|In his 1996 book on Imperial Carnival Glass, Carl O. Burns points out that the difference between the Chesterfield and similar fluted patterns is the flat portion at the top of the handle (on handled pieces, of course). Candlesticks are found in two heights, 7 1/4 and 9 inches. Candlesticks are reported in clambroth, marigold, purple, red, smoke, and teal as well as the white shown. This pair is courtesy of Bob Grissom. Chesterfield pieces are sometimes identified as Colonial or Wide Panel.|
Marigold, 10 (2012), 30 (2019)
White, 65 (2012), 90 (2013), 55 (2019)
Bowl, 6 inch, round
Fruit bowl, 11 1/4 inch, pedestalled
This Chesterfield salt sold in 2021 for $130. It has the Iron Cross mark in the base. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.
|Candle holders, 7 1/4 or 9 inch|
Amberina, single, 145 (2009)
Creamer and sugar (breakfast set)
|The above purple salt dip sold in 2013 for $375. It sold again in 2019 for $850. It is the only purple example known at this time. The toothpick holder on the right sold in 2003 for $195.
Toothpick holders, 2 handles Updated 6/26/2021