Circa 1930's - 1940's Fenton milk glass two #814 Bottles and one #93 covered candy (a set). These came as a set and should remain a set for this sale. The decoration was applied by Abels, Wasserberg & Co. and is part of their "Charleton" line. The decoration is red geometric enameling with small gold starbursts in-between them. Basically a brocade decoration with gold trim along the foot, finials, rings and scalloped rims. This is not a color crested Fenton pattern it is solid milk glass through the crests and has the same design and line numbers as the crested patterns. The only wear is to the gold where it was handled otherwise all pieces are in excellent condition without chips or cracks. The candy box measures 5" (H) with lid, 4.5" (W) at the opening, 3-7/8" (W) at the foot. The bottles are 9" (H) with stoppers in place, 7/8" (W) opening, 5" (W) around widest part and 3-1/4" (W) at the foot. A beautiful and scarce set.
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