Antique Fenton Beaded Star footed bowl Marigold carnival glass. 5 1/2 inches across 2 1/2 inches tall. Pattern introduced in 1905. Iridization is rich and pretty. No chips, cracks or damages. A straw mark in the bottom is all I can see.
Beautiful blue double crimped Fenton blue hobnail opalescent glass bowl measuring 6 1/2" in diameter, 3 3/4" inches tall. The opalescence is extremely thick and is a 6-part mold. This particular bowl has been displayed only and in is in remarkable condition; there is no damage (chips, hairlines, flakes, etc.). circa 1940's- 1950's
Vintage 1950's Fenton milk glass saucer with outer side having the hobnail pattern. Has crimped or ruffled edge. Measures 6 1/8" and is in pristine condition. May also be used for a liner.
Vintage 1950's Fenton milk glass saucer with outer side having the hobnail pattern. Has crimped or ruffled edge. Measures 5 3/4" and is in pristine condition. May also be used for a liner.
Fenton White Opalescent "Hearts & Roses" Petite Bell with original crystal clapper in excellent condition. What a stunning little bell to celebrate a Wedding Anniversary! It has been and handpainted with a design of a blue ribbon connecting a deep pink heart with two roses highlighted with green leaves. Hand signed by the Fenton artist. It is 4 1/2" Tall. Pristine condition but no original box.
This is a pretty little dusty rose Dot and Flute Overlay or cased vase from the Fenton Art Glass Company. Produced between 1983 and 1985 this color was one of the 5 overlay shades that were under production at that time. It measures just 5 1/4" tall and is in excellent condition with no damage and no wear. The Fenton oval logo is present on the bottom of the vase. Very Pretty.
Fenton colonial amber hobnail bud vase measures 10" tall. No mark, as it once carried a Fenton sticker. Perfect condition, and perfect for that single special flower.
Measuring 5" in length and 2 1/2" in height, this lovely jewelry box is embedded with the Fenton logo on the base. It has no chips or cracks, and is accented with lovely sprays of roses on the top and sides of the box. The box itself is a pink opalescent with heavy carnival glaze, and makes it difficult to say what the glass color is actually referred to, on this little beauty...
'Silvercrest' is the longest running glassware line that Fenton made. It started in the late 1930s and continued into 1999 in one shape or form. This vase was made from about the 1940's into the 1950's before the milk glass formula change. It is about 6 inches tall, DC (double crimped) ruffled top and beaded melon. There are no chips-cracks or repairs.
Beautiful vintage 1950's Fenton Art Glass Milk Glass Beaded Melon Vase with a Peach Crest " PINK" interior and clear crest edge, double crimped ruffle. Made 1950-54. Very pretty. No chips or cracks. Unmarked vintage Fenton. 6 1/2" tall x 4" wide at the bottom.
Fenton lavender satin glass swan. Hard to get a good picture of this swan showing its real color but it is lavender satin glass. This swan is very hard to find and is in excellent condition. made by Fenton in the early 1970's. No sticker.
Fenton Christmas 1985 Star of Bethlehem Musical Bell plays "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem. Signed by the artist inside on the edge 'J.K. Spindler. Stands 6-1/2" high. Wedgwood blue on white, and you can feel the snow. Perfect condition, original label. No box.
Pretty vintage Fenton bear figurine would be perfect for any anniversary. Made of a pearlescent glass with hand painted pink flowers and gold accents.Very nice coloring. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY across the front of the bear. Perfect condition. Signed by the artist on the bottom. Measures 2 3/4" tall and is 3 1/2" long. Fenton logo on the back.
Beautiful glass bud vase made by Fenton. White opalescent color in the lily of the valley pattern. No Fenton sticker or logo. this pattern was made from 1955 - 1980. This one does not have the logo so was pre 70's when they used just the stickers. Measures approx. 10 5/8" TALL X 2 3/4" diameter at the bottom. Perfect condition with no damages.
Fenton's powder blue satin glass plate is number two in this series.'Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness' is the inscription on the bottom of this plate issued January 1st 1974 for the 'General Federation of Women's Club' in celebration of our bi-centennial. There are no chips-cracks or repairs. No box. I have the other three listed to this series.
Fenton Bi-Centennial Plate #4 in Series 1776-1976 in Box This Fenton plate in antique powder blue satin glass was the fourth in a series to commemorate the bi-centennial in 1976. The front of this plate has a wreath garland around the rim, and shows the ringing of the Liberty Bell. The back says: Issued January 1, 1976. Number Four in a Series of Four. Official United States of America Bicentennial Commemorative Project of the General Federation of Women's Clubs...
A wonderful 8 1/4" Fenton Bicentennial plate. The front of this plate has George Washington kneeling in prayer. The title to this plate is "In God We Trust". These plates were issued in January 1976. The back of the plate says "Official United States Of America Bicentennial Commemorative Project Of The General Federation Of Women's Clubs". "Once declared, Independence had yet to be won...
Fenton Bi-Centennial Plate #1 in Series 1776-1976 This Fenton plate in powder blue satin glass was the first in a series to commemorate the bi-centennial in 1976. The front of this plate has a wreath garland around the rim, and shows Patrick Henry as he gave his "Give me liberty, or give me death" speech. The back says: Issued January 1, 1973. Number One in a Series of Four. Official United States of America Bicentennial Commemorative Project of the General Federation of Women's Clubs...