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Two Fruits, Fenton

Manufacturer: Fenton
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Pattern Description: Two handled bonbons divided into four compartments. Two apples and two pears occupy the four quadrants with a stippled ray background.
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About Two Fruits

The original Fenton's pattern name was #1695. This divided bonbon is usually found round, but the may be square shaped. It's approximately 7 3/4″ from handle to handle. The exterior is plain. The edge is Fenton's bracket edge with scallops and alternating points. Most of these have a plain collar base and there are some with a metal dome base. This pattern was also made in non iridized pink glass in 1930.

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Stippling/Stippled: An artistic effect on the mould that results in the blank space in the pattern appearing to have a rough, sandy appearance.