Tag Archives: Fenton Glass

Humble Holiday Prep …Floral Friday

2015 has been an emotionally trying year for yours truly so I’m keeping the final month low key.  The money I would normally spend on decorations will be directed towards charity and other priorities.  I don’t mention this to point … Continue reading

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Unexpected …Floral Friday

Several years ago, my great-uncle Ivan said that I should be thankful for the unexpected.  It wakes us up to things we havn’t been paying attention to before. Other people often miss the beauty of this surprise.  He has been proven correct … Continue reading

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Fancy Fenton …Floral Friday

I have a minor weakness for art glass, so bargain basement prices for it attract my attention.  Some of the most desirable glass items were made by Fenton Art Glass Company of Williamstown, West Virginia. The latest bargain, is an … Continue reading

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Thème de Couleur …Floral Friday

There are times when a very simple, overall color theme is desired with floral arrangements.  An eye catching, pleasant look is accomplished by harmonizing all of the elements of the arrangment, especially if one closely matches those elements.  I decided … Continue reading

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In Cones …Floral Friday

Basic geometric shapes can be space saving and elegant at the same time.  The cone, even with a footed base is one of the most pleasing shapes to most people.  The nicest ones have some sort of etched design element … Continue reading

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Glass Cones …Floral Friday

Simple geometric shapes are frequently the most pleasing forms to the eye. After several weeks of exposure to busy, complicated decorations from the holiday season, simplicity is a refreshing change of pace.  The cone shaped vase has been used by … Continue reading

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