Fenton Amberina Glass Comport or Candy Dish in the beautiful Rose Pattern. The rose pattern was developed from a candy dish made from US Glass purchased by Frank Fenton at an antique show. He soon turned this pattern into a full line. Sometimes called Cabbage Rose pattern this pattern is becoming more and more scarce. The color is more of a yellow on the stem edged in red around the foot of the pedestal. The bowl is a flaming orange - the color is just luscious!
Dimensions: 6.5" tall by 6" wide
Condition: Excellent No chips, cracks, or damage noted
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