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Posted 3 years ago

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wingletts
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Measures 5 " length
Ht. approx 2"
Has heel on it...glass

This glass shoe is so pretty, but not a glass person to identify...just would like to fiind out who made this and how old is this.
I would says back in 1950's??? 1960's

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  1. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    For many years these 'glass slippers' were made by many many glass companies, especially in this 'Daisy and Button' design. As a result it is very difficult to attribute to any specufic maker. Mosser Glass still has a line of glass slippers in their current catalog today.
  2. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    THANKS TALLCAKES

    I was looking, your right...too bad I can't wear them.....just one.
  3. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
    me thinks that perhaps the continuing intrigue with the 'glass slipper' must be entwined with the centuries old tale of Cinderella.
  4. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Correct, go and check out the spooner glass again, and see wht link I put up...sell that darn thing..lol..split..
  5. Pamela41, 3 years ago
    It looks to me like it is a Fenton slipper, my mother had some in different colors.
  6. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Pamela41, it was my AUNTS and she does have some Fenton...I just don;t know what it is...
  7. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Hey where is my Fenton???, is this a Fenton glass shoe???
  8. fenton-hobnail fenton-hobnail, 3 years ago
    wingletts, i beleive this shoe is made by fenton. it is called the button and daisy pattern. very nice i love the clear crystal color. thanks for sharing!
  9. wingletts wingletts, 3 years ago
    Thanks Fenton, I was told this by a antique friend that comes over and has a shop but he doesn't mess with Fenton...let me know....anything else what it might be worth if you can.

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