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Vintage Fenton Glass Silvercrest Ruffled or Flared Bowl Vintage Fenton Glass Silvercrest Ruffled or Flared Bowl. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

This pattern was introduced by Fenton in 1943, it is a early pre-logo piece and style number 680. It is 7" across by about 4" deep, it is in excellent condition, no chips.
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Circa: 1943
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Art Glass Green Glass Sled Sleigh by Jon Saffell Fenton Art Glass Green Glass Sled by Jon Saffell. This Green sleigh is made from a mould designed in 1995 by Jon Saffell. This sled is deep green and has intricate gold flowers around all four edges. It is 7 1/2 inches long by 4 inches wide across the widest part and 4 inches deep, marked on the bottom with Fenton. It is in excellent condition, perfect for the holidays or for a Fenton collection. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Fenton.
Circa: 1995
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Center Handled Ruffled Flared Bowl Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Center Handled Ruffled or Flared Bowl. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

The Silver Crest pattern was formed by applying a crystal edge to milk glass pieces Silver Crest was the most popular and longest running Crest pattern that Fenton produced. Fenton introduced Silver Crest into the line in 1943 and it was an instant success. In the 1950's Silver Crest production diminished when producing milk glass Hobnail was the priority. However, during the 1960's there was an renewed interest in Silver Crest. Production peaked in the 1960's and the pattern was discontinued except for a few pieces in 1970, and in 1980 production on the few pieces that were made ceased.

This piece it is a early pre-logo piece. It is 8 inches across by about 2 1/4 inches deep, 5 1/2 inches tall including the handle, in excellent condition, no chips, marked on the bottom with Fenton. Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern as well as other pieces of Fenton Glass.
Circa: 1943
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Daisy Pink Footed Candy Dish Vintage Fenton Daisy Pink Footed Candy Dish. This is a beautiful piece! Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

It is 2 3/4 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches across, marked on the bottom with the Fenton in a circle logo. It is in excellent condition, no chips has a tiny fleabite on the inside edge, and would be a beautiful addition to your collection! Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Fenton
Circa: 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass  

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Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Hobnail Low Candleholders Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Hobnail Low Candleholders. This line of milk glass is one of the largest and most successful patterns ever produced, this pattern was produced from 1948 to 1989. Fenton began marking all their glass in 1973 so any piece without the Fenton logo was made prior to 1973.

These candleholders are 3 1/2 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches across the bottom, both are in excellent condition, both are unmarked so they date prior to 1973. They would be a wonderful addition to your collection or a beautiful decorative piece! Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern.
Circa: 1948
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Hobnail Bananna Bowl Dish Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Hobnail Bananna Bowl Dish. This line of milk glass is one of the largest and most successful patterns ever produced, this pattern was produced from 1948 to 1989. Fenton began marking all their glass in 1973 so any piece without the Fenton logo was made prior to 1973.

This bananna bowl is 5 1/4 inches tall, 12 inches long and 8 1/2 inches across, is unmarked pre logo piece so it dates prior to 1973 as Fenton did not begin signing their pieces until 1973. It is in excellent condition and would be a wonderful addition to your collection or a beautiful decorative piece! Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern as well as other pieces of Fenton Glass.
Circa: 1943 to 1980
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Glass Silver Crest Mayonnaise Bowl with Liner Plate Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Ruffled Mayonnaise Bowl with Liner Plate. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

The Silver Crest pattern was formed by applying a crystal edge to milk glass pieces Silver Crest was the most popular and longest running Crest pattern that Fenton produced. Fenton introduced Silver Crest into the line in 1943 and it was an instant success. In the 1950's Silver Crest production diminished when producing milk glass Hobnail was the priority. However, during the 1960's there was an renewed interest in Silver Crest. Production peaked in the 1960's and the pattern was discontinued except for a few pieces in 1970, and in 1980 production on the few pieces that were made ceased.

The mayo bowl is 5 inches across by about 2 1/2 inches deep, the liner plate is 6 inches across, both pieces are in excellent condition, no chips. This set would be a fabulous addition to your collection!
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Stippled Rays Marigold Carnival Glass Bowl Vintage Vintage Fenton Stippled Rays Marigold Carnival Glass Bowl. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

This is a vintage Fenton pattern, estimated edge is from the 1920's to 1940's. This pattern features an all over rayed pattern with a candy ribbon edge. It is 8 inches across and about 3 inches deep, it is in excellent condition, no chips. Please see my other listings for additional pieces of Fenton Glass and Carnival Glass.
Circa: 1920's to 1940's
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Stippled Rays Marigold Carnival Glass Bowl Vintage  

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Vintage Fenton Art Glass Ruby Red Amberina Petal Shaped Candleholders Fenton Art Glass Ruby Red or Amberina Depression Glass Petal Shaped Candleholders. These candleholders were produced by Fenton Art Glass from 1932 to 1936. They are the nine petal version, #848, Fenton also produced these candleholders with six petals. They have three little feet, or toes, very popular at this time era.

