When Fenton was in business, there were literally a ton of colors that were made. Apple green, French Opalescent, silver crest, cranberry and even green opalescent are a small sample of colors that were made. Here are some more that you will run across:
Black Crest—this color also acts as the pattern of the piece. Any piece with this coloring will have a milk glass base and black trim at either the rim or on the foot.
Milk glass—this type of glass is completely white in color, and you can’t see through it. Fenton introduced this in the early 1950s with the hobnail pattern, and it became their flagship pattern.
Custard Satin—this is light yellow in color and was given an acid wash to give it the satin finish. The color was introduced in 1972 and this color can also be seen with a hand painted motif on it from time to time.
French Opalescent—this color has a crystal base with a white overlay on it, and the color was made from 1952 to 1968.
This is a very tiny portion of what you will see when you are out shopping. What Fenton colors have you run across?