Fenton Art Glass Handcrafted Necklace & Pendant
Special. . .
We continue our
Fenton Art Glass
Jewelry Specials with special discounts on
our remaining inventory of pendants and necklaces. These items may well be
Going, Going, GONE! Choose from the selections shown below
click here to view handcrafted jewelry
click here for While Supplies Last beads.
See ordering instructions below.
shown above, left to right:
11552 Evangeline Pendant Necklace
Originally $75, Now $45.00
Pendant is made of reactive glass frit with colors ranging
from green, turquoise, creamy yellow, and purple. The
Chocolate glass drop completes the look on this antique
brass (approx. 36") necklace. No two are alike!
11577 Broadway Pendant Necklace
Originally $69.50, Now $42.00
This antique pewter finish necklace is adorned
with the Broadway pendant. A velvety black canvas is
covered with pure silver threads and encased in clear
glass. This pendant necklace
(approx. 19") is perfect for opening night!
11590 Suffragette 29" Pendant Necklace
Originally $79.50, Now $47.00
The 1-1/4" pendant features deep violet
transparent glass accented with glass bits in deep purple,
green and white. These colors are then swirled to form a
beautiful one-of-a-kind pattern. The symbols and colors
used in this necklace were also used in Suffragette
jewelry of the late 19th and early 20th century.
The glass part of these pendants measures
approximately 3/4'' and the overall size is about 1-1/2''
11629 To Teach Pendant (silver fittings)
Inspired by teachers "touching lives" which is on the
back of this pendant. Originally $75.00,
11322 Cavern's Edge Pendant (gold fittings)
This Pendant features soft swirling shades of our popular
colors. Originally $59.50,
HOW TO PLACE YOUR FENTON JEWELRY ORDER
ORDERS ARE NO LONGER PROCESSED ONLINE.
Please specify the name and item# and email your
You'll receive a confirmation email. Please include
your name and address, daytime phone number, price,
and the quantity you wish to order, though in many
cases just one may be available (first come, first
served). Orders above $50 receive free shipping via
USPS. A $3.50 shipping charge is added to all orders
$50 and under. Orders are no longer processed
online and must be submitted via an email as
NEW Limited Editions from Fenton Gift Shop. . .
We are pleased to offer these new Limited
Edition selections for pre-orders. Each piece features a hand
painted design and will be signed, numbered and dated 2018 by
one of our talented designers. The Iceberg Paperweight was
made by Mosser Glass. The other Limited Edition pieces
were handcrafted by Mosser, using the Fenton moulds,
exclusively for the Fenton Gift Shop.
Yes, it's coming. . . and we offer a
delightful way to welcome the approaching Winter season! This
Iceberg Paperweight features a whimsical "Welcome Winter!"
design by Kim Barley! This 5" tall crystal iceberg paperweight
was made by Mosser Glass. Kim's fun winter motif includes a
black cat observing a snowman that is adorned in a striped cap
with a matching scarf. The snowman has star accents and a
heart-shaped ornament hanging from one of its stick "arms".
Kim added pine cones and trees as well as delicate snowflakes
to complete her design. Note the hand lettered "Welcome
Winter!" message. Each Welcome Winter Iceberg
Paperweight is $95.
"Wow!" was the general consensus when
Michelle Kibbe showed us her latest design and we
think you'll agree. Michelle finished this 11" Opal
Satin Vase with a full moon against a night sky
background. Lush green pine trees and pine cones frame
A watchful Great Horned Owl is perched on a branch in the
foreground. . . those large gold and black eyes do not
appear to miss the slightest movement in the night.
Additional views of this vase are shown
below. Note the true-to-life depiction of the owl. . .
those eyes! The hand painted details are meticulously
executed and a tribute to Michelle's talent as an
artist. Each Great Horned Owl Vase is $190.
Did you know. . . The Great
Horned Owl, one of the most common owls in North
America, is found in forests, swamps, deserts, tundra
edges, tropical rain forests, cities, suburbs, and
parks. There’s a good chance you’ve heard the soft,
stuttering hoots of this owl: hoo-h’HOO-hoo-hoo,
which it uses to advertise its territory.
Also shown at right is Michelle's
companion piece for the vase, a 5" Opal Satin Great Horned Owl
figurine. As with the vase, the hand painted details
are meticulous and true-to-life, especially those
eyes! Michelle added pine cones and tree branches on
the base. See the close-up images below. Each Great
Horned Owl Figurine is $95.
Did you know. . . Great Horned
Owls have big eyes with wide pupils that allow them to
easily spot their prey. Unlike human eyes, the owl's
eyes don’t move in their sockets, but owls can swivel
their heads to look in any direction.
Pre-orders for the Welcome Winter
Iceberg Paperweight, Great Horned Owl Vase
and Figurine will be accepted until midnight (ET) on Monday,
To pre-order these Limited Editions,
please contact Fenton
Gift Shop at 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or send an email:
email@example.com and include the
names of the items you want to purchase in the subject
line. Include your full name and daytime
phone number so we may follow-up on your request. You
may also request that we add your to our newsletter
email list for future limited edition offering news.
You may recall past winters of making the
perfect snowman when you display our
latest shape, the Snowman Fairy Light! Introduced as
part of the "Frosty Friends" collection in 2002, this 7.25" two-piece
Fairy Light was designed by sculptor Jon Saffell. This
version is Opal glass made by Mosser with a satin finish.
