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Fenton Hobnail (#389) Blue Opal 6" Crimped Hand Vase

Fenton Hobnail (#389) Blue Opal 6" Crimped Hand Vase

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: Glass
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Fenton Blue Opalescent Hobnail (#389) 6" Crimped Hand Vase

Company Maker: The Fenton Art Glass Company

Pattern: Hobnail

Item: #389 (Hobnail) 6" Crimped Hand Vase

Color: Blue Opalescent

Production Dates: 1942 - 1943

Postage And Insurance Is Only $8.00 With The Purchase Of This Item

Item Condition: Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. All the hobs on this piece have been checked. Beautiful Color!

Description / About: 6" Crimped Hand Vase: 6 1/4" H. - 4 1/4" W. Very short production span (42 - 43) which explains why this vase is so scarce.

Blue Opalescent Hobnail - Fenton introduced the Hobnail pattern in Blue Opalescent in 1940. The original period of production continued through December of 1954. Blue Opalescent Hobnail was reintroduced to the Fenton line in July 1959 and was discontinued in December of 1964. Hobnail in Blue Opalescent was revived once more in July 1978. Hobnail in this beautiful blue color was discontinued from the line in the early 1980s. Fenton also produced pieces of the Blue Opalescent Hobnail pattern for Levay, and L.G. Wright in the early 80s .
Fenton Blue Opalescent Hobnail (#389) 6" Crimped Hand Vase

Company Maker: The Fenton Art Glass Company

Pattern: Hobnail

Item: #389 (Hobnail) 6" Crimped Hand Vase

Color: Blue Opalescent

Production Dates: 1942 - 1943

Postage And Insurance Is Only $8.00 With The Purchase Of This Item

Item Condition: Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. All the hobs on this piece have been checked. Beautiful Color!

Description / About: 6" Crimped Hand Vase: 6 1/4" H. - 4 1/4" W. Very short production span (42 - 43) which explains why this vase is so scarce.

Blue Opalescent Hobnail - Fenton introduced the Hobnail pattern in Blue Opalescent in 1940. The original period of production continued through December of 1954. Blue Opalescent Hobnail was reintroduced to the Fenton line in July 1959 and was discontinued in December of 1964. Hobnail in Blue Opalescent was revived once more in July 1978. Hobnail in this beautiful blue color was discontinued from the line in the early 1980s. Fenton also produced pieces of the Blue Opalescent Hobnail pattern for Levay, and L.G. Wright in the early 80s .

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