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    Posted 1 year ago

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    This vase is 8.25" high x 5.25' top diameter x 2.75" bottom diameter. It is cased glass with white, brown and clear layers. I had never heard of "Fenton International" before I found this vase. In 2008 Fenton split their offerings into two lines, Fenton USA (made in the USA) and Fenton International (imported). As far as I have been able to determine art glass in the Fenton International line was made in China with a Fenton logo on the bottom. This vase appears in Fenton's 2009 catalog. I have read that Fenton contracted with Teleflora to provide these vases as florist ware, but they were also available in their gift shop. I suspect that not many total pieces were made in their International line. If nothing else, pieces from this line are an interesting look into the eventual demise of Fenton's art glass lines.

    I contacted Fenton to ask about the Chinese glass factories that manufactured glass for Fenton and got the following reply from one of the Fentons:

    "We would always work through agents and although we would visit the factories the specific names were handled by the agent. Much of the data was in files that no longer exist but I can give you some examples:

    The anniversary glass was done in the Shanxi Province around Taiyuan and it was done in several different factories as they had problems with our quality requirements.

    The cranberry glass was done in a factory along the North Korean border.

    The fused glass was done a couple of hours west of Shanghai.

    Sorry I couldn't be of more help. "

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    1. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thank you Karen, vynil33rpm and Jenni!
    2. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks for loving my made in China Fenton vase aura, Broochman, Thomas, vetraio50, fortapache and blunderbuss2!
    3. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      I sent an email to Fenton, asking them if they know the maker for their Chinese glass. Waiting for a reply.

      Thanks for loving my Chinese Fenton vase PeopleWatcher, Nicefice and aura!
    4. Trey Trey, 1 year ago
      Very nice :)
    5. kwqd kwqd, 1 year ago
      Thanks Trey, bobby725, PeopleWatcher and Nicefice!

      I heard back from Fenton about the Chinese makers of Fenton International Glass. I am adding it to the original post.
    6. kwqd kwqd, 12 months ago
      Thanks Karen. For a real fan of Fenton Art Glass these are bittersweet. Folks are asking crazy money for these on ebay. I don't think they realize they were "Made in China".

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