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July 6, 2007
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The 2007 Christmas Supplement is Here!
It may be hot outside, but you’ll be cool as a cucumber when you see the 2007 Fenton holiday line! Crank up the air conditioning, grab an ice cold soda and join in as Fenton celebrates Christmas in July! It’s never too early to starting holiday decorating, collecting and gift shopping.
Shop for Studio Fenton designed by Kelsey Murphy, Berry Confection on Aubergine, Holiday Limited Editions, Pomegranates on Black and Red Stretch, Golden Pods on Ruby, The American Christmas Tree, Silver Birch on Indigo Blue, Winter Enchantment on Milk Glass, Frosty Friends, Halloween, and much more!
Use our Browse and Buy feature. 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.
It's a once-a-year opportunity to shop online... Under the Big Top! for a wide variety of handcrafted Fenton at rock bottom prices. It's just like going to the annual Fenton Gift Shop Tent Sale, only this time you can shop from home!
Shop for lamps, vases, baskets, figurines ... Cranberry, Chocolate, Cobalt Blue, Ruby ... Dave Fetty items and more!
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Dave Fetty Internet Exclusives!
A skilled glassworker, Dave Fetty retired in 1999 after more than 40 years in the glass industry. Dave came to Fenton in 1964 after learning the trade in Milton, WV, at the Blenko Glass Company, where he began as a carrying-in boy when he was 19. Dave's mentor at Blenko was glassworker "Shorty" Finley, who taught Dave many of the skills needed to make glass off-hand (without moulds). Even after his "official" retirement, Dave has continued to contribute to Fenton. Never at a loss for ideas, Dave handcrafts limited editions of off-hand pieces based on his mood and inspiration.
Click here to browse the Dave Fetty items available online today!
Shimmering frit under the surface of this Vase (7-3/4" tall) is master glass artisan Dave's Fetty's secret process, and the results are simply splendid! You'll love the rich, rich red of this piece! The Vase is embossed with Dave's personal stamp and is signed by Dave, too ("Dave Fetty '07"). Only 27 available!
Shimmering frit under the surface of this Egg (4-1/2" tall) is master glass artisan Dave's Fetty's secret process, and the results are simply splendid! You'll love the rich, rich red of this piece! The Egg is embossed with Dave's personal stamp and is signed by Dave, too ("Dave Fetty '07"). Only 27 available!
Fenton Gift Shop Holiday Exclusives...
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Shelley is a member of Fenton’s third generation management team and the youngest daughter of the late Bill Fenton. She joined Fenton’s Sales Department in January of 1982 after graduating from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Much of Shelley’s time is spent developing the Fenton catalogs, which includes graphic design as well as composing shots with our photographer. She also serves on a committee that oversees the development of new products.
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Shelley's Signature Pieces:
3-1/2'' Silhouette Rose Bowl
4'' Fern Green Handpainted Fenton Foal
3'' Mom's A Treasure Burmese Purse
7'' Handpainted Rose Design Rosalene Ginger Jar
10-1/2'' Butterfly Minuet on Turquoise Basket
In the Fenton Sample Room this Week
2000 Red Carnival Holly Crimped Bowl
This Red Carnival crimped bowl (9” d.) in the Holly pattern was made as a whimsey in 2000 when we were producing a plate for Frank M. Fenton’s 85th birthday. This is a one-of-a-kind piece!
Mid-1960s Colonial Amber Star and Block Creamer
This Colonial Amber Star and Block pattern creamer (4” tall) dates from the mid-1960s, when it was part of a Fenton line called “Olde Virginia Glass.” The pattern is based on a Hobbs-Brockunier motif from the 1880s, and it was a favorite of Frank M. Fenton.
1927-28 Tangerine Stretch Vase
Here’s a real blast from the past: a splendid stretch glass vase (8” tall) in our Tangerine color from 1927-28. Our original catalogs from this time call this the “No. 573 8” flared vase”. We call it "super!"
Rosalene Pansy Sunrise Vase
Just in case you missed it, here’s a chance to acquire the Rosalene “Pansy Sunrise” vase 8 1/4” tall) from our 2005 Platinum Collection. Designed by Stacy Williams and handpainted by Fenton artist “L. Cronin,” this one is number 1036 of 1950.
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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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