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Fenton Hobnail Cranberry Opalescent #389 Handled Decanter - SCARCE

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COMPANY / MAKER: The Fenton Art Glass Company
PATTERN: Hobnail
ITEM: #389 Handled Decanter and Stopper
COLOR: Cranberry Opalescent
CIRCA: July 1941 - 1950
MEASUREMENT: 12 1/2" H. - 5 3/4" W.

CONDITION: We are pleased to offer for sale an exceptional cranberry opalescent Hobnail decanter. This decanter is guaranteed to circa the 1940s and 50s. This lovely piece is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. All the hobs on this piece have been checked. Beautiful Color! Great Opalescence. The handle has been examined and is flawless. The stopper has been factory ground to find the bottom and fits perfectly. The stopper is in perfect condition. These decanters are scarce and when found are seldom found in pristine condition

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Fenton Cranberry Opalescent Hobnail Handled #389 Decanter and Stopper


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COMPANY / MAKER: The Fenton Art Glass Company

PATTERN: Hobnail

ITEM: #389 Handled Decanter and Stopper

COLOR: Cranberry Opalescent

CIRCA: July 1941 - 1950

MEASUREMENT: 12 1/2" H. - 5 3/4" W. 

CONDITION: We are pleased to offer for sale an  exceptional cranberry opalescent Hobnail decanter.  This decanter is guaranteed to circa the 1940s and 50s.  This lovely piece is in Undamaged Conditionwithout chips, cracks, or mold damage.  All the hobs on this piece have been checked.  Beautiful Color! Great Opalescence.  The handle has been Fenton Cranberry Opal Hobnail Decanter Handleexamined and is flawless.  The stopper has been factory ground to find the bottom and fits perfectly.  The stopper is in perfect condition.  These decanters are scarce and when found are seldom found in pristine condition


Hobnail - (1935-2011) Fenton produced its first piece of Hobnail in the form of a lamp font in 1935. Since that time Fenton extended its line until  Hobnail became the most produced and most sought after pattern that Fenton ever produced. This pattern has been made in many of the colors that Fenton produced. Hobnail was made longer than any other pattern in the Fenton line. Pieces in newly produced colors are made each year. Because Fenton has marked its glassware since the early 1970s newer Hobnail items are easy for the collector to tell from older pieces.

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Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item.Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us.


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OUR US POSTAGE AMOUNTS ARE SHOWN IN THE SHIPPING TAB WITHIN THE LISTING. WE DO OFFER COMBINED SHIPPING. AS LONG AS YOU PURCHASE YOUR MULTIPLE ITEMS FROM THE SAME LISTING AT THE SAME TIME OUR CALCULATED POSTAGE WILL REFLECT THE DISCOUNT. IF NOT PLEASE ADD ALL ITEMS TO THE CART AND WRITE US BEFORE PAYING FOR YOUR ITEM AND WE WILL SEND YOU A REVISED INVOICE. WE CANNOT SEND A REVISED INVOICE AFTER THE PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE.

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Fenton Art Glass
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Hobnail Handled Decanter
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
CIRCA July 1941 - 1950

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