Hattie, Imperial   Comments by Alan and Lorraine Pickup

This pattern is easily recognized by its arched lines and small floral elements. Busy yet distinctive. The only Carnival pattern in which the outside has the same pattern as the inside. Known only in chop plates, bowls and rare rosebowls--all made from the same mold. Bowls were reproduced by Imperial from the 1970s on.

Hartung Book Two: Hattie

Chop plates, 10 1/4 inches

Amber, 1,300, 3,500 (both 2010),
   600, 850 (both 2011), 2,400 (2012), 1,500 (2016)

Green, 135 (2008), 115 (2010),
   170, 215 (both 2011), 105 (2013), 380 (2016)

Helios, 105 (2001), 210 (2002), 215 (2009), 75 (2016)

Marigold, 250, 325 (both 2013),
   800, 1,050 (both 2014), 300, 1,400 (both 2015),
   275 (2016)

Purple, 950, 1,200 (2010), 1,700 (2011),
   1,000, 1,300, 1,750, 2,000 (all 2014),
   900, 1,200 (both 2016)

Rosebowl whimsies, scarce

Amber, 1,600 (1998), 725 (2010), 275 (2012)

Green reported

Helios, 350 (2009)

Marigold, 225 (2010), 60, 125 (both 2012),
   145 (2013), 275 (2014), 325 (2015), 300 (2016)

Purple, 2,500 (1995), 450 (2010), 400 (2013)

Last updated 1/13/2017

Bowls, 8-9 inches

Amber, 45 (2012), 40, 135 (both 2014),
   40 (2015)

Blue, 700 (2008), 2,300 (2011)

Green, 55 (1994), 30 (2005), 35 (2014)

Helios green, 25 (2016)

Marigold, 20, 60 (both 2014),
   10, 15 (both 2015), 8, 20 (both 2016)

Purple, 210, 325 (both 2011), 170 (2012),
   90 (2013), 130, 200 (both 2014),
   80, 95, 140, 195 (all 2015),
   50, 50, 180 (all 2016)

Smoke, 30, 35, 40 (all 2014),
   10, 65 (both 2015)