Question: Where is the Fenton logo on carnival glass?

Examine carnival glass for an oval logo starting from about 1970. The first Fenton logo to be stamped into the glass was the word Fenton inside of an oval. It can be found on carnival glass pieces including vases, dishes, and decorative items that were made starting in 1970.

Is Fenton Carnival Glass marked?

Fenton, which continued to make carnival glass until they closed down in 2007, placed an oval mark on their pieces with the company name, though many of their pieces will have no mark at all. Most of their carnival glass work featured nature designs and crimped edges.

How can you tell if milk glass is Fenton?

How can you tell if milk glass is Fenton? Usually, you can find a sticker that will identify a milk glass as Fenton glass. Check near the bottom of the glass for an oval sticker with the word Fenton on it. There also may be an oval stamp in the glass with the word Fenton on it to identify it as Fenton glass.

How can you tell if a shoe is Fenton Glass?

The mould shape is the main shape of an item including the base and mid-section. The measurement and shape of the base and the main shape of the item can help identify if is Fenton. This is important when collecting Stretch Glass as many of the companies that made Stretch Glass produced very similar items.

Which carnival glass is most valuable?

According to Colleywood Carnival Glass, the following colors are among the rarest and most valuable:Fenton Ambergina - a deep orange-red tone.Northwood Marigold - a warm-toned deep yellow.Fenton Cherry Red - a dark, glowing red.Northwood Black Amethyst - a very dark purple that appears almost black.More items

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