forget about our Frequent Buyer Program for Beads. . .
Here's your chance to receive
a beautiful limited edition bead absolutely FREE! Simply
purchase ten beads from an authorized Fenton jewelry dealer or
online from our website: www.fentonartlgass.com and you'll qualify for a bonus
Click here to view our
Fenton USA Jewelry collection.
Sterling silver earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and/or pendants
are perfect "add-ons" for any Fenton bead...
click here to view our line of sterling silver
Fenton Custom Designs for Beads. . .
We've received many requests for specially designed beads. Most
of these designs
are exclusive to one retailer or organization, so we can
not sell them on our website.
If your group or store is interested in a custom designed bead,
please call us for details at
1-800-933-6766, ext. 209.
Click here to view the complete list of custom designed
beads with contact info for the retailers or organization from whom you may
purchase them. Be sure to check back as we will be updating this
Please contact the
retailer or organization listed beside each Custom Design bead. . .
and be sure to say you saw it
mentioned in the Fenton
Museum Auction Scheduled for April 26. . .
From the Fenton Museum, a great selection of
550 lots of glass that has been on display! Please
for a link to Randy Clark's Dexter City Auction Gallery and
click on the link for current auctions. Auction begins at
10 a.m. (Eastern Time).
Fenton Art Glass from all eras of the Fenton
factory history: early opalescent; early Carnival glass and
lots of Carnival examples from the 1970s; rare offhand pieces
from the mid-1920s (Antique Green, Mosaic Inlaid, Karnak Red,
and Turquoise); stretch glass (Celeste Blue, Florentine Green,
Persian Pearl, Tangerine, Topaz, Wisteria, etc.) and popular
iridescent (Grecian Gold), opalescent, opaque (Chinese Yellow,
Mandarin Red, Mongolian Green, Periwinkle Blue, etc.) and
transparent colors and patterns from the 1920s-30s as well as
acid etched pieces; Cranberry, Cranberry Opalescent, and
crested pieces from the 1940s-50s-60s (Aqua Crest, Black
Crest, Gold Crest, Emerald Crest, Ivory Crest, Peach Crest,
etc.); rare Robert Barber items; Vasa Murrhina samples; and
many hand painted pieces (including samples, lamps, plates,
and other one-of-a-kind pieces) by Louise Piper, Michael
Dickinson, Susan Bryan, Diane Johnson, Robin Spindler, Linda
Everson, Kim Barley, and Michelle Kibbe. Limited editions and
samples in Burmese, Favrene, Rosalene, Royal Purple, and Lotus
Mist Burmese, including Connoisseur Collection and Glass
Messenger Exclusives. Items made for QVC in the 1980s-1990s.
Pieces made by Dave Fetty and Frank Workman. Artist proof vase
by cameo artists Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp.
Founded in 1905, the
Fenton Art Glass Co. began making glass in Williamstown on
January 2, 1907. Traditional glass production ceased in July
2011. The company continues today handcrafting art glass glass
jewelry using many of the techniques, colors and treatments
associated with Fenton Art Glass. There are currently 20
employees working to create and sell the jewelry collection
www.fentonartglass.com to see the 2014 collection!). The
Fenton Gift Shop remains open, and its hours of operation for
April 2014 are listed above.