I have numerous reference books. I prefer John Walk's books. His Big Book of Fenton is a great start. You will learn the moulds and details about Fenton glass and you will be able to easily identify most Fenton glass.
Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to acquire Fenton Art Glass Company "memorabilia" at auction! On Monday, July 27, auctioneer Randy Clark will sell 50 lots (numbers 100 to 149A) consigned by Fenton.
There are postcards (one from 1907!), photos (Dave Fetty in 1975!) and snapshots, original copper printing plates from 1909-1911, many glassworkers' tools (including basket handler's marks), offhand birds made by skilled glassworker Delmer Stowasser (see photo at left), and some wonderful one-of-a-kind Fenton articles decorated by Robin Spindler, Kim Barley and Frances Burton.
This auction begins at 10 a.m. EDT on Monday, July 27, at Randy Clark's Auction Gallery in Dexter City, Ohio (just off I-77 about 20 miles north of Williamstown). Pictures and and a descriptive listing of items are available on Randy's website: http://www.randyclarkauctions.com so be sure to check back!
The Fenton Gift Shop is pleased to offer four new Limited Edition pieces, designed and handpainted by our award-winning Fenton Art Glass designers. Each piece will be handpainted, signed and dated by the artist. The Opal Satin Ghost figurine, Chessie Box and Alley Cat were handcrafted by Mosser Glass. The Cobalt Vase was made at Blenko glass. All of these pieces were handcrafted, using a Fenton mould, as exclusives for the Fenton Gift Shop.
Pre-orders for these Limited Edition items will be accepted until midnight (ET) on Wednesday, July 1, 2015.
Please call Fenton Gift Shop: 1-800-319-7793, ext. 342 or email: email@example.com. You may also request to have your email added to a mailing list in order to receive future notifications of limited editions as they become available. Fenton Gift Shop is open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. ET. and closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.