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September 14, 2006
The Next QVC Show is Tuesday, October 3
In costume and ready for "trick or treat," Lil' Punkin the Bear will make you smile with memories of a childhood Halloween long since past. Newly designed for 2006, our popular Ghost and Witch figurines feature some subtle (but not too scary!) bats in their handpainted designs. "Hat-on-Cat" returns with some spiffy new socks to grace its feline form.
Mark your calendar! A member of the Fenton family will personally sign your Family Exclusive pieces and all Fenton purchases. Reserve yours today. Check the schedule below for the location of an event near you!
Our Family Signing Event exclusive for fall 2006 is a distinctive "Dogwood" basket made from Iridized Plum Opalescent glass. The rich color sparkles splendidly in this unique piece of art glass. The two handles are created by a special pressing process before being re-shaped by Fenton artisans.
Fenton recently acquired the mould for this piece from Indiana Glass. However, the mould was originally produced by the Westmoreland Glass Company in the 1950s. A design of Dogwood tree blossoms was meticulously etched into the mould of this attractive piece.
4" Plum Opalescent Dogwood Basket ($49.50 U.S.)
To see if an event is coming to a city near you simply click on the Fenton Family Member's name or search by State Postal Abbreviation below.
At a Fenton Art Glass Open House, you will truly experience Fenton. Tour the Fenton factory on video, meet and learn more about Fenton glass from a Fenton Sales Representative and enjoy the opportunity to purchase exclusive pieces handcrafted in America and only available at Rep Events.
3 1/2" Chocolate glass elephant, inscribed with Scott Fenton's signature ($29.50 U.S.)
To see if an event is coming to a city near you simply search by State Postal Abbreviation below.
4" - "Bull's Eye" the Pirate Pup
3" "Barnie" the Owl
4-1/2" - "Gypsy" the Scaredy Cat
5-1/2" - "Skelly" the Halloween Ghost w/Skeleton Quantities Limited!
One winner each week! Winners will be announced on the Fenton website. A new contest begins each Monday at Noon ET.
*One entry per customer per week.
The next drawing will be Monday, September 18.
Enter to win a handpainted 7" Fern Green Opaline Melon Vase. "As seen on TV"
This vase has a 6 Point Crimp and is beautifully handpainted with Coral and Cream Tulips. The Melon pattern is from the turn-of-the-century and used by companies in England. Fenton has been making pieces in the Melon pattern since the 1940s.
This Week's Question:
What year did Fenton launch the Fenton Website?
Hint: The answer is found on this Fenton web page.
Last week's answer:
Carrie Howell, Lizzie Moore, Bertie Rhumbach and Carrie Wood
Last week's winner:
Lenora Mixon from Clarksville, TN
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