Blackberry Block, Fenton      More

Found only in water sets with tankard-style pitchers. The pattern consists of berries and leaves wandering over square blocks. On the right is the only known tumbler and pitcher in white, once in the collection of the late Elmer Kaisner.

Hartung Book Three: Blackberry Block

Water sets, 7 piece

Amethyst/purple, 3,900 (2009), 900 (2010),
   900 (2013), 800 (2014)

Amethyst/purple, 6 piece, 900 (2017)

Amethyst/purple, 5 piece, 2,300 (2012)

Blue, 500, 2,600 (both 2006), 1,700 (2008),
   1,250 (2014), 475 (2015), 1,450 (2017)

Green, 2,500 (2006), 2,300 (2010),
   2,100 (2014), 1,100 (2017)

Marigold, 325 (2010), 200, 375 (both 2012),
   350, 375 (both 2014), 275, 550 (both 2015),
   250 (2017)

Water pitchers

Amethyst/purple, 2,500 (2004), 775 (2014)

Amethyst/purple, with 2 tumblers, 675 (2016)

Blue, 950, 1,100 (both 2010), 575 (2011),
   725 (2015)

Green, 800 (2009), 1,200 (2014), 725 (2015)

Green, with 1 tumbler, 1,100 (2014)

Marigold, 300 (2007), 250 (2013), 170 (2014)

White, 4,000 (2003), 4,600 (2010)

White, with 3 tumblers, 1,600 (2017))

Vaseline/amber, 6,750 (2017)

Tumblers

Amethyst/purple, 35 (2012), 100 (2014),
   40 (2015)

Blue, 50, 55 (both 2013), 15 (2014),
   35, 50 (both 2015), 55 (2017)

Green, 45 (2006), 95 (2009), 60 (2013),
   40 (2016), 30 (2017)

Green, set of two, 155 (2014)

Marigold, 10 (2011), 4, 8 (both 2012), 40 (2015),
   15 (2016), 10 (2017)

White, 2,800 (2006), 850 (2012)

Updated 7/18/2017

At the left is the only known Blackberry Block pitcher in vaseline/amber. It was in the collection of the late Carlton Tarkington. It sold at the 2017 ICGA convention auction of Tarkington's glass for $6,750.