Fenton Art Glass Presents. . .
Handcrafted Bead Assortments!
We continue our
Fenton Art Glass
bead assortments created from our remaining jewelry
inventory. These items may well be
Going, Going, GONE!
Choose from the selections shown below or
to view all While Supplies Last beads.
To view handcrafted jewelry
See ordering instructions below.
Assortments: You'll receive a group of "five"
Fenton Art Glass beads in various colors with
assorted glass treatments for just $25! These
beads were handcrafted by our talented artisans at the
Fenton Art Glass factory in Williamstown, WV., but
not have the sterling silver core embossed Fenton USA. Because of the handmade process, bead size may
vary from 1/2'' to 5/8'' in diameter. Fenton Handmade
in USA handcrafted glass beads are compatible with and
will fit most major brands of bracelets and
necklaces. Sorry, we can not honor requests for
specific designs or colors.
Solid Color: Assortment of
solid colors, not necessarily those shown in the photo
Glass treatments: This group may include Vasa Murrhina,
Aurora, Encased, Glassato, and Pulled Feather.
You'll receive a group of "five" uncored Fenton Art Glass
beads in various colors with assorted hand applied
1PL2017 - Solid Color Assortment - $25
1AS2017 - "Uncored" 25-Bead
Assortment - $100
Choose from the
Fenton Art Glass
Grab Bags of
in assorted colors, styles
and designs make great stocking stuffers!
1GT2017 - Glass Treatments Bead
Assortment - $25
1HP2017 - Decorated Bead
Assortment - $25
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 Fenton
Art Glass moulds, exclusively for the Fenton Gift Shop.
This 11" Opal Satin Vase with a lovely scene of
"Winter Doves" is a lovely piece to display all season long!
Michelle Kibbe's hand painted details capture
the delicate feathers as well as the delicate snowflakes in the
background. The lush green foliage with crimson red flowers
complement the birds.
Did you know. . .
White doves symbolize new beginnings, peace,
fidelity, love, luck, and prosperity that transcends all
cultures. Doves are some of the strongest fliers of all
bird species. With large, strong wings & muscles, doves have a
strength in flight and a great ability to perform maneuvers. Each
Winter Doves Vase is $180.
Fenton Gift Shop is pleased to offer this 10.5"
Opal Satin Hurricane Lamp. The shade is 9.125" tall.
This shape has been included in the Fenton line for
many decades, with some styles dating as far back as
Kim Barley's hand painted "Believe" design will
warm your heart and bring a smile to your face! You'll
love the soft glow that this Hurricane Candle Lamp
casts when you light the tea light (included). The
face of this smiling Snowman has a cute, whimsical
expression. The word "Believe" is in white outlined
with black. Kim added a golden star and falling snow
against a soft blue sky as accents to complete this
piece. Each Believe Hurricane Candle Lamp
This 7" tall x 5.5" wide Crystal Iceberg Paperweight
provides the perfect canvas for Robin Spindler's hand painted
"Star Bright" scene. A snowman and his rabbit companion gaze
up in wonder at a brilliant golden star shining down upon
them. Robin created a lovely white halo effect around the
star. A winter night
sky with falling snow amongst the lush green pines provides a
Robin's painting technique creates a unique three-dimensional effect
on the glass with sections of the background (sky, fence,
trees and pink and red berries). The shape of this iceberg
with the edges provide a wonderful frame for this scene. Robin added a colorful
striped scarf with matching toboggan for the snowman that
complements the pink of the rabbit's ears as well as the
berries. Each Star Bright Iceberg Paperweight is $100.
Pre-orders for the
Winter Doves Vase, Believe
Hurricane Candle Lamp and Star Bright Crystal Iceberg
accepted until midnight (ET) on Monday, November 19, 2018.
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.
The impressive 11.5" size of the elegant Opal Satin
Vase suits the colorful and equally impressive "House Finches"
design by Robin Spindler. The hand painted details are
The vibrant red- and orange-hued berries and leaves
accents provide a perfect background frame for
Robin's scene of a male and female House Finch perched on a branch. Each House Finches Vase is $215.
As many Fenton collectors know, Kim Barley
is a No. 1 fan of one of rock 'n roll's top music icons.
You know, the one whose first name begins with the letter "E"!
So it was no surprise when Kim decided to incorporate some
of the more well
known attributes of this singer into her "Rock 'n Roll Music" design on
our popular 2.5" Mouse Figurine! This little Opal Satin
Mouse sports a pink jacket with a black collar,
blue shirt, white patent leather-look shoes, a cute pink
"snarl" smile, and long black sideburns. The
expression on that face seems to show that this wee mouse
is singing with all his heart! Kim added 45 rpm records
(remember vinyl?) and musical notes on the ears. Note the
golden star with a red heart on the side. This figurine
will make the perfect gift
for figurine collectors, rock 'n roll music fans, or to add to your own
Fenton Art Glass
collection. Each Rock 'n Roll Music Mouse
Figurine is $80.
Since their debut in the year 2000, the Fenton
"Snowpeople" have delighted collectors and continued to add
holiday cheer to many, many homes. Our Snowman and Snowlady
figurines were designed by Fenton sculptor Jon Saffell, and,
along with the Snowman fairy light (featured in recent
newsletters), they’ve been in a grouping called "Frosty
Friends" for several years.
