Does anyone know what this came from or the time period?

by Lisa Brauer
(Chagrin Falls, OH Geauga County)

I found 2 pieces a week apart on the shores of lake Erie. They are very dazzling in person and feel like you have found a treasure. A lady at the beach said it was "carnival glass from the early 1900's. Would anyone else like to take a stab at it. It is difficult to take pictures of because it changes depending on lighting.

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Jun 23, 2021
Art glass NEW
by: Carol

Looks like some type of art glass. Could be carnival glass. Very lovely. Great find! Thanks for sharing!

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