Dandelion, Northwood

While this pattern has come to be called Dandelion, the flower is not a dandelion but more likely a sunflower. Shown above is the standard Dandelion tumbler: a variant, which sells for about the same price, has vertical ribs on the interior and is found in amethyst, ice blue, ice green and white. Pitchers are the tankard type.

Hartung Book Three: Dandelion

Tumblers

Amethyst/purple, 25, 30, 110 (all 2013),
   15, 25, 40 (all 2014),
   13, 25, 40, 45 (all 2015),
   25, 30, 100 (all 2016)

Amethyst, black, 70 (1998)

Blue reported

Green, 80 (2012), 25, 35 (both 2014),
   40, 45 (both 2015), 10, 25, 30 (all 2016)

Horehound, 170 (2002), 225 (2006)

Ice blue, 85, 105, 190 (all 2012),
   70, 90 (both 2014), 90, 130 (both 2015),
   65 (2016), 130 (2017)

Ice green, 1,100 (2006)

Lavender, 155 (2011), 65 (2012),
   110, 115 (both 2014)

Lavender slag, 25 (2015)

Lime green, 275 (1999), 200, 375 (both 2017)

Marigold, 10, 13, 15 (all 2012), 25 (2013),
   15 (2014), 20 (2015), 5, 10, 15, 25 (all 2016),
   15 (2017)

Purple slag, 215 (2000)

Sapphire reported

Smoke, 950 (2003), 35 (2015), 50 (2016)

White, 65, 75, 120, 130 (all 2011),
   130 (2012), 35, 65, 90 (all 2015),
   35, 70 (both 2016), 40 (2017)

White, "Rosa Bennington, 1914," 75 (2010)
Water pitchers

Amethyst/purple, 525 (2011), 1,000 (2012),
   400, 525 (both 2013), 700 (2014),
   350, 400 (both 2016), 325 (2017)

Amethyst/purple, with 1 tumbler,
   350, 375 (both 2015), 325, 475 (both 2016)

Green, 600 (2010), 650 (2011),
   625, 700 (both 2012), 700 (2013), 325 (2017)

Green, with 2 tumblers, 750 (2015)

Horehound, 1,000 (2002), 400 (2003)

Ice blue, 1,900 (2008), 1,800 (2009)

Ice green, 32,000 (2005)

Lavender, 500 (2004), 450 (2008), 700 (2015),
   325 (2016)

Marigold, 100, 375 (both 2012),
   225, 230, 300 (2013), 90, 120 (both 2014),
   300 (2017)

Marigold, with 1 tumbler, 110 (2016), 90 (2017)

Marigold, interior rib, 475 (2006)

White, 2,000 (1998), 7,500 (2005), 1,050 (2010)

Water sets, 7 piece

Amethyst/purple, 650, 1,150 (both 2012),
   475, 500, 600 (all 2014), 550, 750 (both 2015),
   525, 800 (both 2016), 400, 625, 1,100 (all 2017)

Amethyst/purple, 5 piece, 1,000 (2004)

Green, 1,000 (2005), 850 (2009), 600 (2010),
   500 (2014)

Ice blue, 5,000 (2002), 7,000 (2005),
   11,000 (2007)

Ice blue, 5 piece, 3,500 (2014)

Marigold, 350 (2010), 215 (2012),
   300, 375 (both 2013), 225, 325 (both 2014),
   250, 350 (both 2015)

White, 3,500 (2005), 1,200 (2014)

White, 5 piece, 1,400 (2012)

Not only is the flower on the pitchers and tumblers not a dandelion, but the pattern on the mugs is entirely different. It also has a stippled background. Aqua opal is the most often seen color, and there are more mugs available than either pitchers or tumblers. Northwood made some of these mugs with the words "Knights Templar" molded into the base bottom and they are found in ice blue, ice green, and marigold.

Hartung Book Two: Knights Templar Mug

Mugs

Amethyst/purple, 70 (2012), 105 (2013),
   50, 65, 90, 95, 115, 125, 150 (all 2014),
   105 (2015), 30, 45, 60 (all 2016), 55 90 (both 2017)

Amethyst, black, 250 (2010)

Aqua opal, 110, 170, 190, 205, 225 (all 2014),
   105, 140, 250, 450 (all 2015),
   95, 100, 110, 120, 125, 135, 150, 215 (all 2016),
   120, 150 (both 2017)

Aqua opal, spectacular, 1,150 (2015)

Blue, 225 (2013), 115, 120, 135, 165 (all 2014),
   125, 135 (both 2016), 300 (2017)

Custard, nutmeg stain, 35 (2016)

Green, 175, 225 (both 2010), 225, 450 (both 2011),
   125 (2013), 200, 475 (both 2014), 130 (2015),
   125 (2016), 100, 200 (both 2017)

Lavender, 300 (1994), 200 (2003), 275 (2014),
   75 (2015)

Marigold, 40, 80, 170 (all 2013),
   70, 75, 100 (all 2014), 35, 60, 85 (all 2015),
   45, 60 (2016), 25, 30 (both 2017)

Olive, 180 (2010)

Mugs, Knights Templar

Ice blue, 425 (2012), 375, 400 (both 2013),
   375, 475, 675 (all 2014), 350 (2015),
   400, 450, 650 (all 2016), 300, 375 (both 2017)

Ice green, 400, 525 (both 2011), 210 (2012),
   725 (2013), 325, 500, 600 (all 2014),
   350, 500 (both 2015),
   275, 425, 450, 500, 575 (all 2016), 400 (2017)

Marigold, 120 (2012), 150, 215 (both 2013),
   175, 350, 375 (all 2014), 215 (2015),
   325, 400 (both 2016), 65 (2017)

Updated 7/21/2017