Two Flowers, Fenton
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1920
Pattern Description: A ring of small flowers fills the center and a ring of larger flowers and leaves fill the main body of these three toed or spatula footed shapes. A band of scale rings the outer edge.
Similar Patterns: Fenton Waterlily
This pattern is named for the two types of flowers (not the number of flowers) and found in a variety of colors, green and amethyst are a little harder to find. The production dates are based on the fact that Fenton started making red carnival glass circa 1920. The larger pieces are ball footed and most of the standard and sauce size are spatula footed (see feet-2flowers).
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