Concord (or Concord Grape), Fenton

Concord is the only grape pattern with a latticed background. It is similar to Fenton's Vintage pattern and some speculate that it may have been retooled from a Vintage mold. Ice cream and candy-ribbon edged bowls (above right) are scarce.

Hartung Book Four: Concord



This green plate sold for $4,300 at the 2012 Heart of America Carnival Glass convention. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Plates, about 9 inches

Amethyst, 500, 675, 800, 1,300 (all 2013),
   950 (2014), 325, 425, 675, 850 (all 2015),
   350, 400, 525 (both 2016), 600 (2017)

Blue, rare

Green, 850 (2011), 2,600, 4,300 (both 2012),
   1,050, 2,200, 3,600 (all 2015),
   600, 1,400 (both 2016)

Lavender, 500 (2008), 1,100 (2009), 175 (2013)

Marigold, 450, 3,100 (both 2011), 650 (2012),
   750, 850, 2,600, 3,100 (all 2013), 500, 700 (2014),
   700 (2016)

Updated 4/19/2017


Bowls, 7 1/2-9 inches, ruffled or 3/1 edge

Amethyst, 100, 170 (both 2012), 135, 150, 700 (2013),
   130 (2014), 65, 85, 90, 275 (all 2015),
   75, 85, 130, 275, 300, 500 (all 2016)

Blue, 105 (2009), 200 (2010), 150 (2013), 95 (2014)

Green, 90, 100, 160, 500 (all 2013),
   100, 175, 195, 550 (all 2014),
   70, 110, 120 (all 2015),
   60, 105, 120, 170, 200, 225, 325 (all 2016),
   60, 105, 130, 225 (all 2017)

Green, emerald, 950 (2002), 1,300 (2010)

Marigold, 65, 80, 140 (all 2013),
   70, 100, 140 (all 2014),
   50, 60, 70, 80, 120 (all 2015),
   55, 85, 95 (all 2016), 40, 120 (both 2017)

Teal, 145 (2011)

Bowls, CRE

Blue, 290 (2008), 2,800 (2010), 160 (2014),
   250 (2015)

Bowls, ice cream shape

Amethyst, 600 (2008)

Blue, 75 (2003)

Green, 180, 310 (both 2007), 260 (2008), 85 (2010),
   300 (2015)

Marigold, 135 (2003)

Nut bowl shape

Green, 400 (2000), 350 (2005)