They are a deep ruby red or amberina, transparent red with just a touch of yellow on the base when looked at in the in the right angle or light.

They are 2 1/2 inches tall and 4 3/4 inches across, both are in excellent condition.Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Fenton Art Glass as well as other pieces of vintage Ruby Glass.
Circa: 1932 to 1936
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Extra Large Cake Sandwich Plate Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Ruffled Extra Large Cake Plate. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

The Silver Crest pattern was formed by applying a crystal edge to milk glass pieces Silver Crest was the most popular and longest running Crest pattern that Fenton produced. Fenton introduced Silver Crest into the line in 1943 and it was an instant success. In the 1950's Silver Crest production diminished when producing milk glass Hobnail was the priority. However, during the 1960's there was an renewed interest in Silver Crest. Production peaked in the 1960's and the pattern was discontinued except for a few pieces in 1970, and in 1980 production on the few pieces that were made ceased.

This piece is a early pre-logo piece, a hard to find piece. It is 15" across, most of the cake plates that are in seen in this pattern about about 12 1/2 inches, and about 1 1/2 inches tall. It is in excellent condition, no chips, please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern as well as other pieces of Fenton Glass.
Circa: 1943 to 1980
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass Company  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Hobnail Milk Glass Heart Shaped Bowl Dish Vintage Fenton Glass Hobnail Milk Glass Heart Shaped Bowl Dish. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

The Hobnail line was one of the most successful lines that Fenton produced, this line was made from the 1948 to the 1989. This bowl is an excellent example of American mid century art glass. It is 7 inches across including the handle, 6 1/4 inches across and 2 1/4 inches deep. It has crimped edges and a hand applied thumb handle. It is in excellent condition, no chips, and is an earlier pre logo piece and is not marked with the Fenton logo. Pieces made prior to 1963 were not marked and normally came with a paper label attached.

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Circa: 1948 to 1989
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Aqua Blue Dolphin Bon Bon Candy Dish Vintage Fenton Glass Aqua Blue Dolphin Handle Bon Bon Candy Dish with a Wheel Cut or Etched Floral Pattern. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For 102 years, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business. This piece is a light aqua blue, absolutely beautiful! It was made in the 1920's and has dolphin handles with a wheel etched floral pattern. It is 6 inches by 5 inches across and about 2 1/2 inches tall measuring to the top of the handles, it is in excellent condition, no chips. Unmarked as it is an early piece, a fabulous addition to your collection.

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Circa: 1920
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Blue Carnival Pansy Handled Dish Rare Vintage Fenton Glass Blue Carnival Pansy Pattern Handled Dish. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For 102 years, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business.

This piece is blue carnival glass, it has the hard to find Pansy pattern, absolutely beautiful! It was made from 1970 to 1980, is 5 1/2 inches across not including the handle and about 2 1/4 inches deep. It is marked on the bottom with the Fenton logo and is in excellent condition, no chips.

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Circa: 1970 to 1980
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Glass Hobnail Glass Ruffled Bowl in Ruby Red Fenton Glass Hobnail Glass Ruffled Bowl in Ruby Red. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia. This cruet is one of the early pieces, it is the Hobnail pattern, it does not have the pontil mark and is unmarked as are all of the early Fenton pieces.

The Hobnail line was one of the most successful lines that Fenton produced, and is a long time favorite of collectors, this piece was made around 1940. This bowl is an excellent example of American mid century art glass. It is 7 1/2 inches across and 2 1/4 inches deep and in excellent condition, no chips. It is an earlier pre logo piece and is not marked with the Fenton logo, pieces made prior to 1963 were not marked and normally came with a paper label attached.

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Circa: 1940
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Milk Glass Hobnail Tall Candle Holder Beautiful Vintage Fenton Milk Glass Hobnail Tall Candleholder. This line is one of the largest and most successful patterns ever produced, this pattern was produced from 1959 to 1989. Fenton began marking all their glass in 1973 so any piece without the Fenton logo was made prior to 1973.
This candleholder is 6 inches tall and 4 1/8 inches across the bottom, is in excellent condition, unmarked so it dates prior to 1973. It would be a wonderful addition to your collection or a beautiful decorative piece!

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Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Hobnail Milk Glass Cream and Sugar Vintage Fenton Hobnail White Milk Glass Cream and Sugar. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For 102 years, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business. The hobnail pattern is one of the most popular patterns made by Fenton and remains very popular among collectors of today. This set is about 3 inches tall and 3 1/4 inches across, both are in excellent condition, both are unmarked so they date prior to 1973
Circa: 1960 to 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Hobnail Milk Glass Candle Holder Holds 3 Candles Vintage Fenton Hobnail Milk Glass Ruffled Three Candle Holder. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For 102 years, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business. The hobnail pattern is one fo the most popular patterns that Fenton produced and is a favorite of collectors. This candle holder has three holes, it holds a smaller size candle, the holes are about 1/2 inches across, the bowl is 8 1/4 inches across and about 3 1/2 inches deep.

