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NEW Fenton Gift Shop Limited
Editions Available for Pre-Order!
Our talented team of artists has created some
beautiful designs, now available for pre-order. Each
Limited Edition will be
signed, numbered and dated by one of our designers.
The Iceberg Paperweight was made by Mosser Glass. The
other Limited Editions were made by Mosser, using the Fenton moulds, for the Fenton Gift Shop. RETURN POLICY:
Returns are accepted on "undamaged" items. Returns are to be
shipped within 30 days of receipt, at customer expense, to the
Fenton Gift Shop, 2242 Williams Hwy., #108, Williamstown, WV 26187. A 5% restocking fee will be
applied for this return. For damaged items, contact
Fenton Gift Shop at 800-319-7793, ext. 342.
Michelle Kibbe researched fox breeds to depict
on our 4.5" Opal Satin Fox Figurine and discovered the
Canadian Marble Fox. This interesting fox has thick white fur
with large patches and stripes of black on the body, across
the face and on the ears. Michelle hand painted the figurine
in a realistic style. Note those large brown eyes!
Each Canadian Marble Fox Figurine is $80.
Did you know. . . The coloration of
the Canadian (Arctic) Marble Fox is created from the
intervention of humans when breeding the red fox. Marble
foxes occur as genetic mutations, called color phases. The
kits are born in captivity.
Michelle continues her Canadian Marble Fox
design on this 8.75" Opal Satin Vase. She hand painted a
rocky landscape that encircles the vase. The Fox closely
observes a bird perched on a small branch. Michelle added
colorful foliage accents. Additional views are shown
Each Canadian Marble Fox Vase is $175.
Kim Barley's Give Thanks design on our
2.75" Eggplant Mouse Figurine is sure to become a collector
favorite! Kim adorned this figurine in colorful seasonal
attire, including a striped sweater, blue slacks and brown shoes. She hand painted
the words "give Thanks" on one ear with a turkey and a pumpkin
on the other ear. A large sunflower is painted on one side. As
always, the large eyes and expression on the face is sure to
make you smile! Each Give Thanks
Mouse Figurine is $80.
Pre-orders for the
Canadian Marble Fox Vase, Canadian Marble Fox,
Give Thanks Mouse Figurines will be accepted
until midnight (ET) on Monday, October 7, 2019. Call
Fenton Gift Shop to order: 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 and include your full name and daytime phone so we may
follow-up on your request. We may have customers with the same
first name, so we also need a last name for
Sculptor Jon Saffell designed the Fenton Art Glass Ghost
Figurine (#5278) and it debuted in the Fenton Halloween
line in 2002. Collectors were quick to embrace this Fenton
Halloween figurine with the friendly smile.
Michelle Kibbe has transformed this 5.75" Opal Satin Ghost
figurine into a "scarecrow", complete with straw stuffing!
The scarecrow hangs on a wooden pole and is decked out in
colorful patchwork clothing.
You'll love the hand painted details: bib overalls, brown
jacket and the red heart patch that adorns one knee.
Additional photos below show all views of this figurine,
from the brown cloth hat, the autumn landscape with brown
fence to the patchwork details on the face. Note the black
crow perched on one of the scarecrow's outstretched
arms. The crow has a bit of straw in its beak, perhaps
borrowing some for use in a nest?
Did you know. . .
Scarecrows are usually dressed in old
clothes and placed in an open field to discourage
blackbirds and starlings from feeding on seeds and
sprouting crops. There's even been research that shows
realistic facial features and brightly colored clothes may
be better at shooing away birds. Also, moving a scarecrow
around every few days often helps.
Each Mr. Scarecrow Ghost Figurine is $115.
Michelle Kibbe's depiction of a cow on this 4"
x 4.5" Opal Iceberg Paperweight is simply splendid!
Those large brown eyes will bring lots of "ooohs and aaahs". .
. even if you're not a fan of bovines! We have had requests
for designs featuring cows and we are pleased to deliver!
Michelle added a background with a fence and large sunflowers
in full bloom. Each How Now Brown Cow Iceberg
Paperweight is $80 and limited to 14.
This adorable dinosaur makes a perfect
addition to your collection. The design for this figurine
was created by former Fenton Art Glass sculptor Suzi
Whitaker and entered the Fenton Art Glass product line in
This sweet 4" figurine is handcrafted in
Opal Satin glass and features a delightful scene by Kim
Barley. The Dinosaur is munching on some leaves, while a young Pterodactyl
takes flight for perhaps the first time.
Another Dinosaur has just hatched from its
speckled egg. Kim painted the Dinosaur's body in soft
green hues and added golden stripes on the tail and
colorful flower and vegetation accents. Note those large
golden black eyes.
