Warman's Fenton Glass
by Mark F. Moran

Fenton Glass

Paperback - 272 pages; Publisher: Krause Publications (August 7, 2006)
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Visually engaging photos offer collectors maximum identification assistance. Appeals to devoted fans of Fenton - thousands of collectors belonging to more than 20 chapters of the Fenton Art Glass Collectors of America. Features 100 years of Fenton glass. This vibrant guide to beautiful and practical Fenton glass is as portable as it is informative. Collectors will discover more than 775 color photos and collector values for Fenton glass from the past 100 years, to help make smart on-the-spot decisions at shows and auctions. This book includes: *Coverage of Fenton carnival, custard, stretch, colored depression and opalescent glass in an easy-to-use format *Individual listings with history, maker marks, detailed description and collector pricing, to help collectors assess their collection *Expertise and reliability associated with the Warman's Companion series, and responsible for helping collectors increase their knowledge of Fenton. With this book Fenton collectors won't have to sacrifice visual appeal to gain a practical, portable and affordable guide. This reference has it all!"



Warman's Fenton Glass: Identification and Price Guide
by Mark F. Moran

Price Guide

Paperback - pages; Publisher: Krause Publications (January 18, 2005)
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Fenton Art Glass is among the world's leading producers of collectible handmade art glass. Their beautiful creations have developed quite a following. This full-color guide for Fenton enthusiasts provides them with everything they want to know, including current pricing. With more than 1,200 full color photos of Fenton carnival glass, custard glass, stretch glass, colored depression glass and opalescent glass from the past 100 years of the company's history, identification is quick and easy. Each featured piece is listed with history, maker marks, description and current collector pricing, making this book a great reference for novice and expert Fenton collectors alike. Covers 100 years of Fenton glass -1,200 detailed color photos -Provides history, maker marks, description and current pricing.



The Big Book of Fenton Glass, 1940-1970
by John Walk, Joseph Gates

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Paperback - 208 pages; Publisher: Schiffer Publishing; 5th Rev edition (July 2005)
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This popular tour of sumptuous glass colors, decorative treatments, and forms (from baskets and bowls to sandwich trays and vases) produced by the famous Fenton Art Glass Company is back in a new edition, complete with new values for collectors. More than 840 color images provide a visual feast of the company's popular products, plus rare, unlisted, and experimental items. A brief history of the West Virginia company, listings of factory ware and mold numbers, a chronicle of the various colors produced in the many product lines, a bibliography, and values round out the eye-catching presentation.



Fenton Art Glass Colors and Hand-Decorated Patterns 1939-1980: Identification & Value Guide
by Margaret Whitmyer, Kenn Whitmyer

Value Guide

Hardcover - 224 pages; Publisher: Collector Books (December 2004)
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Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer's books on Fenton art glass have become standards in the field. Now they have compiled a third volume for their series, Fenton Art Glass Colors and Hand-Decorated Patterns, 1939 - 1980. While the book covers the same time period as their second volume, Fenton Art Glass Patterns, this volume features items not covered in their previous volumes, with chapters on carnival glass, milk glass, hand-decorated items, over-lay colors, opalescent glassware, opaque items, transparent glassware, and miscellaneous pieces. Presented in the same easy-to-use format as their other volumes, Fenton Art Glass Colors and Hand-Decorated Patterns is sure to please collectors. The detailed table of contents makes it easy to locate categories and specific items. A brief history on the Fenton company is provided, followed by more than 150 large, sharp color photographs and catalog pages with item numbers, colors, and current market values. Enjoy this latest volume by Fenton experts Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer.


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