Indiana reissued the old Federal glass company pattern of Madrid, calling it "Recollection" after 1976. (That's a mouthful saying that it's a reproduction.) I have a pair of hurricane candlesticks in mint condition.
Once in a while, Fenton would keep the "bell" on the bottom of its items when pressed. The animal is usually lopped off at the top of the bell and then ground flat. This green bird is 5" tall and the bell is 4" wide. In mint condition.
In 1986, Fenton issued this Teal and Milk Overlay top hat basket. As part of the limited issue Connoisseur Collection, it is number 222 of 1500 made. Stands about 7" tall and does have some wear concerning the gold leaves, otherwise in excellent condition. Handpainted by Linda Everson.