Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Vase Signed By Bill Fenton

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 06,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
Up for auction is this beautiful Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Diamond Optic Vase from QVC. This was sold in 1997. This is inscribed with Bill Fenton signature and signature of who the vase was handpainted by. i am unable read the signature.
up for bids is a Fenton cranberry opalescentvase,handpainted with beaded floral.Signed by Bill Fenton,as well asthe paint artist,G.McGuffey.Limited edition of 6000 pieces,this one is 4749/6000,which is also etched on the bottom of the vase.Stands 8 inches in height,4 1/2 inches across the top.Handpainted pink rose on the front,with pink rose buds on the back.Vase is in mint condition!!!This was a piece from their "Museum Collection".Along with the vase comes a Certificate of Authenticity,again with Bill Fenton's signature.Great piece for the avid Fenton art glass collector.Any further questions feel free to ask,Happy Bidding!!!
This is handpainted with pink roses on the front and pink rose buds on the back and forget-me-not flowers. This has a handpainted beading on the vase.This is a limited edition of 6000 pieces, this is 5724/6000. This stands 8"tall by 4 1/2" wide across the top. This is in mint condition. T is no chips, cracks or repairs. This still has the Fenton sticker attached. This vase was a piece from Fenton's Museum Collection. This comes with the Museum Collection paper with Bill Fenton's signature. This has always been stored in my china cabinet. The Fenton Book value for QVC pieces is $85.
This comes from a smoke free home. If you have any questions please ask. Thanks for looking at my auction.
I will be listing more of my Fenton pieces. I am moving from a 3500 sq. ft. home to a 700 sq. ft. cabin. So check out my other auctions since I have around 35 pieces of Fenton to sell.

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