Fenton Art Glass began their glass decorating in 1905 in Ohio. They later built a glass plant in West Virginia and continued the hand painted glassware. During the 30s when finances were tight, the hand painting was phased out. After WW2 decorated glass became fashionable again and Fenton hired Louise Piper to start up the line again. Piper and others that she trained did quite well with their creations. Fenton continued to hire those of superior talent to create and paint. One of them was Beverly Cumberledge. This particular piece was done by her and also signed on the bottom, Bev Cumberledge. The compote is the satin lime sherbet with fluted top. These were made from 1973 to 1980. The compote is in excellent condition and is 4 inches high and 5 inches in diameter. This is a great opportunity to own a signed Cumberledge Fenton piece.
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