Vintage Fenton Silver Crest Cake Stand Milk Glass Pedestal Tray

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A great piece of milk glass from the Fenton Glass Co. The silver crest cake stand is in very good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; hardly a mark on it. There are few flaws in the glass making process a crease line across the top, and there are some utensil marks that you can see better under the light. It has a small black mark (very small) on its base (see pictures).

The pedestal cake tray measures 5.25 and is 13 inches across the top.

Fenton Art Glass was founded in 1905 by brothers Frank L. and John W. Fenton in Martins Ferry, OH. They would hand paint decorations on glassware made by other manufacturers. By 1907, the brothers began to produce their own glass at the Fenton Art Glass factory in Williamstown, WV. Fenton created “iridescent ware" later that same year (carnival glass).

Frank L. Fenton's love of color and glass artisans kept Fenton Art Glass a leader in the field of handmade art glass for decades. During the Depression, they also produced mixing bowls and perfume bottles.

The company has been family-lead since the beginning. At one time, it was considered the foremost art glass manufacturer in the world.

Traditional glassmaking ceased in 2011. Today the company creates handcrafted art glass jewelry using many of the traditional Fenton colors and techniques.

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Very Good Vintage Condition

I use the term "very good vintage condition" for pieces that are in excellent condition. Yet please remember that these items have mostly been used before; so they will have a few imperfections. Anything that is obvious will be noted in the description and/or pictures.

Good Vintage Condition

When the description uses the term "good vintage" condition; it means that it does have some flaws (and should be noted in the description). Less than perfect, but still in good shape.

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Breakage in Shipping

Jimmy works really hard to ensure a safe delivery of your package. But we have had damage through the shipper in the past. If you would please send us a picture or two of the damage box and/or its contents. We can file for insurance and will refund the costs of the items.

What does vintage mean?

Vintage means an item is at least 20 years old or at the most 99 years old. Once it is 100 years old, you can call it an antique. Please be aware that you are purchasing a used item. We keep trying to improve our descriptions and pictures to point out chips or dents or other issues a piece may have.

Saying that, there may be small vintage wear that go unnoticed. I do go over the piece when I buy it, wash it, take its picture, write its description or weigh it. Yet still, sometimes I miss it. The right light will show scratches on dinner plates for example. One time, you could see a crack in a piece of pottery in the photograph that you could not see when looking at it.

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