Kim Barley hand painted a "Winter Wishes"
motif, with a birch tree and cardinal design on the base,
along with the hand lettered "Winter Wishes" message. This smiling
snowman is adorned in a festive
green jacket with red scarf and mittens. Note the
polka-dotted heart design on the pocket. Kim added a
colorful band around the top hat and a golden star
accent. The second photo at left shows this Fairy
Light with a battery-operated tea light (included). This happy
snowman will cast a warm glow in your home on the coldest
winter night. Each Winter Wishes
Snowman Fairy Light is $125.
Below: Our impressive 11.5" Opal Satin Vase
requires an equally impressive design and Robin Spindler
provides it with her "First Snow" hand painted scene. Her
wonderful winter landscape encircles the glass canvas. At the
forefront is a large deer ─ could it be a 10 point buck? The
buck deer appears to be standing guard above the fawn. Another
deer can be seen in the forest background. Each First
Snow Vase is $230.
Since their debut in the year 2000, the
Fenton snow people figurines have delighted collectors
and continued to add holiday cheer to many, many
homes. Our 4.25" Snowman and 4" Snowlady figurines
were designed by Fenton sculptor Jon Saffell. They’ve
been in a grouping called "Frosty Friends" for several
Michelle Kibbe's hand painted "Mr. and
Mrs. Brown" design on these Opal Satin figurines is
sure to please! Each figurine is decked out in winter
garments and ready for a holiday shopping excursion!
Mr. Brown has a colorful maroon scarf
with white dotted swiss style accents. Note the warm
mittens and ear muffs! Michelle added an interesting
"pine branch" design on the shirt. Mrs. Brown is oh
so stylish as well in a matching maroon jacket
with coordinating cape. Both have wonderful smiles and
carrot noses! The Mr. and Mrs. Brown Snowman
and Snowlady Figurine Set is $140.
Pre-orders for the Winter Wishes
Snowman Fairy Light, First Snow Vase, and Mr.
and Mrs. Brown Snowman and Snowlady Figurines will be accepted until midnight (ET) on
Wednesday, October 17,
2018. Please contact Fenton
Gift Shop at 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org 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 so we may follow-up on your request.
from Fenton Gift Shop. . .
Visit Fenton Gift Shop for a variety
of unique gifts for all occasions. Choose from
earrings, figurines, jewelry, vases, fairy lights,
candy boxes, candle holders, NEW Limited Editions
as well as vintage Fenton Art Glass.
Fenton Gift Shop is located in a small strip mall
Williams Highway, Suite 108, Williamstown, WV 26187
Phone: 800-319-7793, ext. 342 or
Fenton Gift Shop is located five
minutes from the original Fenton factory
site on State Route 14 in Boaz. Take Exit 185 from
I-77 to Williamstown.
Fenton Gift Shop Hours:
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET)
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
http://www.fentonartglass.com/collectors. The Williamstown
Antique Mall (local) may also provide assistance: 304-375-6315
or email: email@example.com. A piece like yours
may be listed on eBay, which can provide current pricing
information. Otherwise, please send email inquiries about
glass "production" to:
Art Glass eBay
Auctions. . .
Here's your opportunity to
a "one-of-a-kind" art glass creation or an item
from Fenton's 112+ year history through our weekly eBay auctions.
These Fenton Art Glass eBay auctions will end at 2 p.m. (ET)
on Wednesday, October 17.
featured this week. . .
Created in 2011 at Glass Axis
Studio in Columbus, Ohio by
internationally-recognized glass artist, Doug
impressive art piece was one of several
commissioned by Tom Fenton for his Artful
Remembrance project. This vase is
11” tall with an 8” dia. opening and weighs an
impressive 5.5 lbs. Doug Frates calls this style
of coloring "Sedona," and it is one of the
silvered finishes for which he has become famous.
Doug Frates is a United States Marine who served
in Iraq in 2003. This piece also has a black ring
around the top and is signed by Doug Frates (see
close-up photo). His signature is large, but it
blends in, so you need to look closely near the
bottom of the piece. The finished bottom of the
vase reveals the characteristic pontil mark
typical of offhand glass artistry. The bottom
surface also displays an inscribed alphanumeric
Artful Remembrance identification code.
The 11" tall Alley Cat is one of
the best known collectibles associated with Fenton
Art Glass. This example in satin-finished opaque
"Jadeite" green (made by our friends at Mosser
Glass using the Fenton mould) has become a
wonderful one-of-a-kind Alley Cat thanks to the
hand painting talents and skills of Fenton artist
Michelle Kibbe. The vibrant yellow/black colors of
the Goldfinch contrast beautifully with the glass.
Every hand painted feather is meticulously done,
and all the other details are just perfect! The
delicate floral motif in purple hues and the
sprays of white flowers make this Alley Cat a real
Here's a bit of Fenton Art Glass history. Made
from original negatives in the Fenton Archives,
these two 8x10 photos
date from 1907-1908. When the Fenton Art Glass
factory began operations in those years, a spur or
siding from the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ran between the main
factory building and an adjacent building. These
photos were taken from different directions on the
railroad siding. Note the planks laid between the
two buildings so that empty barrels could be
rolled from the cooper shop across to factory. The
other 8x10 photo was taken with the camera pointed
north, and the tall stack of the Fenton Art Glass
Company’s multi-pot furnace is visible in the
right center of the background. In this photo, the
shipping department (note the roof overhang) is on
the right, and the cooper shop is on the left.
These photos provide an interesting insight into
the methods used to ship glassware during those
first years of Fenton’s operations. These 8x10
photos are high-quality black-and-white prints on
a special metallic paper to heighten contrast. The
“words” across the photos are not on the originals
that will be sent.
These Fenton Art Glass eBay
auctions will end at 2 p.m. (ET) on Wednesday,
October 17, 2018.
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