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April 27, 2007
The Next QVC Show is Thursday, May 10
4-5 am and 4-5 pm ET with Guest Host: George Fenton
Head for fun in the sun with the new Fenton Beach Babies! These whimsical handpainted animal figurines feature designer Kim Barley's emphasis on all the fun details. Check out those polka-dot bikinis, the sandals, the painted toenails, and those wonderfully expressive eyes ... and sunglasses, of course! Get a Beach Baby for your honey!
Fenton Mother's Day Events
Fenton Glassmaking School
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any glass connoisseur or art enthusiast!
Class # 1: Friday, August 3, 2007, 6:30am - 10:00am
Class # 2: Saturday, August 4, 2007, 6:30am - 10:00am
Some folks think making glass is easy; we think our glassworkers are so darn good it just LOOKS easy...
Heres your chance to find out! During our Fenton Festival of Glassmaking in Williamstown, W. Va. you can actually make glass! Join skilled Fenton artisans and experience the various skills of glassmaking.
Now you can actually make glass! Join skilled Fenton artisans and experience the various skills of glassmaking. This 3-1/2 hour "school" begins with safety and skills orientation and continues with "hands-on" crafting of molten glass on our Hot Metal floor. Fenton craftsmen will carefully guide you through the most difficult glassmaking skills such as pulling the piece into its finished shape and applying hot bits of molten glass to create decorative effects on the glass. You'll experience how it feels to gather and blow glass! There's more - you will take home a finished off-hand piece that you actually worked on to add to your collection. Of course, you won't mind if we take a little time to cool it off first. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any glass connoisseur or art enthusiast (must be 18 or older to participate)! And you will take away photos of you in glassmaking action working alongside the Fenton craftsmen.
For more information, contact Jena Blair at 1-800-319-7793, ext. 311 or email@example.com.
Exclusively from QVC.com!
French Opalescent Iridized Tulips Bear Cub
Item Number C111616
Just one look and this little Fenton bear has you hooked! Handcrafted of French opalescent glass, this adorable piece is sprayed with metallic salt solution for an iridescent finish, then handpainted with vibrant coral pink tulips for a fun spring accent. This cute cub was designed by Frances Burton and crafted with pride by the skilled glass masters of Fenton. Measures 3-1/2" h. x 2-1/4" dia. Limited Edition of 350. Individually numbered. Handsigned by the artist who painted it. Includes a Shelley's Keepsakes card.
To buy today, go to QVC.com and search for the item number.
Fenton Gift Shop Exclusives...
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Fenton Riverboat Dinner Cruise
Kickoff to the
Fenton Festival of
August 2, 2007
Tickets still available!
Spotlight Color: Ruby Amberina
The intense glow of Fenton's furnaces is captured forever in the shimmering iridescence and luster inherent in the magic of Ruby Amberina Stretch. First produced in the early 1920s, this glamorous art deco style continues to captivate, and red remains the statement color in home dιcor.
2-1/4'' Ruby Amberina
3-3/4'' Tuscan Charm on Ruby Amberina Stretch Elephant
12'' dia. Ruby Amberina Stretch Ribbed Bowl
6'' Ruby Amberina Stretch Footed Vase
7'' dia. Ruby Amberina Stretch Dolphin Comport
5'' Tuscan Charm on Ruby Amberina Stretch Rose Bowl
7'' Handpainted Ruby Amberina Tulip Vase
In the Fenton Sample Room this Week
1967 SAMPLE Chocolate
Bid Now (eBay)
This SAMPLE Chocolate toothpick holder (3" tall) in Fenton's classic Hobnail pattern was made in 1967, and the production date (5-16-67) is inscribed on the inside of one of the toes. At this time, Fenton chemists were just beginning to recapture the Chocolate color.
1978 SAMPLE Burmese
Bid Now (eBay)
The SAMPLE Burmese Beaded Melon pitcher (5-3/4" tall) was made in 1978. It does not have our typical stain finish, so you'll love the creamy yellow and the rich pink blush.
1981 French Opalescent Duck Figurine
Bid Now (eBay)
Elaborately handpainted by Louise Piper and dated 7-14-81, this French Opalescent Duck figurine (3-1/2" tall) will "quack" its way right into your heart! A great example of Louise's artistry.
Shop for Fenton on eBay!
To visit our eBay store,
New! 2007 Catalog
Browse and Buy When you see an item you like, simply click on it. You will be taken to the item's detail page where you will be able to learn more about it and add it to your shopping cart.
For a closer look at Fenton Glass, visit an authorized Fenton dealer today. Fenton Art Glass is sold through gift and collectible retailers across the country. Fenton retailers work closely with their collectors, placing special orders for items not in current stock. To find a dealer near you, Click Here!
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