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Fenton Water Sets / Tumblers - Part 5
FENTON WATER SETS / TUMBLERS - Part 5
Engraved Daisy Water set
ENGRAVED DAISY: While this specific design is not shown in any of the Fenton books that we have for reference, there are other such etched or cut designs, such as Engraved Grape. This style was popular during the 1914-1917 timeframe as the more heavily iridized patterns were giving way to Depression glass.
LATTICE & GRAPE: Blue, marigold and white sets are not easily found in today's market. Prices are usually quite reasonable.
FLORAL & GRAPE: Amethyst, blue, green, marigold and white are colors to look for in the Fenton version of this water set. The Fenton pitchers have ribbing which leans to the right, while the Dugan version offers ribs which lean to the left.
MILADY: To our way of thinking this is one of the most elegant designs found on water sets! The late John Britt called those sprite flowers Bachelor Buttons. There are a few marigold sets, and very few in amethyst. Blue is the dominant color found. The amethyst examples are usually poorly iridized, but rare as they are, perhaps that could be overlooked.
Dean & Diane Fry, 07/09
Pray for one another. ----- James 5:16
Prayer is a conversation with God, not a formula.
However, five-finger prayers might be used as a “method” to freshen up our prayer time.
*When you fold your hands, the thumb is nearest you. Begin by praying for those closest to you-your loved ones. (Philippians1:3-5)
*The index finger is the pointer. Pray for those who teach.
*The next finger is the tallest. It should remind you to pray for those in authority over you---national and local leaders.
(1 Timothy 2:1-2)
* The fourth finger, usually the weakest should be used to pray for those who are in trouble or who are suffering.
*Then comes your little finger, reminding you of your smallness in relation to the greatness of God. Ask Him to supply your needs.
Our prayers ascend to God's throne in heaven, regardless of the “method” we use.
The condition of our heart which matters more than the words we pray.
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