Anne, yes, I also love the blue shades - especially when the iridescence is electric and shimmering with rose and purple.
Of course, most people think of marigold when Carnival is mentioned - it is the most frequently found colour, and there are certainly a lot of rather poor, flat and weak examples of it too. But there are also some examples of pastel marigold around. Don't misunderstand - true pastel marigold is not a shiny, silvery weak effect. It's a shimmering, magical iridescence that, with the right lighting, is Drop Dead Gorgeous. It's also hard to find. :cry:
And so as we began this thread by talking about Northwood's glass, how about a piece of Northwood's pastel marigold in the Peacocks pattern, to give an accolade for good old Harry.