Question: When did Fenton Glass go out of business?

Photo by Wayne Towner The Fenton Art Glass Co. factory operated for over a century in Williamstown, before closing in 2011.

Is Fenton glassware still in business?

Now the Fenton Art Glass Company has announce that it is not taking any new orders, and will be closing its doors by the end of October.

How long was Fenton Glass in business?

100 years Fenton Art Glass was in business for over 100 years. During that time, it created decorative and functional glassware pieces using only traditional methods. In its era, it was the largest United States-based manufacturer of colorful glass collectibles. Fenton Art Glass claim to fame was its stunning glass colors.

Where is Fenton glass made today?

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.

What is the oldest Fenton Glass?

Fentons carnival glass was first marketed as the golden sunset iridescent assortment in catalogs. In 1907 when these pieces first sold, they cost 85 cents.

Where was Fenton factory?

West Virginia Prompted in part by the desire to work with a broader range of colors, the brothers soon decided to produce their own glass, and opened the Fenton Art Glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia in 1907. In fact, Fenton introduced iridescent ware later that same year.

Where was Fenton Glass made?

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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