This Fenton Art Glass Company bowl is among the rarest of special pieces. It has three colors of glass in the crest - the Fenton family didn't know it existed until 2003 when I showed it to Frank Fenton at a convention meeting. He confirmed that yes, it was Fenton, but 'management was never aware of it'! This was probably a 'lunchbox' piece - something a glassmaker made on his own and took home.
This bowl is stunning with the pretty blue of the aqua and the shiny clear crystal speparated by the bright white of the milk glass. The crimp is exquisitely ruffled. It was made in the 1930's or 1940's.
It measures 7 1/4 inches across and 4 inches high with no cracks or repairs. There is a 1/4 inch imperfection on the inside of the bowl that I believe is a tool mark. A piece worthy of the Fenton Museum in its day.