Fenton Art Glass
Offers Exclusive to Benefit ALS. Research Funds Raised Will Help Find Cure
for Lou Gehrig's Disease.
WV). Fenton Art Glass announces the creation of a new Vase that
will help fund research for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease).
The Silken Sand Vase is available for sale through Fenton retail
partners for all consumers and collectors. The exclusive piece,
handpainted with a delicate floral motif called "Daisy Blue," was
designed specifically for the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Associates (ALS Association) by award-winning Fenton artist Kim Barley.
A portion of sales from the Silken Sand Vase will be contributed
directly to ALS Association. The Vase will be produced throughout 2006. Each
Vase is inscribed with the signatures of nine Fenton family
members and bears the ALS Association logo.
or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a progressive neuro-degenerative
disease that attacks nerve cells and pathways in the brain and
spinal cord. There is no known cure for ALS.
The Fenton Foundation of the Fenton Art Glass Company has been
providing philanthropic support for over 50 years. In 2004, the
Fenton Foundation selected ALS Association as its national partner. ALS Association was
chosen because of the Fenton family's direct experiences with this
To own the 9" handcrafted "Daisy Blue" on Silken Sand Vase, please
contact your local dealer or visit
Creating spectacular colored art glass for a century, Fenton Art
Glass Company represents American handcrafted glass artistry.
Located in Williamstown, WV, Fenton is known for its wide range of
colors, handpainting and handcrafting. For four generations,
Fenton family members have remained active in the business and are
proud to continue an American glassmaking tradition begun in 1905.
Call 800/933-6766 for more information or visit
For more information about ALS and The ALS Association, visit
www.alsa.org or call 1-800-782-4747.