Lovely three pieces of retro MCM glass home decor: one with a grape design, and two with a thumbprint pattern. They are each in a different color with amber, bright blue, and a red/orange/yellow amberina - a colorful and vibrant collection from the mid century!
There are two round vintage Fenton glass pieces. The blue and amberina Fenton Thumbprint pattern pedestal compotes have a ruffled, fluted or crimped edge that is a free-form design at the top and a 2-7/8" pedestal between the top and the base. These two compotes are Fenton's Thumbprint design - one is in their Colonial Blue color and the other in Amberina. The two compote dishes were made by Fenton Glass Co. between the 1960s and the 1970s.
The amber colored pedestal dish was made by Red Cliff and is signed in the bottom. There are frills at the round top, and they have a uniform crimped edge. There is a raised grape design on the sides, and a wafer just before the base. Red Cliff produced this pattern in 1963.
The three pedestal compote dishes are about the same size each measure approximately 6" high and about 5 3/4" across at the top.
All three are in excellent condition-no chips, cracks, repairs, etc. and a lovely red, amber, and blue color. A lovely display collection of colored glass from the mid century!
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