Made off-hand by a team of four European workers, Fritz Ahlberg, F. Brandt, Oscar Eckstedt, and William Peterson who were at Fenton for just a year created this graceful vase. During our research we found one of the more frequent questions asked about Mosaic is the confusion with similar glass imported from Europe, primarily Czechoslovakia, from about 1925 to 1935. Many of those pieces were marked with paper labels and today when those labels are missing is when the confusion comes. The Fenton pieces, are almost without exception, larger.The pieces are also heavier than the European. Also most of the European pieces have not been a black amethyst glass. We address this as this piece does still retain its original Fenton factory paper label on the base.
You can refer to William Heacock's. Fenton Glass: the First 25 Years. For additional information on Mosaic glass.
We hope you find our pictures clear, the colors are accurate and true. It stands a very impressive 11 inches tall.The item "1925 Fenton 11 Inch Iridescent Threaded Mosaic Art Glass Vase Catalog #3008" is in sale since Wednesday, April 17, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\North American\Fenton".whiskers" and is located in Henrico, Virginia.
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