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April 6, 2007
The Next QVC Show is Thursday, May 10
4-5 am and 4-5 pm ET with Guest Host: George Fenton
Fenton Mother's Day Events
Visit a participating Fenton dealer to see the beautiful display of Fenton Art Glass and enjoy a FREE gift with your $150 Fenton purchase.*
Receive this pair of handpainted Mama Bear and Baby Bear figurines in Opal Satin glass - a $67 value!
Handcrafted in the USA by the skilled artisans at Fenton. Each bear is signed by the artist who handpainted it. Great Mother's Day gift or treat yourself!
*Some restrictions apply, please contact individual store for details.
To see if an event is coming to a city near you simply click on the State Postal Abbreviation below.
A Day with Dave Fetty . . .
Sunday, April 22, 2007, 11am to 2pm
Collectables Unlimited, Lewisburg, PA
Collectables Unlimited, a Fenton Gold Showcase Dealer will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary and the Opening of their new Art Glass Gallery. To celebrate this special occasion, Fenton Artist Dave Fetty will be on hand to give a special presentation on off-hand glass. In addition to speaking, he will show a video and display a set of glass progressives to show the off-hand process from start to finish.
Collectables Unlimited will have 30 new and never seen before first quality selections of Dave's plus their own inventory of Fetty off-hand pieces for sale. Customers will receive a free gift with purchase and each piece will be signed by Dave. Customers will also receive an autographed picture of Dave with each purchase. A silent auction will held and there will be a light lunch and cake served.
For more information, contact Jim Hill at Collectables Unlimited, 130 Buffalo Road, Lewisburg, PA, 1-877-704-9394.
The "Happy Daffy" Walking Shoe
Inspired by the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days held each spring, this beautiful design was created by Fenton Art Glass decorator Christy Riggs in 2006.
Each piece is limited to only 200 pieces and is handpainted and signed by the artist. Measures 4" l. x 2-1/4" h. The bottom of the piece has a special Fenton Relay for Life decal imprinted.
50% of every sale goes to the American Cancer Society.
Relay for Life is an exciting community gathering where everyone can participate in the fight against cancer. In over 4,200 communities across the country teams of people camp out at local high schools, parks or fairgrounds to take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to raise funds and to have a representative on the track at all times during this overnight event because cancer never sleeps.
For more information: about Relay for Life or the Fenton Art Glass Relay for Life Team, contact Connie Mayle, 304-375-6122 ext. 214 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exclusively from QVC.com!
Item Number C1716
Add some sweet sophistication to your home with this round vase from Fenton. Handcrafted of core-struck, French opalescent glass, it's decorated with a stained glass pattern that's created by handpainting soft colors over a black decal. Crafted with pride by the skilled glass masters of Fenton. Measures 7-1/2" h. Handsigned by the artist who painted it.
To buy today, go to QVC.com and search for the item number.
Fenton Gift Shop "Mini" Exclusives...
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Fenton fans will be all aflutter over the bevy
of beautiful butterflies. Designed by Kim Barley, each is decorated with
rich, sheer metallic gold paint and a sprinkle of glitter to add to their
3'' Indigo Blue Handpainted Butterfly
3'' Black Handpainted Butterfly
3'' Ruby Handpainted Butterfly
3'' Autumn Gold Handpainted Butterfly
3'' Fern Green Handpainted Butterfly
In the Fenton Sample Room this Week
1989 Two-Handled Dolphin Covered Candy Jar
Bid Now (eBay)
This spectacular two-handled Dolphin covered candy jar (8-3/4" tall) was offered through the Gracious Touch party plan in 1989. Fenton manager Howard Seufer (now retired) help develop this and other Fenton products for Gracious Touch. This piece was handpainted by J. K. "Robin" Spindler, who was working here as a decorator at that time (she is now an award-winning Fenton designer).
1907 Amethyst Opalescent Sauce Dish
Bid Now (eBay)
This amethyst opalescent sauce dish with 6-point crimp
(5" dia.) was made in 1907, so it's one of the oldest pieces of Fenton glass
we've ever offered in one of these auctions! The pattern is our very first
line ("No. 8") which is known as Waterlily and Cattails to collectors today.
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.
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