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Fenton - Part 35
FENTON – Part 35
11 in. FANTAIL Chop Plate
FANTAIL Chop Plate - 11 inch diameter.
FANTAIL with Butterfly & Berry Ext. 8.5 in. Bowl in Marigold.
FANTAIL with Butterfly & Berry Exterior 8.5 in. Bowl in Marigold.
FANTAIL or Comet 3-1 edge Bowl. 9 inch.
FANTAIL or Comet 3-1 edge Bowl. 9 inch.

FANTAIL:  Essentially, the pattern is found as the interior design of the basic Butterfly and Berry ball-footed mould. A couple of chop plates in marigold are known, along with a couple in blue.  Bowls can be ice cream shaped, 3/1 edge or ruffled. Blue, green and marigold are colors for the vintage pieces. Fenton reproduced the bowl in the 1970s. Colors: blue, amethyst and red.

LITTLE FISHES Sauce in Aqua.
5.5 in. Ameth. LITTLE FISHES
LITTLE FISHES in Amethyst - 5.5 inch diameter.
Marigold LITTLE FISHES -6 in
LITTLE FISHES in Marigold - 6 inch diameter.

LITTLE FISHES:  These are footed sauces-5”-6” in size: Amethyst, aqua, blue, celeste, and marigold.
The 9”-10” bowls are also footed. They can be ruffled or ice cream shape. Blue and marigold are standard colors. A single ice green bowl is known, along with 2 ice cream shaped white examples; one having been in the late Don Moore collection for a number of years. The second example has some slight damage and was in the Grace and Byron Rinehart collection for many years. A chop plate in marigold is known.

APPLE TREE-Marigold over Moonstone-Courtesy Bob Smith.
APPLE TREE - Marigold over Moonstone.
Courtesy Bob Smith

APPLE TREE Tumbler: Marigold over moonstone or milk glass. Tumbler collector Bob Smith owns this single known example.
Blue and marigold and white are the known colors in vintage water sets. Fenton created some new bright red tumblers and some green pitchers with Fenton stamped on the bottom.

Mgld. VINTAGE Bonbon-Sq shape--Ameth. VINTAGE Bonbon Card Tray
VINTAGE Bonbon - Square shape - Marigold. VINTAGE Bonbon Card Tray - Amethyst.

VINTAGE Bonbon with opalized handles..
VINTAGE Bonbon with opalized handles.

VINTAGE Bonbon:  Amethyst, blue, green and marigold are the basic colors.  Occasionally, a peach opal example surfaces. This basically blue bonbon having the “opalized handles” is somewhat unusual! This handled bonbon shape is actually scarce when compared to the bowls known in this pattern!

TWO FRUITS BonBon. 6 in. diam. x 2.5 in. deep.
TWO FRUITS BonBon. 6 in. diam. x 2.5 in. deep.

TWO FRUITS Bonbon:  Blue, green, and marigold are the colors known in this rather scarce bonbon. They are usually round shape, but occasionally this more  square shaping appears. The pattern appears only on the bonbon shape.

8 in. HEART & VINE  Bowls-green & marigold
HEART & VINE  Bowls - green and marigold - 8 inch.
HEART & VINE Bowl-9 in. in Blue
HEART & VINE Bowl - in Blue - 9 inch.

HEART and VINE:  The tightly crimped edge reduces the size of the bowl about an inch when compared to a six-ruffled version! Amethyst, blue, green and marigold bowls, along with blue, green and marigold plates are found in this pattern. Spector’s Department Store Advertising plates in marigold utilize this basic design, as well. Exterior displays the Bearded Berry design.

Dean & Diane Fry, 3-13
The writer to the Hebrews, in that great “heroes of faith” chapter, said this about Abraham
and other men and women of faith.

All these people were still living by faith when they died.
They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance.
And they admitted that they were aliens and strangers on earth.
People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own.
If they had been thinking of the country they had left, they would have had opportunity to return.
Instead, they were longing for a better country----a heavenly one.
Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for he has prepared a city for them
(Hebrews 11:13-16)
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