FENTON FLYER FOTOS

This page is designed to complement The Fenton FlyerThe Fenton Flyer is printed in black and white, with color highlights on several pages, but without full color photos.  We hope the members of the NFGS enjoy viewing the photos in color, and the visitors to the NFGS website enjoy them and are curious to learn more about the articles they represent.  To learn more about the NFGS or to join, please visit the Membership page by clicking on the title in the panel on the left or on the bottom of this page.

 

 

 

"Off E-Bay Finds" ..................... by Ckris Cord

Off E-Bay Finds appears in every issue of the Fenton Flyer.

 

1 - GOLDENROD FAN VASE (top right)

2 - EMERALD CREST TOP HAT VASE (row 2 left) 

3 - ROSALENE SILVER CREST TOP HAT (row 2 right) 

4 - BURMESE DIAMOND LACE EPERGNE (row 3 left)

5 - LOUISE PIPER PANSIES ON SILVER CREST (row 3 right)

6 - WISTERIA OPALESCENT MINI BUD VASE (row 4 left)

 

 

 
 John Walk offered a display of Fenton cruets

 


  

 Below are photos that appeared in the October/November issue of the Fenton Flyer.

Frank Would Have  Loved This........by Tom Smith

 National Fenton Glass Society  

 2007 Convention Highlights.....

 

Fenton's "Sophisticated Ladies" vases were among the pieces on  display during the seminar given by Roserita Ziegler.

"Collector's Corner" ...The Hall's are featured in this issue  

 

 

Ken and Betty Hall's table display of Fenton's Ivory Crest

 

 "Off E-Bay Finds" ...................... by Ckris Cord

Off E-Bay Finds appears in every issue of the Flyer.

 

Amber Hurricane Lamp Base

Ruby Overlay Diamond Optic Hurricane Lamp (center)

 Aqua Crest Candle Holder

Ruby Overlay Melon Vase

Green Opalescent Spiral        Optic Basket

Goldenrod Condiment Set

 

 

NFGS 2007 CONVENTION TABLE DISPLAYS

HAPPY BIRTHDAY FENTON!  100 YEARS OF GLASS by Kathy & Tim Eichholz   

Photo #1 : #629 crystal enameled and satinized pitcher with Drapery interior and scallop-crimped top. Photo #2 : #628 crystal enameled pitcher and tumbler.     Photo #3 :  #821 “Cannonball Variant” with marigold iridescence, “Magnolia” enameled decoration and Drapery  optic interior.

 Alice and Jim Rose's display of French Opalescent hobnail glass

 
 
 Bill Crowl's lilac glass, made by Fenton in 1932

 
 Larry Noe's display of early Fenton glass
 
 
 Sharon and Alan Fenner's table display of sand carved glass