|Amber, Horehound, and Rootbeer|
|Amber base glass can vary from almost a yellow to a brown. Visualize the color of amber used to make jewelry. Above are an Imperial Hattie bowl in a lighter, more yellow amber, and a Fenton Dragon and Lotus in a darker version.|
|At the left is a Northwood stippled Strawberry bowl in Horehound. Horehound is a sort of grayed amber, the color of the traditional horehound candy. Some collectors call this Rootbeer.|
|The article below appeared in the May 2012 issue of the Tampa Bay Carnival Glass Club newsletter and is published here with the permission of the author.
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