Thursday, March 19, 2009

Vintage Thingy Thursday

ColoradoLady is hosting Vintage Thingy Thursday…so I thought I would take the chance to visit her and participate.

My contribution to her “thingy” party is a pretty glass “thingy” that my husband bought for me several years ago.

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It is a Fenton Silver Crest Perch Rose Bowl…(Janet just told me it is a

"peach crest" by Fenton. The decorations are 'Charleston Roses'... Thanks Janet for the info.)

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I love the painting of the flowers and the sparkle of the “ruffledy” (I’m sure there is a more technical name for this, I just don’t know it") top of the glass bowl.

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10 comments:

  1. Welcome to Vintage Thingie Thursday! What a pretty little bowl. I just love the colors. Great addition to VTT.

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  2. Fenton items are generally quite lacy and feminine looking... very nice.

    Di
    The Blue Ridge Gal

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  3. How absolutely beautiful...and I also love the "ruffedy". (I don't know what it's called either), but I sure love it's dainty shape and colors. Happy VTT and have a lovely week.

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  4. Gorgeous rose bowl. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. that is a decorated "peach crest" by Fenton. The decorations are 'Charleston Roses'. It is worth 60-70 dollars in my Fenton Book. I think it's called a double crimped edge. I love Fenton, you have a beautiful piece.

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  6. beautiful bowl.. and pink makes it even more beautiful! I love it! thanks for sharing.. have a good weekend..

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  7. I just love vintage things! Suzanne is the bestest hostess ever! ;-) Bo

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  8. What a lovely piece of Fenton you have and even more special since it is a gift from hubby!

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  9. wow..how ornate & gorgeous :)

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  10. Very delicate looking bowl! Thanks for sharing!

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