Carnival Glass Pitcher - spout damaged with glass slithers and area missing. The process required a special selection of pearlescent pigments to match the varied luster of the carnival glass. A special thermal process was used to build up the new are to match the rest of the spout. A combination of color fills and irredescent gloss final coatings created a very good restoration match of the rest of this large Northwood carnival pitcher.

DiAnna Tindell

According to DiAnna Tindell there is no joy greater than returning an object that has been chipped, cracked or broken to its original shape and beauty. "There's nothing to match the appreciation in the owner's eyes when they first see it," said Tindell. {more}
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