It is in excellent condition, a fabulous addition to your collection. Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern as well as other pieces of milk glass
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton White Milk Glass Small Ruffled Vase Fenton White Milk Glass Ruffled Vase in the rose bowl shape. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For 102 years, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business. This vase is unmarked so was made before 1973, it is 3 3/4 inches tall and about 4 3/4 inches across.

It is in excellent condition, no chips, estimated age is 1960 to 1970. Please see our other listings for additional pieces of Fenton Glass as well as other pieces of milk glass
Circa: 1960 to 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Cranberry Beaded Melon Ruffled Vase Vintage Fenton Cranberry Beaded Melon Ruffled Vase. This is a stunning piece! Beautiful cranberry color with a ruffled edge, made in the late 1980's as part of Fenton's Art Glass line, perfect size for a dresser or entry table!

It is about 5 3/4" tall at the highest point, about 3 1/2" across the mouth and about 3 3/4" across the widest part of the center of the vase, it is in excellent condition, no chips and no stains. An outstanding addition to your collection or home decor.

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Circa: 1980's
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass Company  

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Fenton Art Glass Carnival Plate Craftsman of America 1970 Vintage Fenton Art Glass Carnival Plate, made in 1970 and plate number 1 in the Craftsman of New America Series. This is a beautiful piece! It has dark purple carnival and the plate depicts an early glass blower.

It is 8 1/4 inches across, has the Fenton paper label and it is in excellent condition, no chips. An outstanding addition to your collection or home decor.

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Circa: 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Art Glass  

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Anitque Fenton Glass Orange Tree Carnival Glass Candy Compote Anitque Fenton Glass Orange Tree Carnival Glass Candy Compote. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, their earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened their own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

For over 102 years Fenton has produced quality glass, pieces made prior to 1973 are not marked with the Fenton Logo. Fenton has hand crafted some of our loveliest American collectible art glass and continues to be a family run business.

This piece is marigold carnival glass, absolutely beautiful! It was made in 1910, is 3 inches tall and 4 1/2 inches across, it is in excellent condition, no chips.

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Circa: 1910
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Glass Silvercrest Handpainted Strawberries Vase Vintage Fenton Glass Silvercrest Flung Vase with a Handpainted pattern of Strawberries, painted by N Roberts. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

This pattern was introduced by Fenton in 1943, this piece has handpainted strawberries on both the front and back, signed on the bottom by N Roberts. Fenton artists signed their pieces with their full names through 1960, so this piece probably dates to the 1970's or 1980's. It is 7 3/4 inches tall by about 2 1/2 inches across the base. It has the Fenton logo with Fenton in an oral circle on the bottom and is in excellent condition, no chips.

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Circa: 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Vintage Fenton Art Glass Ruby Bowl Scalloped Edges Stunning! Vintage Fenton Art Glass Ruby Bowl with a Scalloped Edge. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

This piece has an estimated age of 1940 to 1950, it is a very dark color of ruby red, darker then it shows in the picture. This bowl is also an excellent example of American art glass. It is 6 1/2" across and 2 1/2" deep at the tip of each scallop, and is in excellent condition, no chips. It is an earlier pre logo piece and is not marked with the Fenton logo, pieces made prior to 1963 were not marked and normally came with a paper label attached.

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Circa: 1940 to 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Glass Satin Handpainted Daisy Flung Vase Sally Webster Vintage Fenton Satin Glass Flung Vase with a Handpainted pattern of yellow daisies on both sides, hand painted by Sally Webster. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.

Fenton artists signed their pieces with their full names through 1960, so this piece dates to the 1950s or 1960's. It is 7 1/4 inches tall by about 2 1/2 inches across the base. It is in excellent condition, no chips and quite heavy for the size of the piece.

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Circa: 1960 to 1970
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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Fenton Glass Amberina Ruby Red Rose Pattern Fairy Lamp Shade Vintage Fenton Glass Amberina Ruby Red Fairy Lamp Shade with a large Rose Pattern. set of two. This pattern was produced in the 1960's by Fenton Art Glass, it is one of the harder to find patterns.

This piece is a beautiful color of amberina, a rich ruby red that is often mistaken as ruby glass. It has an all over pattern of a large rose surrounded by leaves, it is about 3 1/2 inches across the top of the shade, 2 inches across the bottom and about 3 1/3 inches across tall. Perfect replacement to your fairy lamps that have missing shades. Both are in excellent condition, no chips, perfect addition to your collection!

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Circa: 1960's
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Fenton Glass  

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