Fenton USA Jewelry Presents. . . Handcrafted Pendants &
Our Fenton 2015 Jewelry Collection
includes colorful Fenton
Art Glass beads
in a variety of treatments paired with
accessories to make a unique fashion statement. These
necklaces were designed by Jena Lane Blair. The hand applied
decorations on the glass were designed by Truda "TJ"
Mendenhall. All of our necklaces have a hypoallergenic and
tarnish resistant coating. Shown above are our Turtles and
Turquoise, Let Your Heart Soar and Spirit of the
Turtles and Turquoise - Waves of white opalino glass
create the perfect setting for our charming sea turtle on this
unique turquoise bead. Made in the USA, this 33" antique
pewter necklace also has Swarovski turquoise glass accents.
The word "PATHWAYS" is embossed on the reverse side of this
Let Your Heart Soar - The name says it all! This 38"
antique pewter layered chain necklace features our lovely
handcrafted Grace pendant. The word "GRACE" is embossed on the
reverse side of the pendant. A Tree of Life charm completes
Spirit of the Wolf - Truda "TJ" Mendenhall said this
design is her vision of the cry of a lone wolf. Swirls of blue
and white form the glass canvas. The word "SOLITUDE" is
embossed on the reverse side of the pendant. The 26" necklace
is accented with black onyx beads and a feather dangle charm.
The designs featured on the necklaces are also available as
handcrafted art glass pendants. Create your own look with
variety of Creative Spirit bracelets and necklaces.
Click on each image or check with your local Fenton dealer.
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Creative Spirit Collection. . .
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Reading Material. . .
Summer is here and
the Fenton Collector Clubs will soon be in town for their
annual conventions. If you have a collection of Fenton Art
Glass, these reference books will come in handy, especially if
you attend auction and estate sales and to document your
collection for insurance purposes. Or, if you want to
increase your knowledge of Fenton Art Glass and its history,
these excellent reference resources, including the Glass
Messenger (for glass made after 2000), cover the glass
made during the 100+ years of glassmaking at our Williamstown,
You may purchase a complete set or each individual book. To order,
simply click on the image(s) shown here or
click here for a complete listing.
Shown here is best deal: A set of seven
reference books for $109! The titles and a short
description for each book is listed below. This seven-book set
includes a Coffee Table book (shown below) with NINE Fenton
family member signatures. It will ship
separately from the six books as it has been pre-packaged in a
separate box. This book alone is $50 (including shipping) on
our company website! With 176 pages, this hardback book (11''
x 11'') contains exquisite color photos of the 100 very best
Fenton products from our earliest days to the present. Members
of the Fenton family chose the pieces to be included in the
book. Definitely a family keepsake!
This seven-book set is just
$109.00 and ships to
you FREE via the U.S. Postal Service!
What a savings! These reference books are also
available as a
six-book set - without the Coffee Table book - for
Fenton Glass: The First 25 Years (William Heacock)
originally $29.95 This book
covers the founding of the company in 1905 to early catalog
reprints and the Depression Years through 1932. Included is a
Fenton Glass Carnival Pattern Guide and
a listing of the colors Fenton made in Carnival glass. Also
covered: Chocolate Glass, Fenton Opalescent, Animals, Karnak
Red Art Glass, Stretch Glass, and more!
Fenton Glass: The Second 25 Years (Heacock), originally
Topics covered include the Depression years, catalog reprints,
major Fenton product lines and the leadership change in 1948.
Colors illustrated include: Mandarin Red and Flame; Mongolian
Green; Periwinkle Blue; Ebony; Jade Green; Chinese Yellow;
Ruby; Royal Blue; Ming and San Toy; Rose; Amber; Satin
Poinsettia and Silverton.
Fenton Glass: The Third 25 Years (Heacock, Edited by Frank
M. Fenton and James Measell) originally $29.95
This book provides the Fenton Art
Glass Company company history from 1956 through 1980, catalog
reprints, ware numbers, and color codes. The book illustrates
many patterns and items most likely to be encountered by
today's Fenton collectors. Among the patterns illustrated are:
Cactus, Coin Dot, Hobnail, and Rose. Colors shown in this book
include: Opalescent glass in Cranberry, Plum and Topaz;
Overlay and Opaque colors; Burmese; Vasa Murrhina; and Jonquil
Yellow. Also illustrated are Bicentennial Glass and Robert
Barber Art Glass pieces.
Fenton Glass: The 1980s Decade (Edited by James Measell)
Chapters in this book trace the changes and developments in
both the people and the products of the Fenton Art Glass
Company throughout the 1980s. Other elements of the Fenton
story, ranging from collectible glass (Connoisseur Collection
and Mother's Day and Christmas editions) and special products
to Fenton's diversification ventures (QVC), are the focus in
later chapters of the book.
Fenton Glass: The 1990s Decade (Measell) originally $34.95
The 1990s Decade covers the following topics: Company Growth
1990-1999; The Fenton line; Historic Collection colors;
Connoisseur Collection; Family Signature Series; Easter and
Christmas Limited Editions; Carnival Glass; Special Products;
and Fenton and QVC. Colors covered include Cranberry,
Mulberry, Sea Mist Green, Jade Opaline, Petal Pink, Twilight
Blue, Milk Glass, Plum, Rose Magnolia, Misty Blue, Aquamarine,
Dusty Rose, and more.
Fenton Glass: Especially for QVC (Measell) originally
This book catalogs the history
of glass produced exclusively for QVC, from the first show in
spring of 1988 through Bill Fenton's retirement show and the
introduction of the 2002 Charleton Collection, through August
2002. More than 1350 items are shown.