, and it was manufactured from to just before the Great Depression.