John H. Brand Co., Feldman Bros., Miller's Furniture
Open Edge Hat Advertising - Fenton

John H. Brand Co. Furniture
Wilmington, Del.

Feldman Bros. Furniture
Salisbury, MD.

Miller's 7. N. Market Sq. Furniture
Harrisburg, PA.
Fenton made advertising pieces from it's Open Edge baskets for three companies; John H. Brand Co. Furniture, Feldman Bros. Furniture (shown left), and Miller's Furniture. They all have similar lettering on the inside base. Known only in marigold and only with two sides up. John Brand is the most common, Feldman Bros. would be next and then Miller's Furniture would be seen the least. However all would be considered easy to obtain.
1910 General Furniture Co., Delmar Garden, Arthur F Odell Quincy Jewler, Hudson's Tahlequah Okla., Truckey & Sons Dept Store 1910
Peacock Tail Hat Advertising - Fenton

1910 General Furniture Co.

Delmar Garden

Arthur F Odell Quincy Jewler

Hudson's Tahlequah Okla.

Truckey & Sons Dept Store 1910

Peacock Tail hat
Fenton made advertising pieces from it's Peacock Tail hats for five companies; 1910 General Furniture Co., Delmar Garden, Arthur F Odell Quincy Jewler, Hudson's Tahlequah Okla., Truckey & Sons Dept Store 1910. They all have similar lettering on the base which is eight sided. Known only in green and only with six ruffles. Although only in green, the interior iridescence may range from a silver to a deep marigold like iridescence. 1910 General Furniture is the most common and Arthur F Odell would be the next most available. Delmar Garden is only seen occasionaly. Hudson's Tahlequah Okla. and Truckey & Sons Dept Store 1910 have to be considered very rare.

1910 General Furniture Co.

Delmar Garden
Fenton used the 1910 General Furniture Co. advetisment on this Pepper Plant hat. May be the only one known.

Photos compliments of Wroda Auction Services.