Fenton created this limited edition water pitcher for the 75th Birthday of Bill Fenton and it is signed by him (as seen on the second photo). Very collectible! Made around the year 2000, this pitcher is about 6.5" tall and is in mint condition.
This Fenton Pink hand-painted, diamond optic bell with butterfly is in mint condition. It is 7" tall and also has the Fenton logo embossed at the bottom of the handle. Made in 1983-84.
Fenton made Country Cranberry items from 1983 til 1999. This 4.75" Caprice pattern vase is in mint condition. This vase is made from the original Caprice molds from the Cambridge Glass Company.
Fenton white Carnival Hobnail Toothpick, or Votive, is ice-blue in color. And it does have the Fenton logo embossed on the bottom side. Stands 2-3/4" tall and is in mint condition.
The Fenton Blue Burmese Daisy and Button Bell was produced from 1983-85. This item is in mint condition.
Double gourd shaped pinch-waist glass vase in purple and white marble glass. The vase stands 6 1/2 inches (16.5 cm) tall and is 3 1/2 inches (8.9 cm) in diameter. Black Carlo Moretti label to base. Circa 1980
Indiana Tiara Red Sandwich Basket was made before the year 2000. It is 9.75" tall and about 5" at its widest (at the handle). It is in mint condition.
Mosser Green Irridized Dahlia Tumbler measures 4" tall. In mint condition. Sorry, but only one available.
Fenton's Champagne Pink, lightly irridized, 8" leaf tray is in mint condition. Produced after the year 2000, it does have the logo on the underside.
The magazine, "Glass Review" started publication in 1971. If you are missing any, there is a limited amount of issues which can be purchased for $5.00 each. Here is a list of available issues: Vol. 9 No. 4, Vol. 10 No. 1, Vol. 11 No. 5, 8, 9, 10, Vol. 12 No. 6, Vol. 13 No. 6, Vol. 13 No. 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, Vol. 15 No. 2, 4, 8, 11, Vol. 16 No...
Fenton made this highly popular bell for it's 100th year (2005). Known as the Atlantis Bell, it still has the original silver label and is in mint condition.
This Dancing Ladies vase in Royal Blue (cobalt) with Snow Crest was made in 2011 -- the last year of Fenton production. Dancing Ladies is an old mold standing 7" tall and 5.5" across the top. The Ladies' image is that of Isadore Duncan, a modern dancer from the 1920's. In mint condition.
Fenton's Rosalene is a heat-sensitive formula. Light pink and when refired, it blushes a rosier pink shade. This 8" vase is hard to find. In perfect condition, matte finish (satin).
Fenton Pearlized Pink Butterfly made in the early 2000's. Measures 4" x 3.5". In mint condition.
Fenton made a series of these sitting bears with a different colored heart for each month. This one with a green heart is for the month of May. It has the original label and tag stating "May." In mint condition, standing 3.5" tall.
Fenton reintroduced this pattern for their 100th Anniversary in 2005. It was never before pressed in red carnival. Measures 4" tall, has logo on bottom, in mint condition. 3 are available.
3 1/2" High x 3 1/2" long this Pink Elephant was made buy the Fenton Art Glass Company of Williamstown, West Virginia. circa-2005. Stock # 5136.
A 2 1/2" x 2 3/4" White Lamb made buy the Fenton Art Glass Company of Williamstown, West Virginia. The Lamb has hand painted Green Shamrock Decorations. Original Fenton Label and Price Sticker on the bottom.