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Just going through old posts and saw this. Thought I would add more accurate information for anyone else coming across this. These are old marigold carnival glass vases made by Imperial in the Ripple pattern. The iridescent marigold color is fired onto a clear glass base. Marigold carnival glass is the only color of carnival glass that is done this way. All other colors have tin salts baked onto a colored base glass. The tin salts are what creates the iridescent sheen of carnival glass. Tom is correct that a chip in common carnival glass pieces makes them pretty much worthless.