Fenton's Flowers, Fenton



This is an example of the nut bowl shape, which has the sides either straight as shown here or flared out. Courtesy of Lee Markley.



Above is a rare smooth-top example in blue. The photo was sent to me in 2006 by Shad Wooten, who had picked it up on eBay for $74.



This rare green ruffled bowl, whimsied from a rosebowl, sold in 2014 for $180.

This pattern could be listed with Fenton's Orange Tree as that's the pattern on the exterior, but tradition has it that it be called Fenton's Flowers. When purchasing these pieces, look carefully at the feet; they're very succeptible to damage. The rosebowl at the left, in red with an amberina base, sold for $3,500 in 1997 (with a foot flake). Fenton used the pattern on contemporary pieces, sometimes with Lions as the interior pattern.

Hartung Book Two: Fenton's Flowers

Rosebowls

Amethyst, 75 (2008), 85 (2010), 55 (2013),
   40 (2017)

Blue, 35, 45, 50 (all 2009), 90, 110 (both 2013),
   25 (2015), 15, 35 (both 2016)

Blue, powder, 55 (2006)

Blue, smokey, 75 (2003)

Blue, rare smooth top, 85 (2010), 90 (2013)

Green, 175 (2008), 45 (2009), 75 (2010),
   75 (2011), 25, 35 (both 2015), 15, 30 (both 2016),
   30 (2017)

Green, 8 1/2-inch ruffled whimsey, 180 (2014)

Lavender, 60 (2012)

Lime green, 225 (1998), 150 (2002)

Lime green opal, 375 (1997), 450 (2003)

Marigold, 15, 20, 23 (all 2012), 25, 30 (both 2013),
   10, 15 (both 2014)

Marigold, pastel irid., 75 (2015)

Peach opal, 1,300 (2001)

Red, 425 (2001), 550 (2009), 475 (2013),
   100 (2015)

Red, amberina base, foot flake, 3,500 (1997)

Smoke, 450 (1994), 375 (2013)

Teal, foot chip, 65 (2000)

Vaseline, 250 (1997), 375 (2001), 185 (2010)

White, 85 (2011), 65 (2012), 35, 155 (both 2013)

Nut bowls (flared rather than cupped in)

Amethyst, 80 (1998), 65 (2003)

Blue, 425 (1997), 200 (2013)

Green, 85 (2007)

Marigold, 25-45

Updated 4/22/2017