from Fenton Gift Shop. . .
We are pleased to offer new
Limited Edition selections for pre-orders. Each piece features
a hand painted design and will be signed, numbered and dated by one
of our talented designers. These Limited Edition pieces were
handcrafted by Mosser
Glass, using a Fenton mould, exclusively for the Fenton Gift
Autumn season has arrived in several areas of the country,
but you'll be thinking "Spring is in the
air" with this lovely "Chickadee on Thistle" hand painted
design by Michelle Kibbe on our 11" Opal Satin Alley Cat.
Michelle created a soft pastel lavender
background with beautifully detailed floral accents. A purple
Thistle, Black-eyed Susan and Primrose adorn
the back side of this figurine. The front design includes a
chickadee perched on a thistle and a rosebud garland encircles
the figurine. Each Chickadee on Thistle Alley Cat is
Michelle Kibbe created a cute "Vampire" design for the face of
this 5" Opal Satin Stylized Cat. Note the polka dotted orange
face mask, pink toned ears, purple bowtie and white "fangs"!
Michelle added two black kitty cat companions, moon and star
accents and a smiling pumpkin for Halloween cat treats! Each
Trick or Treat Vampire Stylized Cat Figurine is $90.
Below: This 6.75" Opal Satin Witch
figurine sports a cute "Friendly Ghost" on the front of her
gown with a border featuring haunted houses, scraggly trees
and pumpkins with a toothy grin. Designed by Michelle Kibbe,
this is a "must have" for Halloween enthusiasts! Each
Friendly Ghost Witch Figurine is $120.
Pre-orders for the Chickadee on Thistle Alley Cat,
Trick or Treat Vampire Stylized Cat Figurine and
The Friendly Ghost Witch Figurine will be
accepted until midnight (ET) on Monday, October 2, 2017. To
place your pre-order for any of these limited editions, please
call the Fenton Gift Shop: 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or send us
and include the names of the items you want to purchase in
the subject line as well as your full name and daytime phone
number so we may follow-up on your order. You may also request that we add your name to our
mailing list to receive news about future Limited Edition
Robin Spindler's "Flying High" design on this
10.75" Opal Satin Vase is sure to bring back memories of a
favorite childhood pastime. Robin's hand painted design
features a young girl flying a colorful kite with her faithful
puppy companion following closely behind. Each Flying High
Vase is $150.
The front of this 5.5" tall Opal Satin Owl Figurine
provided an ideal canvas for Michelle Kibbe's "Amazing
Autumn" hand painted design. She created a
landscape with seasonal flowers and leaves, wagon wheel,
pumpkins, and a brown squirrel perched on a fencepost holding
a prized treat. Note the expressive eyes! Each Amazing Autumn
Owl Figurine is $95.
Dressed in their holiday finery, this pair of
"Ho Ho Ho" Mice is ready to celebrate Christmas! Kim Barley's
hand painted whimsical details for each 2.5" Opal Satin
figurine are delightful. . . from the Christmas Tree and hand
lettered Ho Ho Ho on the ears to the brown puppy
slippers and the adorable toothy grins! Each Ho Ho Ho
Pair is $140.
Pre-orders for the Limited Edition
Flying High Vase, Amazing Autumn
Owl Figurine and Ho Ho Ho Mice Figurine
Pair will be accepted until midnight
(ET) on Wednesday, October 4, 2017.
To place your pre-order, please call the Fenton Gift Shop:
1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email:
email@example.com and include the
names of the items you want to purchase in the subject line as
well as your full name and daytime phone number.
Now available from Fenton Gift Shop!
Fenton Gift Shop is located in a small strip
mall on Route 14 in Boaz, just five minutes from Williamstown
at 2242 Williams Highway, Suite 108. Info: 304-375-7772 or
Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (ET)
Stop by and see what's new at Fenton
NOW AVAILABLE! Great gift idea or
treat yourself with our handcrafted Opal Satin 3" diameter
Ringholder in the Daisy & Button pattern. Michelle Kibbe's
design features hand painted delicate pink rosebuds and
she will initial each Ringholder. This Ringholder is $37
postage paid with shipping via USPS. Make check payable to
Fenton Gift Shop, 2242 Williams Hwy., #108, Williamstown,
WV 26187 or stop by the Fenton Gift Shop in Boaz and pay
$30 for in-store pickup!
