Bullseye and Beads, Fenton
Often confused with Imperial's Beaded Bullseye but less often seen and seldom identified correctly at auction. The vases are usually stretched out so much that the bullseyes are somewhat difficult to pick out. They are most easily seen on the top one-third of the pattern and have a center design. Beaded Bullseye has a smooth bullseye. Height is generally in the 12 to 14 inch range; the base size is always 3 1/2 inches.

Blue, 35 (2011), 55, 85 (both 2014), 70 (2015),
   35, 40, 55, 75 (all 2016),
   35, 45, 140 (both 2018), 35, 75 (both 2019),
   55 (2020)

Marigold, 30, 35 (both 2010), 10 (2011),
   25, 45 (both 2013), 45 (2014), 35 (2016),
   45 (2018)

Bullseye and Beads? here.

Information on knobby vases here.

Updated 1/15/2021

More than a hundred years after these vases were produced, this first-ever discovered short blue Bullseye and Beads vase was found by Billy Richards. It is 6 1/2 inches tall, with a 6 5/8-inch mouth opening. It sold at a 10/24/20 auction for $4,000. Photo courtesy of Tom Burns.