Fine Rib, footed

One of the most confusing vase patterns. Several manufacturers made similar pieces, each shaping the top differently. At one point, the jack-in-the-pulpit version was the only one known, so the pattern became known by that name--although a variety of top shapes are now known. The piece on the left is Northwood and brought $275 at a 1998 auction. On the right is the Fenton version; it sold for $60 at the same auction, The Fenton version has a ring around the stem just above the foot. Note that there is a small Dugan vase, called Thin Panel, that comes in a jack-in-the-pulpit shape and is sometimes misidentified as this one.

Vases, most jack-in-the-pulpit

Amethyst/purple, 95 (2010), 130 (2011), 40, 75, 95, 105, 200 (all 2012),
   85, 120 (both 2015), 35, 40, 55 (2016)

Blue, 150 (2010), 140 (2011), 50, 95 (both 2012), 30, 45, 50 (2013), 105 (2016)

Blue, ruffled, 125 (2012), 45 (2015), 25 (2016)

Blue, powder, 245 (2001), 150 (2008), 400 (2010), 70, 160 (both 2015)

Clambroth, 13 (2009)

Green, 55, 300 (both 2009), 65 (2010), 90, 200 (both 2012),
   105, 190 (both 2015), 55, 75 (both 2016)

Green, tricorner, 90 (2012)

Marigold, 30, 35 (both 2010), 80 (2012), 20, 30, 45 (all 2014),
   10, 15, 35 (all 2015), 15, 20, 25, 75 (all 2016)

Marigold, ruffled, 35 (2004), 25 (2008), 30 (2009), 6, 15 (2013), 20 (2016)

Vaseline, JIP, 85 (2011)

White, ruffled, 92 (eBay 2004)

Updated 2/1/2017