Fenton Dark Amethyst Dolphin Handled Carnival Glass on Pedestal Base c. 1980's

Fenton Dark Amethyst Dolphin Handled Carnival Glass on Pedestal Base c. 1980's

Regular price $49.50


Product Description:   Fenton Art Glass produced Carnival Glass from the 1907 through the 1920’s.  They re-introduced it in the late 1970’s which increased popularity.  It features an dark, amethyst base color with an iridescent sheen of blue, green and copper hues in different forms of light.  The highlight of this piece are the graceful, double dolphin handles.  The molded Fenton trademark in an oval is displayed on the bottom base.  This vintage glass does have wear to the rim although, it still boasts wonderful color and character as one of Fenton's fantastic timeless treasures!  

Note:  Not recommended for dishwasher use.  Hand wash only.

Height:  5 3/8"
Width:  5 3/4" (handle to handle)
Base Diameter:  3 1/2"

Maker:  Fenton Art Glass Company

Markings:  Molded Fenton trademark in oval with number 8 on bottom base

Circa:  1980's

Origin:  U.S.A.

Product Weight: 1 pound 6 ounces

Material:   Glass

Color:  Dark Amethyst with areas of blue, green and copper hues.

Condition:  Previously owned - used. No cracks or chips.  Noticeable wear with nicks and small scrapes around rim.  1" wear with scratches encircling below rim.  

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