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Fenton Vases - Part 7
FENTON Vases ?Part 7
Holzhauer catalog page - Imported Bottles and Shaving Paper Urns!
Courtesy Rick & Debbie Graham.
I was thinking about barber bottles and remembered something I saw in Keith E. Estep抯 book THE SHAVING MUG & BARBER BOTTLE BOOK. On page 193 there is a reproduction of a page from the L. Holzhauer Sons Catalog of barber supplies. On a page entitled: Imported Bottles and Shaving Paper Urns is pictured what I believe to be a Fenton Diamond and Rib jardinière-straight sided. I guess the urns were used to hold paper used to wipe shaving cream and whiskers onto? 厖.Pretty pricey @ 90 cents each!......... Oh! What the heck. I抣l take a dozen!
Green DIAMOND & RIB Jardiniere-$3100.Seeck Auction-7-10.
The DIAMOND & RIB Jardiniere is as it came from the mould梟ot swung. On occasion, one may be slightly flared and ruffled, as seen here in the green example. These are known in Amethyst, green, and marigold. (Check into FENTON VASES ?Part 2) for more on Jardiniere抯 and Funerals in this pattern. This 5 ¼?base mold is the one used to make the funeral vases.
6 in. DIAMOND RIB Whimsey.
Courtesy Wroda Auctions.
Both known examples of the spittoon-shaped whimsies are green. One sold in 1996 for $1700. The one pictured here brought $1,100 in 1999.
DIAMOND & RIB Whimsey Vase, green, 4.5 in. high.
Courtesy Jim Wroda.
DIAMOND & RIB short-flared whimsey: Only 4 ½?high, this green whimsey has a standard base. It sold for $2,000 in 2007.
Diamond and Rib Vases in Green, White and Marigold carnival glass.
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1. - DIAMOND & RIB - 10.5 in. in Green - Courtesy Jerry & Carol Curtis.
2. - DIAMOND & RIB -10 in. - in White. - $70
3. - DIAMOND & RIB in Electric Green! - 11 in. tall.
4. - DIAMOND & RIB Funeral Vase - 18.5 in. tall.- 5.25 in. base
DIAMOND & RIB Vase: is known in two base sizes: standard and funeral. The standard base is found in three base diameters: 3? 3 ¼?and 3 ½? Some of the funeral size pieces have been swung to 17?with an 8?flare. There are some squatty size vases having a standard base. Standard size (3? 31/4? 3 ½?, Amethyst, blue, green, marigold, white. Funeral size base is 5 ¼? Colors: Amethyst, blue, green and marigold.
San Diego - Sou. Ca. Convention Souvenir-1998.
DIAMOND & RIB Vase: in iridized blue opal was produced as Souvenir for our March 1998 San Diego/Southern Calif. Combined Convention held in Ontario, CA. The vase is 6 ½?tall, has the 3 ¼?base and the oval Fenton trademark on the base. Etched into the base: SCCGCC & SCCG 1998. We had 揳rranged?for them, so Frank M. shipped them to our home in San Diego. What a treat to unpack and inspect all 200 of them梐 half turn, if you will.
RUSTIC Vases - Courtesy Doug Siska
RUSTIC Vases: Rustic vases offer a regular pattern of hobs and there is no background design. Standard size (3-3 ¼?base, 9-15?height) Amber, amethyst, blue, green, lime green lime green opal-rare, marigold, peach opal (2 known), red, white. Midsize (4 1/8?4 ¼?base, 12-17?height) Amethyst, blue, elec. blue, green, marigold, white. Midsize variant (4 1/8?1/14?base) Amethyst, blue green, marigold, white. Funeral size (approx. 5 ¼?base, 17-23?height) Amethyst-no plunger, amethyst-with plunger, blue-no plunger, blue-with plunger, emerald green-with plunger, green-with plunger, green-no plunger, marigold-no plunger, white-no plunger.
Dean & Diane Fry ?11-10
But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only.
But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be.
For as in the days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage,
until the day that Noah entered the ark, and did not know until the flood came and took them all away,
so also will the coming of the Son of Man be. Then two men will be in the field; one will be taken and the other left.
Two women will be grinding at the mill; one will be taken and the other left.
Watch therefore, for you do not know that hour your Lord is coming.
But know this, that if the master of the house had known what hour the thief would come,
he would have watched and not allowed his house to be broken into.
Therefore you also be ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an hour you do not expect.
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