A Fenton Art Glass Company wine decanter in the New World pattern, which appears on page 97 of John Walk's reference book Fenton Rarities 1940 - 1985. This decanter is made of cranberry opalescent glass and is stunning with long opalescent stripes and a height of almost 12 inches to the lip. The striped pattern is called a rib optic.
It was in the line around the late 1950's/early 1960's. Matching goblets were also produced. This piece has no chips or damage, but the stopper is different from the one pictured in the reference book.
An unusual piece of Fenton in a highly prized color.