Question: Is Fenton always marked?

Yes, Fenton did not start using molded marks in their glass until the 1970s. The majority of Fenton was only marked with a sticker. Most of the stickers have been lost or removed over time.

How do you identify Fenton lamps?

How can you tell Fenton hobnail? To identify whether a piece of glass is Fenton glass, look for a sticker near the bottom of the item. The stickers are usually oval and may have scalloped or smooth edges. You may also see an oval with the word Fenton stamped into the glass if the piece was made after 1970.

Is Fenton Glass made in China?

We used to go there as children - and still visit whenever were down home. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find any good Fenton originals. And what is more disconcerting is that the Fenton gift store is stocked primarily with glass made in China.

Where was Fenton glass manufactured?

The Fenton factory is built in Williamstown, West Virginia. The first piece made on January 2, 1907, is a crystal cream pitcher with a Water Lily and Cattails pattern. Jacob Rosenthal is the factory manager and glass chemist.

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