Fenton's Revival Red Carnival
In Classic old Carnival, Fenton was the main producer of red, although Imperial made some sought-after examples too, predominantly in stretch glass. The great popularity of iridised red glass was recognised by glassmakers, and they were keen to add red Revial Carnival to their product offerings. Imperial introduced their Sunset Ruby Carnival range in the late 1960s and other red Carnival items were almost immediately offered in the early/mid 1970s by Indiana Glass and by Fenton, and then later by L.E.Smith.
Here, we are focusing on the Revival Red Carnival Glass that was made by Fenton over many years, as shown in a series of Fenton catalogues (and other material). Fenton's Product Code for their red Contemporary Carnival was "RN".
The Fenton catalogue images are shown courtesy of the (late) Frank Fenton, or the Fenton Family and Fenton Art Glass Company.
Below we show you a small "thumbnail" version of each catalogue: simply click on any one of them to open up a full-sized image in a new page.
See more Fenton Revival Carnival catalogues, ads and related pattern information.
We have many more Fenton Revival Carnival Glass catalogues and ads, covering the period from the 1970s through to their closure in 2011.
They are all accessed from our Fenton Revival Homepage.
Click on the image on the left, or go here: Fenton Revival Carnival