RED BARN ANTIQUES
Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tues.-Sat.
Just come in the Pelican Truck Plaza parking area to the big
Red Barn. We’re full to rafters with collector’s treasures:
Furniture, Toys, Coca Cola items, Signs, Prints, Mirrors,
Cast-Iron, Life-like Resin Statues, Western Collectables,
Outdoors Flower Pots and More!
Come in and see our elegant
Fenton Art Glass: Founded in 1905 by brothers
Frank L. and John W. Fenton, the Fenton Art Glass
Company ranks among the world's foremost producers of
handmade art glass. Fenton is the largest manufacturer
of handmade colored glass in the United States, and the
company is renowned for innovative glass colors as well
as hand-painted decorations on pressed and blown
Depression: From the late 20’s through the
early ‘40s, manufacturers such as Federal Glass, MacBeth-Evans,
and Hocking Glass brought a little cheer into some very
dreary days by manufacturing the product we now know as
Depression glass. This mass-produced molded glassware
was of relatively poor quality, often exhibiting air
bubbles, heavy mold marks and other flaws in the glass,
yet it came in beautiful colors and patterns to suit
Carnival: Pressed glass made as both
functional and ornamental objects. Carnival glass is
always iridescent and found in a wide spectrum of
colors. Produced in the United States, Britain,
Australia, and several European and Asian countries from
the early 20th century until the present. Glass workers
sometimes refer to carnival glass as "dope glass"
because the process of applying the iridescent coloring
to the surface is called "doping".