In 1939, Fenton started selling Hobnail items in milk glass.
Hobnail milk glass would become the top-selling line and allowed the Fenton company to expand.
With such a long and productive company history Fenton has made something to make every glass enthusiast a happy collector.
However, on December 4, 2007, Fenton Art Glass released a press statement, saying that due to an unexpected buying frenzy and internal restructuring, the company would stay open until at least the spring of 2008.
From 1905 to 1920, the designs made there were heavily influenced by two other glass companies: Tiffany and Steuben.
But the many different colors were the work of Jacob Rosenthal, a famous glass chemist who is known for developing chocolate and golden agate glass.
Then another layer of crystal was gathered over the frit.
On August 9, 2007, Fenton Art Glass sent out a press release stating they would "cease...
Today, the company operates a manufacturing and fulfillment facility in both West Virginia and Philadelphia, producing glass beads for the wholesale and retail markets, as well as selling directly to consumers through a Fenton Glass Jewelry's online store.