Heart and Vine, Fenton

Heart and Vine is found in plates and bowls with three-in-one edges, ruffled, and the candy ribbon edge shown here. The plate on the left is blue with green iridescence. The pattern is so similar to Fenton's Stream of Hearts compotes that one wonders if they weren't intended to be part of the same line. The pattern was used as the basis for Fenton's Good Luck bowls with the addition of a horseshoe and the words "Good Luck" in the center.

Hartung Book Two: Heart and Vine

Plates, 9 inch

Amethyst/purple, 225, 250, 300, 360 (all 2006),
   750 (2010), 125 (2013), 95 (2014), 130 (2015)

Blue, 205, 225, 250, 275 (all 2013),
   150, 200, 330, 625 (all 2014),
   210, 225 (both 2015),
   75, 125, 300, 325 (all 2016)

Blue, stretchy, 1,000 (2011), 275 (2012)

Marigold: The first plate in marigold that I've heard of sold on eBay in 2009 for $800. Looked authentic.
Bowls, 8-9 inches

Amethyst, 25, 35, 60 (all 2014), 35, 40, 45 (all 2015),
   25, 35, 40 (all 2016)

Blue, 25, 30, 35 (all 2014), 40, 45, 175 (all 2015),
   20, 35 (both 2016)

Blue, 3/1 edge, 110 (2014), 35, 40 (both 2015),
   40 (2016)

Blue, CRE, 55 (2016)

Green, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50 (all 2014),
   25, 30, 35, 70 (all 2015), 25, 50 (both 2016)

Green, emerald, 450 (2006)

Green, variant with berry back, 650 (1999)

Marigold, 25 (2015), 10, 35, 45 (all 2016)

Last updated 2/17/2017

At the left is a photo of a bowl in a pattern some collectors call Heart and Vine Variant. Note that while it is the same essential pattern as above, it has less detail in the wreath of leaves--which are smaller and more delicate. This interesting photo and the information was sent to me in 2014 by Michael Noonan.