Fenton Art Glass Mould Information.
mentioned in previous newsletters, the Fenton Gift Shop
has offered about 10,000 moulds for sale. The link below will take you to an Excel
spreadsheet that lists all of the moulds in numerical
order from the Fenton record system. The spreadsheet lists
the moulds in numerical order (column A) as recorded in
the Fenton system. Information in other columns will help
you. Columns D and K provide brief descriptions of each
mould. When known, the previous owner of a mould is listed
in column Q. Fenton historian James Measell traced the
histories of many moulds, and his comments are in columns
S and T. The current status of any moulds sold (or
promised) to a particular purchaser is noted in column U.
The prices for moulds are in column M. This Excel file is
you can use your search terms to try to
find particular moulds.
Link for Mould listing:
links below will take you to files with the Fenton mould
pictures including crimps and optic moulds.
These color photos of the moulds are in the same numerical
order as column A in the Excel spreadsheet. View these
photos on your computer and keep the Excel spreadsheet at
hand simultaneously. Please note: the Excel spreadsheet
will be updated from time to time as moulds are sold or
promised to purchasers.
Fenton Art Glass eBay Auctions. . .
Here's an opportunity
to own a beautiful
glass creation or an item from Fenton's history through our weekly
eBay auctions. This auction ends at noon (ET) on Wednesday,
Items featured this week. . .
With classic Fenton Burmese glass for her
canvas, Fenton artist Michelle Kibbe designed and hand painted
this splendid one-of-a-kind vase (8.5" tall). The graceful
shape of the vase provided ample room for "1, 2, 3 ... count
them … 5 adorable sleepy kitties! Each kitten is colorful and
perfectly detailed, as Michelle's extraordinary hand painting
and skills are shown to perfection. Note the "paw prints" that
encircle the vase at top and bottom. Burmese glass contains
pure gold, and careful reheating techniques by Fenton
glassworkers create the distinctive pink blush that collectors
Here's a great opportunity to acquire a rainbow of Fenton Art
Glass colors. These 17 glass objects (2.5" diameter) are
"color test disks." When molten glass is being readied for a
day's work or a new color is being made, Fenton chemists would
gather just the right amount of glass and employ this metal
former (8.5" long) or a similar tool to create a color
test disk. The procedure was often carried out in the early
morning hours so that adjustments could be made as needed. The
light green disk in this assortment is dated 1962, and most of
the rest of the disks have paper stickers or writing in black
marker (some of these are quite legible but others are not).
You'll see various shades of blue as well as green, orange, pink, ruby, etc. etc. Insofar as we can tell, these glass
disks come from the 1960s-1990s time frame. One disk is dated
3-15-07. These color glass disks were stored in our glass
technology research area, and we're please to make this
Made by Fenton about 1997, this fabulous Cranberry Opalescent
Coin Dot pitcher stands 9.75" tall (measured to the very top
of the handle). Note the especially rich cranberry color on
the interior of the pitcher and the extraordinarily graceful
shape of the ribbed opalescent handle. The "saddle crimp"
style is a real tribute to the skills of Fenton glassworkers.
The Coin Dot pattern was first developed by Fenton Art Glass
in the 1940s, and Cranberry Opalescent examples of Coin Dot
soon became favorites among collectors nationwide. This copper
printing plate was used in the printing of a Fenton catalog
more than half a century ago! The copper plate measures 5.25"
x 6.5" and the wood block is 7.5" x 7.75". The Coin Dot pieces
depicted were in the Fenton line about 1947 to 1952. The
copper plate has been cleaned, but it does have some light
scratches on its surface.
This auction ends at noon (ET) on Wednesday, October 4.