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Primary Members ($30) and Primary Associate Members ($5).  Associate Members must reside in the same household as a Primary Member.

After September 1, we offer a reduced rate to new members.  The reduced membership is $15 for a Primary membership and $2.50 for an Associate membership. Associate Members must reside in the same household as a Primary Member.  This membership will expire December 31, 2017.  You will receive three newsletters.

This year we are offering a Crown Tuscan mouse for $29 and an Opal mouse for $25.  The mice were pressed at the Mosser Glass Company.  They are limited to one of each per household (Primary member)

for the 2017 membership year, on a first come, first serve basis.  The quantities are limited.

To avoid the 4% administrative charge for card usage, please send a check.

For your convenience, there is a PDF Icon of the renewal form at the bottom of this page. 

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NFGS Annual Mice for 2017

By Sharon Fenner

Once again the NFGS is offering two annual mice.  First is Crown Tuscan which is available for $29.  Next is the Opal mouse available for $25.  Both colors of mice were made at the Mosser Glass Co.  These mice are available to members renewing for the 2017 membership year, limited to one of each per household (Primary member), on a first come, first serve basis. Quantities are limited - renew early to ensure receiving your 2017 annual mice.



Exclusive 2017 NFGS Convention Glass Available

By Sharon Fenner

For more information visit the ' NFGS Exclusive Glass' page.

Cobalt/Crystal Satin Fairy Lights - $77.00 each   Opal Ghost "Fall on the Farm"  - $119.00             Robin's Egg Blue Swan Mug - Iridized - $26.00  Robin's Egg Blue Swan Mug-non-iridized-$24.00   Annual Convention Pin-Frank Workman Bear-$7.00 Opal Alley Cat w/Squirrel design - $205.00         Opal 5165 Sitting Cat w/Squirrel design - $69.00 Buttercup Satin Happiness Bird w/Sunflowers - $79  Opal Natural Fox - $80.00                                   Sage Mist Irid NFGS Mouse w/Hearts design - $85 Cobalt/Milk Glass Slag NFGS Mouse - HP - $65.00 Crown Tuscan NFGS Mouse w/Blue Floral - $64.00 Opal NFGS Mouse w/ Patches Design - #1 - $60.00 Crown Tuscan Mouse w/Patches Design-#2-$60.00

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Suzy's Retirement Gift from the NFGS Membership

By Millie Coty

A Cobalt 3-pc. ginger jar set sand-carved by Chris Carpenter, presented after the Banquet.


2017 Charity Drawing Results

By Millie Coty

On Thursday, August 10, the national Fenton Glass Society check for $295 was delivered by Suzy Goodacre (center) to Heather Bretthauser, WES principal (right), and Suzy Schofield, Vice Principal (left).  The money will be added to their new Playground Equipment Fund.  The other half of the money was won by Joan Longberry, of Columbus, OH.  Thank you to our generous members!



NFGS Acquires Fenton Moulds 

By Charlie Lyngaas

On display during the Convention were the moulds for the Open Heart Arches basket and the Happiness Bird, the NFGS emblem.  


Just 'Cuz it Says Fenton...

By Anne Blackmore

Right:  Foreign-made black-edge basket, likely a recent Asian import.  Characteristics indicating this isn't a Fenton basket include a large amount of Crystal glass on the foot, no handler's mark, and the black crest is too thick.

Below left:  Northwood Ribbed Spatter pattern 5-inch pitcher.  It was produced by Nothwood in the early 1900s, along with a full-sized pitcher and salt and pepper shakers.

Below right:  New Martinsville Jade Perfume with Black Stopper.  This New Martinsville perfume, made in the 1930s, has the taller, more slender bottle and the taller narrow top.

If you know your Fenton shapes, you will be less likely to purchase a mis-labeled piece, and more likely to find a Fenton rarity!  Remember the late Tom Smith's mantra, "Know your shapes!!"

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Fenton's #37s Little Bits of Lovely

By Pam Hamilton

Read all about the mini shapes in the September/October 2017 issue of The Fenton Flyer.





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Right: Mustard yellow flared #1562-13-in. oval "canoe" bowl originally from the Rosenthal family collection.

Row 2:  Handled #222 tumblers in Mandarin Red, one with a Royal Blue handle. Only two Mandarin Red examples known to exist.

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Below:  Fenton Orange Tree Carnival Glass ruffled comport in a Celeste Blue base color with Marigold iridescence. 

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Howard Seufer Honored

By Millie Coty 

By unanimous vote of the membership present at the 2017 Annual Meeting on Sunday, July 30, Howard Seufer (#5123) was made an NFGS honorary member.


Tales from Kriner's Korner

By Carolyn Kriner

Below, a Cranberry Opalescent Coin Dot decanter and a Cranberry Opalescent Diamond Optic decanter, each with a King's Crown stopper.  They are pictured on page 37 of John Walk's Fenton Rarities.



Remembering Bill Crowl

By Millie Coty 


William Arthur Crowl, 82, of Parkersburg, WV passed away August 3, 2017. He will be missed by his family, collector friends, and all who knew him.       17SO-13-Bill_C._VAN.JPG


2017 Convention Display Tables





More Beautiful Display Tables

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...and More Beautiful Display Tables!




Mary Gregory-style Beginnings

Read about the legend of Mary Gregory.



Only in Williamstown

By Millie Coty 

This Sheffield Gold (Amber) Canasta Cigarette Set in its original box was found at a garage sale in Williamstown during the NFGS Convention.


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2018 NFGS Convention

July 28, 29, & 30

Fenton - Fellowship - Fun

Exclusive Glass * Seminars * Auctions Banquet * Bingo * Glass Displays Consignment Auction * Dinner Cruise


Stretch Glass Society Convention

July 25 - 27, 2017

Please use the PDF to print the form, and mail it, along with your check, to:                             National Fenton Glass Society   P. O. Box 4008                           Marietta, OH  45750

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