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Fenton Glass Compote. This is a vintage Fenton Glass Cabbage Rose slag glass compote with the ruffled top. This vintage compote measures about 6 inches tall.
Fenton Art Glass: This Fenton milkglass hobnail vase is not marked, which means it was made prior to 1970. Purchased
at an old
Fenton Amberina Hobnail Bowl. This Fenton bowl is a beautiful piece of amberina colored art glass with a hobnail pattern on the outside of the bowl. The bowl measures about 6" in diameter and stands 3" on three legs.
This is a small square Fenton open salt in clear hobnail glass.
Fenton Art Glass: Mini 3 inch tall Fenton Vase in a rich amber color and hobnail pattern. Scalloped and double crimped top.
Fenton Art Glass: Very fine amber color Fenton art glass bowl, with dew drop hobnails throughout.
Fenton Glass Bell. This is a vintage Fenton Glass bell made of green glass in the hobnail pattern. The bell measures about 5.5 inches tall.
Amberina Glass Mini Pitcher. This vintage amberina glass pitcher measures about 2.5 inches tall. It is adorned with a leaf design and pitcher sits on a small pedestal base. This pitcher may have been made by either Kanawha Glass or Fenton Glass.
Fenton Glass Bell. This is a vintage Fenton Glass bell in a rich amber color with ridged design, crimped bottom and diamond shaped handle. The vintage bell measures about 5.5 inches tall.
Vintage Hobnail Milk Glass Trinket. This is a vintage Fenton Milk Glass trinket made in the hobnail pattern. It measures about 3.5 inches in diameter and stands about 1.5 inches tall.
Opalescent glass is generally a piece of clear or colored piece of glass that has a milk white trim and an accented pattern design. When held to a powerful sunlight, the glass will give off a warm glow, reminiscent of an opal, hence the name. This effect of opalescent glass is created by the glass artisan by applying a layer of clear glass over the original piece, then firing it once or twice. Most of the major U.S. glass makers still offer some opalescent glass pieces; the most notable of those is the Fenton.