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Posted 6 years ago


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I have NOT seen this color in the Fenton collections, it has Amethyst,Amber AND Green colors as you turn it in the light, so I'm not sure what I have here? Lenox? Can anyone tell me? Chelly ...thanks

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  1. sassybass50, 6 years ago
    Most of the Fenton, I've seen on-line is Milk glass...and only saw 3 pieces, in this color was only 1...but was called April Shower? This does not have the knobs coming down the side of it! There are no markings on it..other than a paper label on the bottom that says it belonged to my Gr Ma, and dated 1897...
  2. sassybass50, 6 years ago
    Can anyone IDENTIFY this Vase...for what it really is? please help me on this...thanks so much
  3. sassybass50, 6 years ago
    If it isn't a Fenton,can you tell me what it is? I saw it ONCE in an Antique book of prices, back about 8-9 yrs ago, at a Borders Book store...and it was listed then as $180.oo resale value! I just don't remember after that long, what name was on it!?
  4. Hedgewalker Hedgewalker, 6 years ago
    Possibly Imperial?
  5. TallCakes TallCakes, 6 years ago
    I 'think' this may be a Northwood vase in the color they called russet. You can check and compare at Shetlar Glass and do some googling to see what you think.
  6. Mrj303 Mrj303, 6 years ago
    Fenton didn't start making glass until 1907

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