Fenton made this New Mosaic vase as part of the 2006 Connoisseur Collection. It is in mint condition, stands 8.5" tall, and is #389/1250.
Fenton made this French Royale Swirl Connoisseur Collection Vase in the 1980's. The vase is about 7.5" tall and 8" at its widest. In mint condition with paper certificate. Numbered: 66 of 1,000 made.
Fenton made this hand-painted Spiral Optic 10" Vase in the 1980's. It is in mint condition.
This pair of matched crimped and non-crimped 7" jacks made of black rose burmese were privately painted for Joyce Colella. Each one is numbered and signed on the bottom as shown in the accompanying photos. Sold as a pair!
Dave Fetty, a premier glassmaster for Fenton used the feathering feature often associated with Art Nouveau. This 7" jack vase, cased in milkglass with pulled black feathering has a rainbow of subtle tones embedded in the piece. Look closely -- it's there along with the green. In mint condition and originally purchased in "The Upper Room" at the Fenton factory during convention time (for those who know about the room -- Items could only be purchased by convention-goers)...
Fenton made this Black vase as part of their Family Signature Series, 8" tall. It is in mint condition. Made in 1997, designed by Jon Saffell, hand-painted by K. Brightbill. It is called the Medallion Collection Vase and comes with paper certificate. It was in production for only 4 months.
This Fenton Rosalene 5-pc. Epergne is highly sought after. Made as part of the 1990 Connoisseur Collection, it is in mint condition. Stands 13" tall and is 11" at its widest. Numbered: 487/2000. (For collectors info, Fenton probably did not made all 2000. The problem was that Rosalene is very acidic in the molten state causing the glass to eat through the copper pots.) The bowl is the largest/heaviest size made. Fenton later only made smaller items when using Rosalene.
Fenton made this Topaz (vaseline opalescent) 4-horn Epergne in 1997 as part of their Historic Collection. This 5-part epergne is 13" tall and 11" at its widest. In mint condition.
Vandermark Fan Vase made in 1984, series #1503, and in mint condition. Signed by the artist. Vase stands 13" tall and at the widest is 8.5". Vandermark's philosophy was to compete with the old Tiffany art nouveau line. He was very successful!
This item is considered a "fan" -- an item used to block a view. Made by Vandermark in 1984, series #1503, and in mint condition. Signed by the artist. Vandermark's philosophy was to compete with the old Tiffany art nouveau line. He was very successful! This fan is 16" tall, 9.5" at its widest.
Vandermark studios made this hanging heart perfume in the 1980's. Signed and in mint condition. Vandermark's philosophy was to compete with the old Tiffany art nouveau line. He was very successful!
Here's one for Mother's Day: A Fenton dusty rose mini bell with "Mother" hand-painted on it. It is a mini bell, 5" tall and in mint condition.
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