Dragon and Strawberry, Fenton
Another of Fenton's dual themes--this one an odd combination of dragons and strawberries. Found only in bowls, some collar based, others ball-footed. There are ruffled, round flared, and ice cream shapes. The base and shape make little difference in the value. What does seem to make a difference is the iridescence. Top quality bowls can sell for 10 times the amount of lower quality items.

Hartung Book Three: Dragon and Berry

Bowls, 9-10 inches

Amethyst, 675, 2,650, 4,000, 5,800 (all 2010),
   1,400, 2,000 (both 2012), 450 (2015)

Blue, 475, 1,200 (both 2012), 975 (2013),
   500, 825, 850, 925, 1,325 (all 2014), 1,400 (2015),
   800, 900 (both 2017)

Green, 875 (2012), 400, 1,700 (both 2013),
   425, 725 (both 2014), 675 (2015),
   500, 700, 1,000 (all 2016), 1,050, 3,800 (both 2017)

Marigold, 210, 225, 350, 600 (all 2013),
   235, 275, 300, 400 (all 2014),
   175, 400, 475 (all 2015), 400, 525 (both 2016),
   325, 350, 375, 1,000 (all 2017)

Updated 7/22/2017

At the left is an extremely rare Dragon and Strawberry 9-inch plate in marigold--that does not have the dragon part of the design. There are one or two of these known. This one was in the collection of the late Dale Matheny.

This example sold in 2017 for $40,000 at the Karen Engel auction.