Saturday, April 18, 2015

Last Chance at the Giveaway!

I will be selecting a winner--and getting back to blogging after this long break--tomorrow, so if you have not yet left a comment, please check the last post and leave a comment quickly so your name can be entered!

Here's what's up for grabs: three winners will receive one of these gorgeous amberina compotes, made by Fenton Art Glass Company of West Virginia. Fenton is no longer making art glass; its focus has shifted to glass beads, so this glass will become more valuable with time.





Most readers of this blog know that in addition to being a storyteller I am a glass fanatic, and that I also sell glass and other antique and vintage items in antique malls in Marietta, Ohio, Ravenswood, WV and Parkersburg, WV. I also list on ebay as seller grannysu, and have a Facebook page for this business, Bird in Hand Antiques, Vintage and Retro. I love sharing beautiful things with others, and these three compotes seemed like the perfect giveaway.

So get your comments in to get in on the drawing, and enjoy the fun!



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13 comments:

Marilla Monroe said...

They are beautiful. I got a vase from GW of all places, for about $5. I think It's called the thumb print? pattern. I love it.

Debbie Couture said...

Is this where we comment to enter your contest? I don't see how to get to a previous blog. The compote bowls are pretty.

THERESA BELL said...

Gorgeous Susanna

Jeannie Marie said...

I visited a Fenton glass place near Marietta, OH about 40 years ago and still have a little pair of cute ducks that I bought. I put them out every spring.

Anonymous said...

thought I posted before but it's not here. I'll try again.

Debbie Couture said...

Thought I posted before but I'll try again.

Barb Gage said...

Glass has a special place in my heart. Maybe this is because of the time I've spent in Catholic Churches. The way light plays through colored glass has always fascinated me. My best friend and I have a tradition of exchanging glass art pieces we find. When I taught chemistry I did a display of glass with info on the elements that produce the color. What a rich tradition for WV!

Nance said...

I thought I posted too! but if not, here I am.

Anonymous said...

My daughter collects this glass. The Fenton bowls are so pretty!

Michelle Raines said...

Beautiful! I love Fenton.

jennifer nutter said...

The colors of these is stunning. It's sad that they are no longer making art glass I think the one with the smoother outside from above may be my favorite . All these pieces are Gorgeous !

Michelle said...

A nice piece of Fenton, please enter me in the give-away!

Colleen Denelsbeck said...

I think they are beautiful and I would love to win one!!

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