Fenton Aqua Blue Carnival Glass Peacock & Urn footed Compote
Here's another well known Carnival Glass pattern called Peacock and Urn, by the Fenton Art Glass company, and made beginning in 1912. This piece is shown exactly this way in Fenton the First 25 Years , page 48. They called the color " Aqua Blue". It is sprayed in a Marigold iridized color. This compote is a little harder to find in this color. It stands 5" tall, and is 6" in diameter at the ruffled top. It's in good condition with no chips or cracks, and no mineral deposit. There are the usual tiny air bubbles embedded inside the glass which can be seen in the photos.
This is normal for Carnival Glass from the early 1900's. This will make a great addition to any Canival Glass collection. The item "Fenton Aqua Blue Carnival Glass Peacock & Urn footed Compote" is in sale since Sunday, October 30, 2011. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\Carnival Glass\Vintage (Pre-1940)\Fenton".
The seller is "ainventor" and is located in Gibsonton, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Glassware Category: Carnival Glass
- Maker: Fenton
- Color: Aqua Blue
- Item: Footed Compote
- Pattern: Peacock & Urn
- Year of Production: 1912
- Object Type: Bowl
- Glassmaking Technique: Mold Pressed
- Style: Victorian
- Type of Glass: Iridized Carnival Glass
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
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