Elk, Fenton

Fenton made 7-inch bowls, plates, and bells for several B.P.O.E. conventions. In the Fenton version, the elk always looks to the viewer's right. Most bowls are ruffled but three-in-one and round bowls are also found. A real rarity is a bell made for the 1912 Portland convention--only one is known. Shown are a green 1910 Detroit ruffled bowl and a blue 1914 Parkersburg bell. Millersburg also made bowls for the 1910 convention.

Hartung Book Four: Elks Head
Hartung Book Four: Carnival Bell

Bowls, 1910 Detroit

Amethyst, 700 (2013), 400, 525 (both 2014),
   400, 475, 525, 550 (all 2015),
   450, 500, 800, 1,300 (all 2016)

Blue, 450 (2008), 475, 525 (both 2009),
   550 (2011), 950 (2012), 375, 400 (both 2013),
   625 (2015), 425, 430, 475 (all 2016)

Green, 500, 575 (both 2009), 775 (2012),
   550 (2013), 635 (2014), 2,100 (2015),
   425 (2015), 600 (2016)

Green, ice cream shape, 1,150 (2012)

Green, nut bowl shape, 3,000 (2005)

Marigold (3 known), 9,500 (2000), 7,200 (2006),
   9,000 (2008), 4,000 (2011), 5,500 (2012)

Plates, 1910 Detroit

Green, 17,500 (2001)

Bowls, 1911 Atlantic City

Blue, 550, 675, 925 (all 2008), 900 (2009),
   400, 600 (2010), 535, 850, (both 2013),
   500 (2016)

Plates, 1911 Atlantic City

Blue, 375, 525 (both 2012),
   800 (2013), 800, 1,200 (both 2014),
   1,500 (2015), 1,350, 1,800 (both 2016)

Updated 4/21/2017

Plates, 1914 Parkersburg

Blue, 900, 950, 1,750 (all 2012),
   850, 1,200 (both 2013),
   1,100, 1,870 (both 2014), 900 (2016), 800 (2017)

Bells, 1911 Atlantic City

Blue, 650, 850 (both 2009),
   1,900 (2012), 1,700 (2014)

Bells, 1914 Parkersburg

Blue, 2,200 (2007), 2,100 (2009),
   1,350 (2010), 1,100 (2014), 900 (flake, 2016),
   1,100 (2017)

Bell, 1912 Portland (one known)

Blue, 22,500 (1993), 24,000 (2007),
   11,000 (2014)