Nice examples of early Fenton Glass. These Green Opalescent bowls in the Waterlily and Cattails pattern were made circa 1908. The bright green color is accented with a fiery opalescence on the scalloped edges and the tips of the waterlilies.
They measure 5 1/2 inches..
Beautiful Blue Opalescent Tri-Corner Vase in the Jefferson Stripe pattern by Jefferson Glass Company of Steubenville Ohio from 1900-1906.
This vase has vertical stripes which swirl slightly running from the bottom until about 1 inch from the top rim. There it is solid..
Beautiful antique whimsey bowl in the Daisy and Plume pattern from Dugan Glass Company.
This white opalescent footed bowl is flared with 8 gentle scallops. It has a beautiful white opalescence on the edges and is clear in the center. The pattern con..
Beautiful Green Overlay Tophat Vase from Fenton Art Glass. #1924, this vase was made from 1949-1951. Green overlay has a dark green outer layer of glass and an opal interior layer, combined to make a beautiful medium green.
It is 3 1/2 inches tall and 4 1..
Beautiful Blue Opalescent Jack in the Pulpit (JIP) Vase from Fenton Glass Company. This vase has an embossed pattern of grapes and leaves. It is a transparent ice blue on the base with a nice rich opalescence on the rim. It is marked on the bottom with t..
Fenton Glass Coin Dot Cranberry Opalescent Jug or Pitcher with Ice Lip. This is Fenton's ware number 1353. The 70 ounce pitcher was first produced in 1947 and was discontinued in 1952.
Coin Dot is often confused with Coin Spot. The Coin Dot pattern has colored ..
Fenton Glass Coin Dot Cranberry Opalescent Vase with a Ruffled and Crimped rim. This is Fenton's ware number 1458CR. This stunning vase was first produced in 1947 and discontinued in 1962.
Coin Dot is often confused with Coin Spot. The Coin Dot pattern has colo..
Fenton Fern Pattern Cranberry Opalescent tall Creamer Pitcher or Jug in the Fern Pattern. This hard to find pitcher was introduced into the regular Fenton line in 1992 and shown as discontinued in the 1993 catalog.
This differs from the Daisy and Fern (or Fern ..
Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Hobnail Vase with a Tri-Crimped Rim. This 5 1/2 inch vase is a very light cranberry and has a 3 lobed triangular crimped rim. It is in good condition with no chips, cracks or stains.
Outstanding Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Bon Bon in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or damage of any kind. This stunning art glass bowl was produced from 1940-1956 and is one of the most popular Fenton colors collected today.
A little larger than the other..
This Cranberry Opalescent Spiral Optic Vase would indeed be fitting for a special bouquet of roses or other flowers. It was introduced in 1950 and discontinued in 1960.
It is 5 1/4 inches tall and about 6 inches across. It is in good condition with ..
Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Spiral Optic #1922 9 inch Tophat Vase.
Beautiful Top Hat vase from Fenton Art Glass Company, produced from 1938 - 1940. It is 6 1/4 inches tall and 8 7/8 inches at the widest point. It is 7 1/2 inches side-to-side and 5 inches across..
Pretty little swirled optic top-hat vase from Fenton Glass, circa 1939. This French Opalescent vase has stripes of crystal clear glass and fiery white opalescence.
It is 3 inches tall. The brim of the hat is 4 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches wide. It is in good condition with no ..