Presents . . . Four Seasons Baroque Bowl
by Award-Winning Fenton Designer J.K. ''Robin'' Spindler
Our handcrafted 12'' diameter Baroque Bowl in Shell Pink features
a lovely handpainted seasonal
design by award-winning Fenton designer J.K. ''Robin'' Spindler.
Shown at right
is the Fall design.
If you love Robin's work, then you'll
enjoy the different Four Seasons theme on these Baroque Bowls.
Click here to learn more about Robin.
have a limited quantity of these Baroque Bowls and Robin's created
a unique design for each season: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter.
The scene on each bowl includes a small pond along with a
small boat or sled appropriate to the season. The word Fenton
is handpainted on each rowboat and on the sled.
handpainted her signature, Fenton USA
and the appropriate number
(16 of 25, 17 of 25 etc.) on each Baroque Bowl as shown in this
photo. Handpainted as Internet Specials, just 25 of each
Four Seasons bowl are available . . . offered While
Click on the links below to view all of the Four Seasons
I6016SLH3 Fall, $199.00,
I6016SLH4 Winter, $199.00
I6016SLH1 Spring, $199.00
I6016SLH2 Summer, $199.00
Reference Materials. . . While Supplies Last
FG947 - $20 -
Fenton Glass Especially for QVC
FG974 - $45 -
100th Anniversary Coffee Table Book
Includes signatures of nine
Fenton family members
Originally $100, Now $45
IG2005 - $5 -
Fenton Glass 2005 General Catalog
100th Anniversary Edition
Fenton Birds and the Bee Handpainted Made in America Glass
Beads. . .
These handpainted beads
are $45 each. All Fenton handpainted beads are initialed by
Home Sweet Home
Special Bell Offering from the Fenton Gift Shop. . .
7'' Portrait Bell
Green Opalescent Iridized
7'' Portrait Bell
Green Opalescent Satin
7'' Portrait Bell
During the past 25+ years, the Special Orders Department at Fenton
Art Glass produced a wide variety
of souvenir or commemorative items.
We recently found small
quantities of very
interesting bells and are pleased to offer these for sale at the
special price of $50 each through
the Fenton Gift Shop. These
bells would definitely be a unique addition to a Bell or
Carnival Glass collection! Shown
here are three bells
handcrafted in the
Circle Scroll pattern
that were produced
as Special Orders.
The Iridized Green Opalescent Circle Scroll Bell features portraits
of Frank L. Fenton and
John W. Fenton as well as
this lettering: "FAGCA 1991" and a small butterfly. These men
founded Fenton Art Glass in
1905 and worked together in Williamstown after 1907 until John
founded the Millersburg
Glass Co in Millersburg, Ohio, in 1909. The Green Opalescent
(non-iridized) Circle Scroll Bell features a portrait of Frank L.
Fenton and the lettering "Good Luck 1986 HOACGA".
The Marigold Carnival Bell
features a portrait of Edward
Muhleman on the front and ''Good Luck 1988 HOACGA" and was
produced as a special order for the
Heart of America Carnival Glass
Edward Muhleman was
associated with the Imperial Glass Co. in Bellaire, Ohio, during
the early 20th century.
His niece, Lillian Muhleman, married Fenton Art Glass Company co-founder, Frank L.
Fenton. These bells are very limited in quantity and are being
offered while supplies last.
Fenton Dealer Locator
Can't find it online? Contact your
local Fenton dealer! Authorized Fenton dealers still have large
selections of Fenton glass available with new pieces from our
remaining factory inventory recently shipped.
here to find a Fenton
dealer near you!
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