Vintage Fenton Art Glass ~ Bicentennial Commemorative Plate #4 - G664C
Description ~ this is the "Proclaim Liberty" commemorative plate from the 70s depicting the ringing of the Liberty Bell ~ done for the National Federation of Women’s Clubs
Proudly made in the USA! Highly collectible and displays absolutely wonderfully; perfect for set matching and completion; an ideal gift for the Fenton Art Glass collector - or as a hostess gift.
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Measurements ~ approximately 8" across
Pattern / Dates ~ late century; c1970 - Fenton, one of the most famous American glass houses, was founded in Ohio in 1905, moved to West Virginia in 1907, and ceased its traditional glass making in 2011. Hallmarks ~ as seen in pictures
Condition ~ Great: pre-owned vintage - while there is shelf wear, and the need for a bath, this piece shows little other evidence of age or use, and is chip/flake free.
Please Note ~ A 10% discount is given for multiple purchases of the same item/pattern, when available, and shipping is combined with overages refunded.