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Thread: Fenton? Consolidated? Other? ... You be the judge

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    Jan 2013
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    Fenton? Consolidated? Other? ... You be the judge

    Ok, so I picked this beauty up today bc I thought it looked a lot like Fenton art glass. Much to my dismay, no Fenton pattern like this one.

    A quick google search lead me to the Consolidated Glass Company, rose bowl.

    I almost fell off my chair when I saw these prices for some of these pieces.

    I can't find one with this pattern (flowers, birds).

    Any ideas? Age? Pattern? Value?

    How I wish I had enough money to quit my day job!!! I LOVE thrift store shopping!!
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    If it's fenton, it should be marked as such

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    Jan 2011
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    Love it. I don't know anything about it but wish you luck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digging wv View Post
    If it's fenton, it should be marked as such
    Before 1973 many Fenton pieces were marked with paper labels which can easily be washed off.

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    3rd great buy - you are on one heck of a roll mjm579. Thanks for sharing...
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    almost every town of medium size in west virginia had a glass factory...because of the cheap gas and the sand.....maybe l.c. wright or viking.....or a double handful of others....its nice......

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    I've seen these rose bowls listed as Fenton, Consolidated, Mt. Washington, Victorian, English, Bavarian, etc.
    I think it's probably an American made piece but there is really no way to prove it that I know of, so it could be English. Probably early-mid 1900's, hand decorated, Pink Satin glass Rose bowl. It is called a rose bowl because that is what it was used for, rose petals. In the Victorian era, rose bowls were filled with rose petals to add fragrance to a room.
    It's a nice piece.

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    Jan 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    I've seen these rose bowls listed as Fenton, Consolidated, Mt. Washington, Victorian, English, Bavarian, etc.
    I think it's probably an American made piece but there is really no way to prove it that I know of, so it could be English. Probably early-mid 1900's, hand decorated, Pink Satin glass Rose bowl. It is called a rose bowl because that is what it was used for, rose petals. In the Victorian era, rose bowls were filled with rose petals to add fragrance to a room.
    It's a nice piece.
    I think I need to go to my local thrift stores with you. You are a wealth of information. Thanks for helping me out so many times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duffytrash View Post
    almost every town of medium size in west virginia had a glass factory...because of the cheap gas and the sand.....maybe l.c. wright or viking.....or a double handful of others....its nice......
    Thanks Duff! I've still got my eyes peeled for some nice marbles.
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