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Always helpful in contributing toward educational efforts to benefit carnival glass collectors, Bob Smith generously forwarded pages from his factory catalog of BROCKWITZ Glass designs.
Thankful for help from other sources, some of whom are named under the photos they provided, we believe this accumulation of examples within the Tartan pattern, along with the photo of a Star and Fan Epergne will prove to be an interesting approach to our venture into carnival glass produced in Germany.
A large operation, which began glass production in 1904, in the Elbe valley, their carnival glass manufacture was in full swing during 1915, continuing into the mid -1920s.
Goldiris was the Brockwitz name for marigold.
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