Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Ruffled Mayonnaise Bowl with Liner Plate
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Vintage Fenton Glass Silver Crest Ruffled Mayonnaise Bowl with Liner Plate. Fenton Glass was established in 1905 by Frank and John Fenton in Martin's Ferry, Ohio, the earliest pieces were hand painted on blanks from other glass companies. Unable to get the quantity of glass they needed, they decided to make their own glass and 1907 the opened there own glass factory in Williamstown, West Virginia.
The Silver Crest pattern was formed by applying a crystal edge to milk glass pieces Silver Crest was the most popular and longest running Crest pattern that Fenton produced. Fenton introduced Silver Crest into the line in 1943 and it was an instant success. In the 1950's Silver Crest production diminished when producing milk glass Hobnail was the priority. However, during the 1960's there was an renewed interest in Silver Crest. Production peaked in the 1960's and the pattern was discontinued except for a few pieces in 1970, and in 1980 production on the few pieces that were made ceased.
The mayo bowl is 5" across by about 2 1/2" deep, the liner plate is 6" across, both pieces are in excellent condition, no chips. This set would be a fabulous addition to your collection! Please see our other listings for additional pieces in this pattern. Shipping is less for combined purchases then the above quoted individual cost per item combined and will be adjusted after your order is placed.
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- Type / Pattern
- Silver Crest
- Fenton Glass
- 1943 to 1980
- Country of Origin
- United States
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- Mayonnaise Bowl with Liner Plate