Each Dino Babies Dinosaur Figurine is $80.
Robin Spindler continues to channel
another era with her latest "tie dye" design. She
chose the 4" Opal Satin Turtle Figurine for her latest
figurine. Robin airbrushed and hand painted the figurine, resulting in an amazing blend of
You'll love the vibrant shades of blue, red, yellow, orange, and green in
We're sure this figurine will appeal to the young as well
as the young-at-heart! Note the Turtle's friendly grin, large
eyelashes and polka dot accents on the head.
If you recently ordered Robin's Tie-Dye Dino and
Tie-Dye Toad figurines, then
you'll want to add this latest figurine as a companion piece for your
Tie Dye Turtle Figurine is $80.
Pre-orders for the
How Now Brown Cow
and the Tie Dye Turtle Figurine will be accepted
until midnight (ET) on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.
To place your pre-order, please call Fenton Gift Shop:
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.
your full name
and daytime phone number so we may follow-up on your
request. We may have people with the same first name,
so we also need a last name for confirmation of
the order. If you know of someone who may be
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please have them contact
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address added to our mailing list. Our emails go out
weekly with the current Limited Edition offerings.
Fenton Gift Shop's
Seasonal Decor. . .
Stop in and choose from our varied selection of
seasonal decor, including vintage and new Limited Edition
Art Glass in
beautiful colors and designs.
Traveling near us?
WV Welcome Center (Exit 185 off of I-77) for your Visitor's
Guide to our area (coupon inside!).
Fenton Gift Shop is located in a small strip mall on State
Route 14 in Boaz, five minutes from the original
Interested in an item shown here? Contact
Fenton Gift Shop: 800-319-7793, ext. 342
Hours: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (ET) Tuesday-Saturday
Fenton Gift Shop, 2242 Williams Hwy., Suite 108, Williamstown,
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 assist you:
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 email glass
"production" questions to:
email@example.com. For info on selling or
placing a value on your Fenton Art Glass,
Fenton Art Glass eBay Auctions. .
Here's your opportunity to own a beautiful
"one-of-a-kind" Fenton Art Glass creation through our weekly Fenton Art Glass eBay
auctions. These Fenton's eBay auctions will end at 2 p.m.
ET on Wednesday, October 9.
featured this week. . .
Halloween will be here soon, and this one-of-a-kind hand
painted Alley Cat (11" tall) from Fenton artist Kim Barley
will really make a statement! The grey striped background is
just perfect for all of Kim's wonderful hand painted details:
bats, stars, candy corn, pumpkins, signage, a festive orange
and black bow, purple toes ... and just look at those eyes
above the Alley Cat's characteristic grin! The Alley Cat,
first made by Fenton in 1970, is among the best-loved and most
collectible Fenton Art Glass products. This one-of-a-kind hand
painted Alley Cat figurine is identified, dated and signed
inside: "Kim Barley 2019 OOAK".
With Chocolate glass for her canvas, Fenton
artist Michelle Kibbe designed and hand painted this
spectacular one-of-a-kind square vase (7.5" tall). Each panel
of this vase has a different hand painted scene, ranging from
mountains and pine trees to depictions featuring a soaring
Bald Eagle. As you can see from the photos, the visual details
of Michelle's hand painting are remarkably lifelike as a
majestic Bald Eagle swoops to catch a fish in the stream and
another one soars above the landscape. Chocolate glass
originated about 1900 in Greentown, Indiana, where it was
perfected by Jacob Rosenthal, who later became the first
Fenton Art Glass factory manager. Fenton has made Chocolate
glass at various times, including the 1976 Bicentennial and
the 100th anniversary of the glass company in 2005. The square
vase originated at the Duncan Miller glass factory in the
1920s, and Fenton Art Glass acquired this mould in the 1960s.
The four tall panels provide great latitude for Fenton's
decorators to showcase all of their hand painting talents and
skills. This one-of-a-kind hand painted vase is identified,
dated and signed on the underside: "hand painted by M. Kibbe
It's not too early to be thinking about
Christmas ... especially when you see this splendid
one-of-a-kind Opal ornament (3.25" diameter) designed and
colorfully hand painted by Fenton artist Michelle Kibbe. In
this hand painted scene, the family cat is curled up in front
of the fireplace, and the Christmas stockings ("hung with
care" we're sure!) are there for all to see while awaiting
Santa's visit. Note the embossed snowflake on the reverse
side. The attached silver cord makes this ornament ready to
hang on your tree. This one-of-a-kind hand painted ornament is
dated "2019" on the front and identified, dated and signed on
the reverse side: "M. Kibbe 2019 OOAK".
These Fenton's eBay auctions will end at 2 p.m. ET on
Wednesday, October 9.