Fenton Art Glass OOAK Painted Ruby Glass "OctoBoo" Ghost Figurine by Kim Barley

Category Pottery & Glass Decorative Pottery & Glassware Figurines

Current price $170.50

Listing type Chinese

Location Williamstown, West Virginia 261** US

Quantity sold 1

Quantity available 1

Bids 9

Seller fentonartglass (3083)

Seller rating 100% positive feedback

Handmade Yes

Material Glass

Theme Halloween

Type Figurine

Features Decorative, Hand Painted, One-of-a-kind Design by Kim Barley, Halloween Theme, Ruby Glass, Made in USA

Color Red

Vintage No

Origin United States

Brand Fenton

Production Style Art Glass

Time Period Manufactured 2021

Subject/Theme OctoBoo Ghost

Object Type Ghost Figurine

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Fenton artist Kim Barley loves Halloween, and this one-of-a-kind hand painted satin finished ruby glass Ghost
figurine (5.75" tall) reflects all of her talents and skills. This figurine was made by Mosser Glass, using the
Fenton Art Glass mould. The hand painted black cat silhouetted against the yellow-orange moon is certainly a
focal point, but there are lots of wonderfully whimsical details, from the grinning pumpkins, a ghost and the
stars to the bats and the hand lettered "Octoboo" and "31." Note the Scarecrow design on the face of this
figurine! This one-of-a-kind hand painted satin finished ruby glass Ghost figurine is identified, dated and
signed inside: "Kim Barley 2021 OOAK".
Founded in 1905 by brothers Frank L. and John W. Fenton, the Fenton Art Glass Company ranks among the world's foremost producers of handmade art glass. Fenton is the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States, and the company is renowned for innovative glass colors as well as hand-painted decorations on pressed and blown glassware.
For more than a century, Fenton has developed new colors and patterns, including items enhanced with hand-painted floral decorations and 22k gold accents. Fenton glass appeals to all types of customers, and, over the years, this appeal has led to the company's great success. In fact, no two Fenton pieces are exactly the same!
In 2005, the Fenton Art Glass Company celebrated its 100th anniversary. Traditional glassmaking ceased in July of 2011. Fenton Gift Shop is open at a new location.

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