Michelle Kibbe created a beautiful poinsettia
design for this smiling pair! Each smiling figurine is hand
painted in colorful winter attire. Michelle added a vibrant
red poinsettia, colorful leaves and berries on the front. Each
figurine sports a matching scarf or cape, hat and mittens. Each Poinsettia Pair Snow Couple
Figurine Set is $140.
Pre-orders for the
House Finches Vase, Rock 'n Roll Music Mouse Figurine and Poinsettia
Pair Snow Couple Figurine Set
accepted until midnight (ET) on Wednesday, November 21, 2018. Please
contact Fenton Gift Shop at 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email: email@example.com 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.
Your Holiday Shopping Begins
at Fenton Gift Shop. . .
Start your holiday shopping with our
lovely selection of handcrafted jewelry, figurines, hand painted vases, fairy lights,
candy boxes, and more. Visit Fenton Gift Shop for
a unique selection of beautiful handcrafted glass
gifts suitable for any occasion. Create a "Wow"
seasonal display with vintage and NEW Fenton Art
Fenton Gift Shop is located in a small strip mall
at 2242 Williams Hwy., Ste. 108, Williamstown,
WV 26187, five minutes from the original factory site.
800-319-7793 or 304-375-7772; Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Holiday Hours: Fenton Gift Shop will be
closed 11/22 and open on 11/21, 11/23, and 11/24.
December Holiday Hours:
Closed 12/25 and 12/26;
Open 12/27, 28, and 29.
Attention Local Fenton
Fans: Be sure to check your newspaper on Nov.
16, 21 & 22 for special "in store" offers!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org. A piece like yours
may be listed on eBay, which can provide current pricing
information. Otherwise, please send email inquiries about
glass "production" to:
Auctions. . .
Here's your opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind
glass creation or items from Fenton's 112+
year history through our weekly eBay auctions.
These Fenton Art Glass eBay auctions will
November 21st at
2 p.m. (ET).
featured this week. . .
This impressive one-of-a-kind hand painted vase
(13" tall) by Fenton artist Michelle Kibbe features bull Elks
in full volume during the rutting season ... when every bull
Elk is ready to stand in defense of his territory (and his
harem!). The hand painted landscape scenes are the perfect
background for Michelle's remarkably accurate depiction of the
Elks. Every brushstroke is meticulously done, and the overall
effect is simply breathtaking. Lotus Mist Burmese is a unique
glass color first made by Fenton Art Glass nearly 20 years
ago. There is pure gold in the glass batch, and special
reheating techniques are needed to create the distinctive pink
blush. Lotus Mist Burmese is a real tribute to the talents of
Fenton's glass chemists as well as the skills of Fenton
These glass rods are color samples of Fenton glass from the
1960s. If you like Fenton “Chocolate” glass, you’ll love this
remarkable selection of glass rod color samples. All of these
glass rod color samples are from the 1960s, when chemist
Charles Goe was seeking to recreate the Chocolate glass made
in the earliest years of the Twentieth Century. There are 14
glass rod color samples here, and the photos show the range of
color, from light coffee with cream to rich, dark chocolate!
The rods were made under the direction of glass chemist
Charles “Charlie” Goe, who was employed at the Fenton Art
Glass Co. In the 1960s, company president Frank M. Fenton was
very interested in having Fenton recreate historic glass
colors such as Burmese from the 1880s, Bastow’s opaque pink
from about 1900, and Jacob Rosenthal’s Chocolate from the
earliest years of the twentieth century. Chocolate glass is
very difficult to create, and it took many years of
experimentation and test melts in order to get it right! These
glass rods were made by gathering a small quantity of glass
from a “test pot” on a punty and rolling it on a steel plate
called a marver. Because of the process used to make them, the
rods will vary somewhat in length and in diameter; typically,
each rod is slightly more than 2-1/2” long and about 3/8” in
diameter. Each rod has a paper label that records a coded
reference for the glass batch, the specific date (month, day
and year), and whether the glass is unfinished (”unfin”) or
Here's a great opportunity to own a piece of Fenton history!
In the mid-1960s, the Fenton Art Glass Co. office area and the
Fenton Gift Shop underwent considerable remodeling. Attractive
brick facing was constructed on exterior areas, and the iconic
"Clarence" figure was mounted above the gift shop entrance.
Colored glass panels, made by skilled glassworkers at Fenton,
were placed around the entrance door to the Fenton Gift Shop
and around the entrance door to the reception area of the
Fenton Art Glass Co. The Fenton factory was recently
demolished, with plans for a new elementary school to be built
on the site, but the colored glass panels have been saved.
This colored glass panel measures 11.75" tall by 8.75" wide.
This colored glass panel is Colonial Amber, and it is the
last panel in this color that we have to offer.
Colonial Amber was a popular glass color made by Fenton Art
Glass in the mid-1960s. This colored glass panel has been
signed and dated 2018 by Fenton Art Glass Co. president George
Fenton and by Fenton Gift Shop president Randy Fenton, and a
certificate of authenticity is also included. These Fenton Art Glass eBay
auctions will end at 2 p.m. (ET) on Wednesday,
November 21, 2018.