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February 9, 2018

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Fenton Art Glass Presents February Specials . . . 

We celebrate the month of February with online specials on the remaining inventory of Fenton's handcrafted jewelry. These items are available while supplies last. SPECIAL NOTE: All orders placed will ship on February 18th. Orders above $50 will receive free shipping via USPS. We will be sure to calculate any shipping charges correctly. A $3.50 shipping charge will be added to all orders $50 and under.


These categories include the remaining inventory of items available from the Fenton Art Glass Company and are available while supplies last. In many cases there may be just one or two of an item. Orders must be ordered via our web site: in order to receive the current online discount. Choose from the items and category links below.

NEW Limited Editions 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, with the exception of the Fairy Light Lighthouse, were handcrafted by Mosser Glass, using the Fenton moulds, exclusively for the Fenton Gift Shop.

Michelle Kibbe celebrates the signs of Spring's arrival with her hand painted design on our 11" Opal Satin Alley Cat. Note the vibrant hand woven brown baskets, colorful flowers and baby chicks encircling this figurine. Michelle created a wonderful expression with large brown eyes on the face. Each Basket Chicks Alley Cat is $225.

Cast a warm and welcome light in any room with our 8" Lighthouse Fairy Light. Robin Spindler created a marvelous underwater scene which includes a sunken ship, a treasure chest, vivid coral, and stylized Angel fish. Seashells and starfish decorate the sea floor. This Lighthouse was handcrafted in Opal Satin glass (base) and crystal (top) at Fenton Collectibles using the Fenton Art Glass moulds that were not used for production before glassmaking halted at Fenton in 2011. The hand painted details are meticulous and a tribute to her talent. Robin added gemstone accents that resemble pearls.
Each Under The Sea Lighthouse Fairy Light is $130.

Fenton Gift Shop Calendar Bear Collection!
Our adorable 3.5" Opal Satin Sitting Bear figurine makes the perfect gift to celebrate a birthday, birth of a child, anniversary or other special occasion or. . . treat yourself!


Kim Barley finished each Opal Satin Bear in natural brown tones with lovely hand painted flowers designating each month. Note the wonderful wide-eyed expression on the face! The January Bear has a pink carnation and the February Bear features violets. Kim also hand lettered the name of each month. Shown at right are the March and April Calendar Bear figurines. March has a lovely Daffodil and April has Lilacs. You can also still order the January and February Calendar Bear Figurines. Each Calendar Bear Figurine is $55. Please specify the month and quantity for each figurine when you place your pre-order. Watch this newsletter for new additions to our Calendar Bear Collection. 


Pre-orders for the Basket Chicks Alley Cat, Under The Sea Lighthouse Fairy Light and the March and April Calendar Bear Figurines will be accepted until midnight (ET) on Monday, February 12, 2018. To place your pre-order, please call Fenton Gift Shop: 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email: 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. You may also request that we add your email address to our mailing list for future Limited Edition specials!

Our 10.75" Opal Satin Vase with Michelle Kibbe's lovely Spring scene of "Bunnies 'n Daffodils" will make a lovely tabletop display. The hand painted details are true-to-life, as if you could reach out and touch the bunnies and pick the flowers. Each Bunnies 'n Daffodils Vase is $165.


Did you know. . . A welcome sign
of spring, daffodils are also called jonquils. Their botanical name is narcissus. Because of their association with Lent, they're known as the "Lent Lily" in England. There are more than 25,000 varieties of daffodils, with the blossoms in combinations of yellow, orange, white, red, pink, and green.

Kim Barley's hand painted
design features large, colorful sunflowers that make quite a statement on our 8" Opal Satin Chessie Cat Covered Box. She hand painted the cat in gray and beige tones, adding green eyes and long black whiskers and eyelashes. A soft blue and green background with polka dot accents on the lid complete
this set.


Note the ladybug on top of the head and the buzzing bumblebee on the lid! Each Sunflower Chessie Cat Covered Box is $150.

Designer Michelle Kibbe created a lovely design of hand painted pink roses for our popular snowman and snowlady figurines.

Each figurine has a basketful of roses with
a complimentary design for the hat, scarf and gloves. Note the wonderful smiling faces and bright orange carrot nose on each figurine.
Each Basketful of Roses Snow Couple Figurine Pair is $130.

Pre-orders for the Bunnies 'n Daffodils Vase, Sunflower Chessie Cat Covered Box and Basketful of Roses Snow Couple Figurine Pair will be accepted until midnight (ET) on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. To pre-order, please call Fenton Gift Shop: 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email: and include the names of the items you want to purchase in the subject line. Please include your full name and daytime phone number.

"Pretty in Pink" Gift Ideas
from Fenton Gift Shop. . .

Need a great gift idea for someone special this Valentine's Day? Visit Fenton Gift Shop for unique gift selections, including handcrafted art glass earrings, necklaces and beads. A variety of handcrafted glass, including vintage Fenton as well as NEW Limited Editions, are available. Shown at right are some of our handcrafted glass pieces in lovely shades of pink.

Glass Identification Requests. . .

We no longer have staff to research inquiries about glass: value, history, identification, etc. Reference books on Fenton Art Glass do not include current price guides. We suggest you contact your local antiques dealer, the local library, or one of the collector clubs: The Williamstown Antique Mall (local) may also provide assistance: 304-375-6315 or email: A piece like yours may be listed on eBay, which can provide current pricing information. Otherwise, please send email inquiries about glass "production" to:

Fenton Gift Shop is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (ET) Tuesday-Saturday.

Fenton Art Glass eBay Auctions. . .
Here's your opportunity to own a beautiful "one-of-a-kind" art glass creation or an item from Fenton's past through our weekly eBay auctions.

These auctions will end at noon (ET) on Wednesday, February 14th.
Items featured this week. . .

This splendid, one-of-a-kind hand painted plate (8" diameter) by Fenton artist Michelle Kibbe captures all the
excitement of a trip to a favorite fishing spot. Delicate airbrushing and meticulously detailed foliage frame the scene
of a Largemouth Bass as it leaps from from the tranquil water, seeking to catch a dragonfly. We're holding our breath
until we hear the splash! This plate is Opal Satin glass, and the accompanying handsome wooden stand is perfect to
display this remarkable item in your home.

Here's a great opportunity to acquire a piece of Fenton Art Glass history! This 9.25" x 6.25" black-and-white photo
shows the Fenton factory in Williamstown, West Virginia, as it looked in late 1906 or early 1907, just as glass
production was starting up in the newly built plant. This historic photo is mounted on lightweight card stock and can
be framed.

Here's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire a tool actually used in the production of cranberry and cranberry
opalescent glassware at Fenton Art Glass. This is known as a "casing tool," and it was used by a skilled glassworker
called a "caser." Sitting at his bench, the skilled caser would cut off a bit of gold ruby glass from a ruby roll and attach
it to the end of a blowpipe. Using this hand-held tool (11" long overall), he would shape the ruby bud before the
blowpipe would be taken to other glassworkers who would gather crystal (or French Opalescent) over the ruby bud in
the next step of the process. The metal part of this tool is solid brass to resist the heat present in the glassmaking
process. These auctions will end at noon (ET) on Wednesday, February 14th.

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