Hobstar Flower, Imperial

Updated 2/1/2017

Hobstar Flower has dominant hobstars with groups of diamond shapes between them. According to Glen and Stephen Thistlewood in their journal Network, Hobstar Flower is Imperial's pattern #302, which is also found in a decanter or cruet identified sometimes as the Imperial pattern Crabclaw. Additional work by Glen Thistlewood established that bowls known as Hobstar and Arches are also part of this line.

Compotes

Green, 15 (2013), 15 (2014), 10, 15 (both 2015)

Green, emerald, 700 (2004), 260 (2008), 600 (2016)

Lavender, 80 (2012), 45, 130 (both 2013)

Lime green, 65 (2001)

Marigold, 10 (2013), 10 (2015)

Olive, 45 (2001)

Purple, 80, 210 (both 2010), 75, 80 (both 2011),
   25, 40, 130 (2013), 25 (2014), 28, 35 (both 2015),
   30, 35, 45 (all 2016)

Purple, electric, 210 (2011)

Smoke, 75, 135 (both 2001)

Smokey lavender, 100 (2006)

Violet, 135 (2001), 255 (2003)