Featured Vintage Daisy and Button glass shoe is it a Fenton or a Mosser?

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by LMarie, Oct 16, 2019.

  1. LMarie

    LMarie New Member

    Hello, I am new to this forum and I was wondering if someone could answer a question for me. I have a vintage Daisy and Button glass shoe that belonged to my mother. She doesn't know the shoe manufacturer. I've done a little research online but found the shoe listed as Mosser or Fenton. Would someone be able to answer this question or get me going in the right direction? Daisy and Button.JPG D&B bottom.JPG D&B under.JPG D&B back.JPG D&B Front.JPG

    Thank you for any help that can be given.

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  2. komokwa

    komokwa The Truth is out there...!

  3. Mill Cove Treasures

    Mill Cove Treasures Well-Known Member

    This is a Fenton website with some of the Fenton Catalogs. Your shoe doesn't have a mark. Fenton started marking their glass in the early 70's, I think it was 1972. Fenton made a few different styles of the shoe too. I did a quick search here and did not see this shape but you might see something with a closer look through the catalogs.

  4. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

    This area is for striking a match - So your shoe was originally a match holder.
    I don't think the Fenton shoes have the match strike area.
    Daisy and button shoes were made by several companies.
    Kemple bought older molds and remade them, so it's even possible this is a remake of an old mold.

  5. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    Welcome LMarie - not Fenton. It's not a color Fenton produced if it has the slight lime tone or iridescence that is showing on my monitor. There is a tendency for sellers to list any shoes like this as Fenton in order to help them sell.
  6. judy

    judy Well-Known Member

    Hi Lisa!

    Welcome to Antiquers............
  7. lvetterli

    lvetterli Well-Known Member

    I recently got a book and catalog from Boyds glass. They made the slippers with cats and several others but I'm not sure about this one. I will check when I get home tonight.

  8. dgbjwc

    dgbjwc Well-Known Member

    Degenhart called these Kat Slippers. They are shown in Gene Florence's Degenhart Glass book but I don't believe the Degenhart version has the striker. Can't tell for sure because Florence only shows them in profile.
  9. pearlsnblume

    pearlsnblume Well-Known Member

    I just learned more info today by reading this. Love this site.
  10. Cherryhill

    Cherryhill Well-Known Member

    Sorry, I'm no help, this is a 20th century product, beyond my ken.
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  11. George Nesmith

    George Nesmith Well-Known Member

  12. Tracie Williams

    Tracie Williams New Member

    I don’t know how to insert a photo here but I have one like that is clear iridescent and it has an “S” on the bottom. I have determined that it was manufactured by L E Smith.
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