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September Morn Flower Frogs



Left: Fenton Art Glass September Morn Nymph and block in Ruby. She was introduced to the Fenton line in 1928 and made in ruby from 1933 to 1934.

Right: The Cambridge Glass Co. version of September Morn, 6.5"h. She was also made in a larger 11.5"h. size. Cambridge Collectors named her Bashful Charlotte to avoid confusion with Fenton's September Morn.

Lady on left is 4"h. and stamped "Germany." She was also made in other sizes that include a 6.75" size marked "Czechoslovakia" and a 4.75"h. size marked "Coronet" (the mark of U.S. importer Geo. Borgfeldt & Co.). The lady on the right in brown is 4.75"h. and is not marked.

1912 painting by Paul Chabas entiltled "September Morn." To learn more about the painting and why it became so famous read The September Morn Story

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