Diamond Point Columns, Fenton
This pattern has alternating panels of vertical ribs and diamonds. The vase is found in only a 3 1/2 inch base. Heights are normally between 7 and 12 inches with squatty versions down to 5 inches, though there is one unswung example known that is less than 4 1/2 inches tall. Fenton made a similar vase pattern called Nine Sixteen that also has vertical ribs and diamonds. Northwood's Diamond Point vases have a pattern of just diamonds.

Vases

Amethyst, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40 (all 2012), 20 (2015),
   15, 20 (both 2016)

Amethyst, 6 3/4 inches, 45 (2003)

Blue, none known. Those listed as blue in this pattern are probably Nine Sixteen

Green, 18, 20 (both 2012), 13, 28 (both 2013),
   13, 50 (both 2014)

Green, 6-7 inches, 60 (2004), 40 (2016)

Lime green, 30 (2004), 25, 28 (both 2007),
   20 (2010), 13 (2012), 10 (2016)

Marigold, 7, 13, 15, 20 (all 2012), 18 (2013), 45 (2014),
   13 (2016)

Marigold, 7 inches or less, 11, 16 (both 2007),
   40 (2009), 20 (2012), 45 (2014)

Vaseline, 80 (1996)

Hartung Book 1: Diamond Point Columns

Last updated 1/9/2017

Among Fenton's first carnival patterns, Diamond Point Columns is also occasionally found in variously shaped bowls, usually in marigold, worth about $25.

While the smaller bowls use the same mould as the vases, some of the larger bowls use a larger mould, with the pattern adjusted accordingly. Mrs Hartung inadvertently named the larger bowls Diamond and File. Mr. Fenton has confirmed that they were both from the same pattern line.

Hartung: Diamond and File