Flute Vases, Fenton

Fenton Vases--Variations on a Theme, Part Four here.

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Updated 6/26/2018

Fenton's Flute can be distinguished from similar patterns by the plain band at the top and the scallop effect near the base. There are six flutes and one base size, 2 1/2 inches. Heights vary only between about 8 and 10 inches. A scarce pattern found in marigold, cobalt, pale smokey blue, green, vaseline, amethyst, red, amber and one known in celeste. There are a few scarce examples of Fenton Flute Variant vases. These variants have 15 shallow interior ribs. I've seen them in marigold and cobalt.

Amber, 75 (2016)

Amethyst, 23 (2011), 15, 20 (both 2013), 20 (2014),
   55 (2017)

Amethyst, black, 70 (2012)

Aqua, 225 (2001), 140 (2011), 160 (2016)

Blue, 55 (2008), 20, 33 (both 2011), 20 (2015)

Celeste blue, rare

Green, 50, 65 (both 2011), 25, 75 (both 2012),
   15, 23, 30 (all 2013), 25 (2018)

Ice green, 75, (2017)

Marigold, 6, 10 (both 2011), 8, 10 (both 2013),
   10 (2015)

Red, 525 (2009), 145, 525 (both 2011),
   175, 210 (both 2013), 120, 425 (2014), 225 (2018)

Vaseline, 75 (2010), 55, 100 (2011), 65 (2012),
   55 (2014)