Fenton Cranberry Caprice Basket, 7" made in the 1990's (estimated). It is in mint condition. Any questions, please ask.
Fenton Blue/Green hand-painted Mini Bell was made in the 1980's. It does have a logo and is about 4.4" tall. Artist signature: D. Cutsha.
American is a Fostoria pattern, but the company White Hall reproduced this Covered Candy. It stands, with cover on, 7" tall. In mint condition.
This Fenton Candy Box showing a Madonna relief in a medallion is in mint condition. Made sometime between 1970-83, it stands 8.5" tall with cover. It uses the "old formula Carnival" finish, glass is black amethyst.
This Pink irridized Heart Box hand-painted is in mint condition. Made in the 2000-2010 period (relatively new) -- but what a beauty! This box measures 9" long and about 7.25" wide x 2" thick. The lid is hand-painted on both sides! Looking at this combination, the "relief" top shows dew-like impressions of color. Of course, this is in mint condition. Original paper label on the inside.
Fenton made this simple 6" Cased Pink Vase in the 1980's. It is in mint condition.
Fenton made this stretched Tulip, Fine Dot Vase, from 1988-1990. It stands almost 11" tall. In mint condition. The color is called Blue Royale.
This Green Carnival Temple Bell was made in the 1990's(?). It is 7" tall and in mint condition.
Fenton made this stretched Tulip, Fine Dot Vase, in 1990-91. It stands almost 12" tall. In mint condition. The color is a blend of Gold Ruby and Azure Blue skillfully combined to bring you an exciting lavender glass which shades to a lustrous cranberry edge. (How about that!) Does have the logo on the bottom.
Fenton made this Dusty Rose Hobnail Slipper in the 1980's. It is in mint condition, measuring 5.5" long.
Art glass maker James Stone practices his craft in San Diego where he works in the tradition of the Venetian glass makers. This fully hand made frog is one of his creatures which is made of green translucent glass speckled with yellow spots on the top and heavy white spots underneath. The vivid blue feet add extra interest to this fine frog. If you need a little happiness or fun, this frog will do the trick.
It is in excellent condition and signed by the artist.
Dimension: 5 1/4" l
The logo on the bottom of this 11" Cased Dusty Rose Vase is there but not readable. This Spiral Optic Vase is in mint condition.
Fenton Spring Green Daisy & Button Boot is about 4" tall and in mint condition. Logo embossed on the bottom.
Fenton Sand-Carved 15" Bowl made in the early 2000's. Designed by Martha Reynolds and Richard Delaney. Very few were made. This one is number 13 of 500 made! In mint condition. Made from cased milkglass and red glass. The red glass is sand-carved away to reveal the underlying milkglass or just sanded away to a thin venear, creating a multi-level layer of color. Originally, the price tag said $390.00. Please, feel free to ask any questions.
George Ableman made this vase in 1987. The base glass is plum with a carnival finish and a dripping of a silverish lacing of more carnival. Signed, 9" tall and in mint condition. Stunning!
Fenton 3-Paneled Feathered Vase, 9.5" tall. This vase is cased blue, in mint condition.
Fenton made this Plum Iridized Sand Carved w/Gold Leaves 9" Vase in 1993 on plum glass. It is in mint condition. Designed by Martha Reynolds, signed by George Fenton and is number 47/950. It is first iridized, then the background is sand carved away leaving the outline of leaves remaining.
Fenton made this Covered Temple Jar with black cover and stand (3 pieces total) in 2000. It is 10" tall and in mint condition.