Paneled Dandelion, Fenton
With its six panels dominated by groups of flowers, Paneled Dandelion is easy to spot. The photo on the right shows two tankards. The example on the left is the usual version, but on the right is one of the few examples with the handle applied on the seam. This green piece sold for $950 in 1994.

Hartung Book Three: Panelled Dandelion

Water sets, 7 pieces

Amethyst, 275 (2006), 400, 625 (both 2009),
   300 (2011), 350 (2014), 225 (2015)

Amethyst, 6 piece, 475 (2013)

Blue, 325 (2012), 150, 500 (both 2013),
   175, 325, 375 (all 2014), 250 (2015), 300 (2016)

Green, 350, 650 (both 2009), 350 (2011),
   325, 400 (both 2014), 190 (2015)

Green, pitcher handle applied on seam, 400 (2015)

Green, 5 piece, 375 (2014)

Marigold, 300, 450 (both 2009), 95, 300 (both 2013),
   140, 145 (both 2014)

Marigold, pitcher handle applied on seam, 150 (2015)

Tumblers (usually with factory ground base)

Amethyst/purple, 15 (2014), 15 (2017

Blue, 25 (2013), 15 (2014), 20 (2015)

Green, 10, 30, 60 (all 2013), 15, 28 (both 2014),
   15 (2015), 13 (2016), 15 (2017)

Marigold, 15 (2013), 10 (2014), 15 (2015), 10 (2016)

Water tankards

Amethyst, 500 (2008), 225 (2009), 200 (2010),
   600 (2011), 165, 175 (both 2014)

Blue, 350, 425 (both 2004), 325 (2007),
   300, 575 (both 2008), 275 (2013),
   160, 300 (both 2015), 200 (2015)

Green, 250 (2006), 200, 425 (both 2009),
   200 (2010), 400 (2013), 170, 250 (both 2016)

Green, handle on seam, 400 (2006)

Marigold, 300 (2004), 160 (2006), 105 (2007),
   115 (2010)

Marigold, with 3 tumblers, 130 (2016)

Marigold, handle on seam, 325 (2003)

In 2003, Doug and Gloria Becker sent me a photo of their marigold pitcher with the handle applied on the seam. You can view it here.

At the left are two extraordinary pieces in the Paneled Dandelion pattern. The vase is blue and was whimsied from a pitcher. Note the circular area on the right panel where the handle would have been applied. There are three known, all blue--one sold for $12,000 in 2009.

The candlelamp, also blue, was put together from two separate finds by Tom Mordini. An example of one of these candlelamps in blue sold in 2012 for $8,000.

Updated 4/29/2017