Fishscale and Beads, Dugan
The pattern gets its name from the fishscale effect on the front while the back has a garland of beads--which can be seen in the close-up of the marigold plate on the right. Note also the sawtooth edge. Sometimes identified simply as Fishscales, or misidentified as Scales, a similar Westmoreland pattern. The biggest problem, however is that Dugan's Honeycomb and Beads is usually identified as this pattern, so some of the prices listed may well have been for Honeycomb and Beads. Crimped pieces will be Honeycomb and Beads as are banana dishes. Peach opal is rare in Fishscale and Beads bowls; very rare in plates. Amethyst/purple is scarce in Fishscale and Beads. Marigold and white are almost certainly Fishscale and Beads.

Hartung Book 1: Fishscale and Beads

Bowls, 6-7 inches, ruffled or crimped

Amethyst/purple, 24 (2005), 110 (2006), 35, 45 (both 2009), 45 (2013), 45 (2016)

Amethyst/purple, fantastic iridescense, 325 (2012)

Amethyst/purple, low ruffled, 275 (2010), 175 (2012)

Aqua, 95 (1995), 35 (1999), 60 (2016)

Aqua (listed as celeste blue), 135 (2007)

Blue, 45 (2013), 35, 275 (both 2014)

Marigold, 13 (2011), 10, 15, 18 (all 2012), 15, 18 (both 2013)

Peach opal, 30 (2011), 18 (2012), 25 (2014), 25 (2015), 25 (2017)

White, 65 (2011), 45 (2012), 25 (2014), 25 (2015)

Plates, 7-8 inches

Amethyst/purple, 250 (2014), 90, 225, 250 (all 2015), 85, 200 (both 2016), 170, 300 (both 2017)

Amethyst/purple, electric, 375 (2008), 850 (2010), 875 (2011), 650 (2013)

Amethyst/purple, with souvenir lettering, 200 (2010), 75 (2011)

Marigold, 20, 25, 70, 325 (2013), 15, 160 (2014), 15, 20, 30 (all 2016), 50, 80 (both 2017)

Peach opal, 75 (2005), 20, 90 (2006), 10 (2009)

White, 105 (2010), 30, 40 (both 2011), 220 (2012), 35 (2014), 15, 25 (both 2016), 25, 35 (both 2017)

Updated 4/22/2017