Fenton Glass Vase, 1975 Labyrinth Cobalt White Swirls Vase Dave Fetty 125/700
Dave Fetty joined Fenton Art Glass in 1965, and he worked closely with artisan Robert Barber in the mid-1970s, designing and making some of Fenton's first limited edition pieces. Later, as a production supervisor and trainer, Dave helped other Fenton glassworkers develop special skills. Although he retired in 1998, Dave continues to contribute his design and glassmaking talents to Fenton.
Here we have an excellent example of a Dave Fetty Labyrinth Vase. Difficult to find this design in any condition, this gorgeous Fenton glass vase from 1975 is in amazing condition. Sometimes this vase is referred to as a swirls vase. The color combination of cobalt and white play off each other very well. This vase was hand blown and is a limited edition. This is number 125 out of 700 and is signed by Dave himself on the bottom. Don't miss out on this opportunity to add one to your collection.
Exceptional vase in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. I cannot detect any repairs or modifications.
Authentic Fenton Art Glass.
All pictures are original and un-edited.
Dimensions are H: 9 ", Rim: 2 1/8", Base: 2 1/2" ID 2221
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