1950’s, Fenton glass camphor satin cased scallop shell dish bowl deep pink over white Hand crimped


Sold by: Uncle TT’s Tiki Room

Pink is such an ethereal color. It probably changes with the light more than any other hue. And this azalea pink Fenton glass company camphor glass ( satin glass ) bowl is a prime example. In some light it appears to be hot pink and others a dusty rose pink… But it is a true azalea pink from around the mid-1950s. It’s a blown mold bowl with hand crimped edges forming it into the shape of a scallop shell that you see here. It is 10 inches in diameter at its widest and about 3.75 inches at it’s tallest. There are no cracks or chips and no scratches, On the underside there are a few rubs that are very light probably from storage over the years. This kind of a bowl you might find a floral frog in as it would’ve been a very popular shape for the Ikebana style arrangements of the day. Pink is the color lately that we notice more and more. I don’t think there’s a color that says spring better ..do you?

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This bowl is beautiful empty but it would also be wonderful filled with handmade soaps..

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Weight80 oz
Dimensions12 × 12 × 8 in

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