Columbia, Imperial

Columbia has no pattern other than fluted sides. It is mostly seen in shapes similar to that above left which some refer to as compotes, others as vases. Heights and spread of the top do vary. The green example is rare and owned by Janet Knechtel. A variant compote is like the stemmed example shown on the right.

Hartung Book Two: Columbia

Compotes/vases

Clambroth, 30 (2016)

Green, 325 (2002), 65, 190 (2009), 55 (2012),
   40 (2013), 85 (2015), 30 (2016)

Marigold, 55 (2011), 35 (2015), 10, 30 (both 2016)

Purple, 235 (2006), 425, 525 (both 2009),
   220 (2010), 1,400 (2014), 175 (2015), 90 (2016)

Smoke, 95 (2000), 85 (2004), 165 (2006)
Compote, stemmed variant

Marigold, 80 (2002), 15 (2004), 35 (2007)
The compotes/vases were sometimes whimsied out to a plate shape as shown on the left. On the right is the rare rosebowl which is cupped up and in from the compote/vase. One brought $275 in 2007, another $400 in 2013. This one is courtesy of Carl and Eunice Booker.
Plate whimsies, dome footed

Clambroth, 40 (2002)

Marigold, 30 (2006), 25 (2011), 15 (2012),
   25 (2016)

Updated 2/6/2017