Fenton Gift Shop Presents. . .
NEW Limited Edition Handcrafted Glass!
The Fenton Gift Shop is pleased to offer these
latest Limited Editions, designed and handpainted by
award-winning Fenton Art Glass designers, Kim Barley and
Fans of the Fenton Bear Figurines will want to
add this adorable Opal Satin pair to their collection!
PLEASE NOTE: Just eight
"bear pair" figurines will be available! Handpainted,
signed and dated by
Kim Barley, each set is $130 and includes one fireman
bear and one policeman bear.
The "Daisies and Cat" Chessie Box is
sure to please glass collectors and cat enthusiasts!
Handpainted, signed and dated by Frances Burton, this Chessie
Box was made exclusively for the Fenton Gift Shop by our
friends at Mosser Glass in Buttercream glass, using a Fenton
mould. Each Chessie Box is $225.00.
Pre-orders for the Limited Edition Bear
Pair and Chessie Box will be accepted until midnight (ET)
on Monday, May 18th, 2015.
Shown below are two lovely pieces that will
create an elegant tabletop display.
The Buttercream Rose Bowl with stand was
handcrafted by Mosser Glass, using a Fenton mould. This Rose
Bowl features a colorful handpainted vining floral design by
Kim Barley that encircles the entire piece. Each Rose Bowl
is $185 and will be signed and dated by Kim. The antique
brass stand is included.
elegant Amphora is $210 (includes antique brass stand) and
has a lovely airbrushed and handpainted peach floral design by
Frances Burton. Handcrafted in Opal Satin glass by our friends
at Davis-Lynch Glass, each Amphora will be signed and dated
Pre-orders for the Rose Bowl and Amphora
Limited Editions will be accepted until midnight (ET)
Wednesday, May 20th, 2015.
Please call Fenton Gift Shop:
ext. 342 or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also request to
have your email added to a mailing list in order to receive
future notifications of limited editions as they become
available. Fenton Gift Shop is open Wednesday,
and Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. ET. and closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Frequent Buyer Program. . .
Earn YOUR Free Limited Edition Bead!
Here's your opportunity to receive
a beautiful limited edition bead absolutely FREE!
ten beads from any authorized Fenton jewelry dealer or
from our website: www.fentonartglass.com and you'll qualify for a bonus
for details! Our current offerings are the Gracie (decorated)
and Mikayla (Vasa Murrhina) beads shown at right.
Click here to view our
handcrafted art glass beads. NOTE: If you have purchased ten beads, let us know
if we haven't notified you. . . please send us an email at
email@example.com and put Frequent Buyer
Qualifier in the subject line.
Designs for Beads. . .
We've received many requests for specially designed beads.
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,
call for details at
800-933-6766, ext. 209.
Shown at left are two views of the Dresden Basket Bead, a custom design for
Charm of Dresden,
located in Zanesville, Ohio. Please contact the store for
details: (866) 283-7605.
to view 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 list
Please contact the retailer or organization listed beside
each Custom Design bead and be sure to say you saw it mentioned in the Fenton
Fenton eBay Auctions. . .
to own a unique, rare, one-of-a-kind
creation, through our weekly eBay Auctions!
Items featured this week. . .
Shown at left are three unique items sure to please
collectors! The Lotus Mist Burmese Tumble-Up is
handpainted by Frances Burton with a one-of-a-kind roses
and butterflies decoration. This Tumble-Up was made with
historic moulds from the 1920s. A real treasure for
Burmese glass collectors!
Also offered is a rare comport in the
pattern known to Carnival glass collectors as the
"Peacock Tail Variant" dating from 1910-11.
Last but not least, here's a rare
opportunity to acquire a tool actually used by a skilled
glassworker to produce handmade glass here at the
factory in Williamstown, WV. These "Presser's Shears"
were used to cut the gob of molten glass so that the
right amount could be allowed to drop into the mould.
This tool has an "F" written on it to identify it as a
tool from Fenton. This Fenton eBay auction ends at noon (ET) on Wednesday, May