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Rare Fenton Hanging Hearts Vase 1925

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American Art Glass1278 of 1317Jefferson Opalescent Stripe Vase ( Uranium Glass ) Quezal c. 1910.
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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Fenton started with carnival glass then made stretch glass and in 1925 decided to "go all the way" and make hand blown art glass. The skilled workers were given a one year contract. The art glass was so expensive to produce that at the end of the year sales were slow and the men were let go. Therefore this line was produced for one year only in 1925. Today these pieces are rare and expensive. My vase is in the Hanging Hearts decor in Antique Green.

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    1. Mrj303 Mrj303, 11 years ago
      Very nice! I just acquired a hanging hearts egg. I will have to post a picture later.
    2. famatta127 famatta127, 11 years ago
      Your collection of the best American glass is wonderful. This rare piece is a real find! Keep them coming.
    3. wingletts wingletts, 11 years ago
      and beautiful, I really enjoy all the pieces you keep putting up.................
    4. Coopergirl Coopergirl, 4 years ago

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