Acanthus, Imperial    More

Leaves radiating in a swirl from the center. Found only in bowls and plates made from the same mold. Bowls are usually round as shown here. Plates are about 10 inches across and are considered chop plates. This is a different pattern than the Beaded Acanthus seen only in pitchers, but also made by Imperial. They also made a different pattern by the same name--with the design only on the exterior--during the 1970s. Fenton has made club souvenirs from the original molds of this pattern.

Hartung Book Four: Acanthus

Bowls

Aqua, 45, 140 (both 2004)

Blue (first reported), 600 (2010)

Clambroth, 110 (1998), 20 (2009), 15 (2017)

Green, 15 (2015), 13 (2016), 15 (2017)

Green, emerald, 650 (2016)

Helios, 15 (2013)

Marigold, 5, 10, 15 (all 2016), 60 (2017)

Purple, 145, 144, 330 (all 2011), 165 (2012),
   65, 100 (both 2013), 70, 105, 155 (all 2014),
   95, 125, 130, 175 (all 2015), 80, 85, 250 (both 2016),
   115, 140 (both 2017)

Purple, electric, 475 (2015)

Smoke, 45, 85 (both 2011), 25, 35, 130 (all 2012),
   70 (2013), 25, 30, 65 (all 2015), 45, 70 (both 2016)

Last updated 7/16/2017

Plates (or chop plates)

Clambroth, 43, 44 (both 2011)

Marigold, 40, 60, 65, 80 (all 2013),
   60, 130 (both 2014),
   45, 55, 70, 75, 90, 100, 165 (all 2015),
   35, 45, 85, 90 (all 2016), 40, 50, 55, 90 (all 2017)

Smoke, 250 (2013), 125, 180, 300 (all 2015),
   60, 205, 350 (2016), 200 (2017)