This is a very rare, Fenton "Daisy Cut" tea bell. It measures 5-1/2 inches tall x 2-3/4 inches across the bell. Marked inside with block letters "PAT'D". Includes a wire with lead clapper. There are no flaws in the glass.This is an exceedingly rare piece of Fenton. The Daisy Cut pattern is listed in "Fenton Rarities" by Thomas Smith, and found online in several places. It is simply a very hard to find form. Given that, I can still no find any indications of the bell being made in this color. All I can find documented is Marigold and Crystal (clear). Old, commemorative copies were made in Cobalt Blue with rounded, smooth handles, but all indications are the serrated handles were only made in the early 1910's. Please look at my other listings. I acquired three bells of this pattern from an old and prestigious Kansas City estate. Each of the three are in different colors; amberina, cobolt blue, and marigold.
The item "RARE 1914 Fenton Carnival Glass DAISY CUT Tea BellCobalt BlueSerratedAntique" is in sale since Thursday, September 01, 2016. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Glassware\Carnival Glass\Vintage (Pre-1940)\Fenton". The seller is "tall*grass*treasures" and is located in Shawnee, Kansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.