South American Mysteries
As collectors and researchers become more aware of Carnival Glass being found in South America, it is inevitable that new patterns are being found. But who made them?
Were they made in South America. or were they made elsewhere and exported to South America? We know that there were a number of companies making Carnival Glass in South America, like Cristalerias Riggoleau, Cristalerias Piccardo and Cristalerias Papini (all in Argentina), plus the most recent discovery of Esberard in Brazil. The question is, did any of the known South American companies make these "unknown" patterns, and if so, which one? Or, were they made elsewhere and exported to South America (or just taken there by individuals who owned them)?
Until we have definitive proof (or maybe even a speculative attribution), we'll treat them as mysteries, and show them here.
Bubble Wrap - found and named by Cláudio Deveikis
Clambering Pearl - found and named by Cláudio Deveikis
Double Fan - found and named by Cláudio Deveikis
Santa Felicidade - found and named by Cláudio Deveikis