Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Hobnail Tankard Jug

One of the more uncommon pieces in Fenton's Cranberry Opalescent treatment on the Hobnail pattern, this pitcher was only manufactured between 1940 and 1943.

It was ware number 389. It's 8.125" tall and 7" from handle to spout.

Condition: moderate wear to the edge of the bottom of the foot (shelf wear), no other wear or damage. no damage to any of the points of the hobs.

There's a closed bubble in the rim of the jug (see pic) which looks a bit like a blister. And there's a vertical patch on the side of the jug where the opalescent apparently didn't take when this piece was reheated. It can be seen when the handle is on the right-hand side.

These are manufacturing issues, and a minors ones at that, but we feel that condition reports should be as detailed as possible.

Item ID: 2379

$450 USD

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