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What value does a complete service for 12 of ruby red Fenton dinner ware have?


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2008-01-24 13:59:45
2008-01-24 13:59:45

I've never seen a complete service of red fenton that large. To give you an idea, a set of 4 tumblers, depending on pattern, goes from $30 to $75. One 8 1/4" plate with hobnail design is around $39.


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Well it would depend on the number of pieces and the condition. If the pieces are monogrammed that cuts the resale value nearly in half. If you were discussing a complete service for 12 the value would probably be somewhere between one and two thousand dollars.

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