|Pisello Art Glass|
|Initially a manufacturer of Tiffany style lamp shades, Arkie and Mary Pisello of Pisello Art Glass became a wholesaler of small carnival glass novelties in the 1980s and were based in Laporte, Indiana. Pisello did not make these carnival glass novelties as they contracted the manufacture of this glass to Mosser Glass as shown in the bottom ad. Their customers were probably gift shops, glass dealers or other retail shops.|
|Above is Amish Girl and Amish Boy. They are about 2 inches tall. They are marked on the back side with a capital P in a circle. They are in cobalt blue. These two pieces were also made by Boyd in other colors. Pisello's name for them were John and Sarah.|
|Above is an indian head toothpick holder in a white opaque glass that is iridized. It is about 2 1/2 inches tall. It is marked on the back side "Pisello Art 1984". This piece was also made by Boyd in other colors.|
|Above is a lidded fish named "Flipper". It is about 2 1/2 inches tall. It is marked on the bottom of the lid "Pisello 1983". The word "Pisello" is also on the underside of the left fin.
See this article on Pisello Glass in the December 1994 newsletter of Collectible Carnival Glass Association.