Coin Dot, Fenton



All rosebowls, whether with stippled or plain dots, are thought to be Fenton's Coin Dot.

Rosebowls

Amethyst, 35 (2004), 15 (2006), 10 (2010),
   15 (2017)

Aqua, 275 (1996)

Green, 23 (2010), 30 (2012), 15 (2013)

Lime green, 70 (1998), 100 (1999), 13 (2010)

Marigold, 40 (1998), 15 (2004), 10 (2006)

Olive, 45 (2002)

Sapphire blue, 300 (2000)

Updated 6/22/2018

Fenton's Coin Dot is distinctive for its large dots, either stippled or plain. A fairly common pattern rarely selling for much except in red. A similar pattern, with smooth dots only, is generally thought to be Westmoreland's Pearly Dots. Coin Dot is sometimes mistakenly listed as Coin Spot, a Dugan pattern found only in compotes. Coin Dot is easily found on eBay in common colors.

Hartung Book 1: Coin Dot

Bowls, 7-9 inches

Amethyst, 10, 18 (both 2013), 10, 20 (both 2014),
   20 (2015), 5 (2018)

Aqua, 45 (1999), 30 (2014)

Blue, ruffled, 23 (2007), 38 (2008), 25 (2010)

Blue, ice cream shape, 185 (2002),
   45, 80 (both 2009)

Blue, spectacular example, 450 (1999)

Green, 10, 15, 20, 28 (all 2014), 25 (2015)

Lavender, 14 (2001)

Lime green, 25 (1999), 25 (2001), 8 (2005)

Marigold, 10 (2012), 10 (2013), 10 (2014),
   5, 10, 25 (all 2016), 10 (2018)

Peach opal, ruffled, 50 (2013)

Peach opal, 3/1 edge, 65 (1996), 35 (2008)

Peach opal, crimped, 400 (2001), 300 (2014)

Red, 1,000 (2010), 725 (2011), 1,000 (2012),
   500, 525, 550, 825 (all 2013), 425 (2014),
   575, 1,950 (both 2017)

Vaseline, 135 (1996)

Plates, about 8 inches

Marigold, 45 (2008), 125 (2013)

In 2018, King Hoppel sent me the following photos with this explanation:

Not that anyone will care, but when I lined up three Fenton Coin Dot Rose Bowls, I noticed that each had a slight variation to the dots in the center, aside from some being smooth and others stippled. The footed bowl (marigold) has a center dot surrounded by 6 dots, the green bowl has the same arrangement but with an additional 6 dots outside of the first ring. The purple stippled dot version has 7 dots in the first ring around the central dot.