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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Just sharing some great Fenton finds. The vases are Blue Opalescent Coin Dot pattern w/ double ruffled edge. 11 in tall each. Paid $5 each for the pair. And to make it more was $5 each I paid with change :) The pitcher is 8 in tall and picked it up for $3 at my favorite thrift store. Nearly positive it's Fenton as well....."Coin Dot" pattern. The optics are great when displayed together. The pitcher has a very rough (one could easily cut themselves on it) pontil mark. Would figure Fenton would polish that. Could it possibly be older? It has the famous ribbed handle.

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    1. Sharky, 3 years ago
      The ashtrays are also Fenton...the green one I have had for years...the blue is a recent find. Really love the blue color.
    2. Sharky, 3 years ago
      Thanks for the loves everyone ;)
    3. TallCakes TallCakes, 3 years ago
      the pontil mark would rule out Fenton as maker of the pitcher; also that sharp angular crimping is not typical of Fenton.
    4. Sharky, 3 years ago
      That what i was thinking Tallcakes....concerning the Pontil. Do you think it could be older?
    5. Sharky, 3 years ago
      I have looked everywhere...most research led me to Fenton...but I did see several of the same color and ribbed handle that were much older. Could this be one of them?
    6. Sharky, 3 years ago
      One more thing....most of the Fenton ones I came across the color seems to be just a little different. The Fenton seems to be more Cranberry colored and less Purple/Plum.
    7. Sharky, 3 years ago
      It could be a "Colonial Jug" by the Beacon Glass Company....circa 1946/1947 in Vineland New Jersey
    8. Sharky, 3 years ago
      Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton Glass has a similar ruffle.

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