Aurora Pearls

Strictly speaking, these beautiful ruffled bowls are not Carnival Glass although they are iridized. Probably made in Europe (and some people claim quite recently), they have no pattern but have delicate enameled decoration. The blue bowl shown here, with decoration on both front and back, sold for $6,000 in 2003. The cranberry on green example on the right brought $1,900, also in 2003. Here are some other examples:

Amberina, bowtie decor, 950 (2010)

Amberina, 3/1 edge, sliver off top edge, 650 (2014)

Blue, 750 (2011)

Green, 4,500 (2002)

Lavender, 700, 1,000 (both 2010)

White, 525 (2003)

Cranberry on green, 1,900 (2003)

Green, 11 inch, 3/1 edge, 400 (2006)

Green, decorated, in metal holder, 60 (2017)

White, grape and leaf motif, 1,600 (2005)

White, bride's bowl on metal base, 160 (2016)

Bride's basket with daisy motif, 2000 (2005)

Pink satin, 12 1/2 inch CRE ruffled, 200 (2006)

White opal, 10 inch, 325 (2015)

White opal, 12 inch, crimped, 500 (2005)

White opaque, 12 inch, floral decor, 190 (2016)

White opaque, 12 inch, metal stand, butterflies, 275 (2016)

White opaline bride's basket, 500 (2013)

White opaline, 575 (2010)

This ruffled, crimped Aurora Pearls bowl on iridized milk glass with the beautiful enameled butterflies sold for $800 in 2008. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Last updated 1/4/2017