Peter Rabbit, Fenton

The Peter Rabbit pattern has much the same overall design as Fenton's Coral and Little Fishes, but in this case rabbits are tucked among the trees at the outer edge. Many of these have been found in England, leading to speculation that they were produced basically for export. Although neither is easy to find, plates appear about as often as bowls.

Hartung Book Four: Peter Rabbit

Bowls, about 8 inches, ruffled

Blue, 2,000, 2,300 (both 2004)

Green, 1,350, 1,550 (both 2010), 1,500 (2012),
   850 (2014), 900 (2016)

Marigold, 475, 900 (both 2011), 750 (2012),
   525, 650, 1,300 (all 2014), 800 (2016),
   1,100, 1,600 (both 2017)

Bowls, ice cream shape

Blue, 2,200 (2009), 1,700 (2010), 1,800 (2014)

Green, 1,400, 1,700 (both 2007), 1,900 (2015)

Marigold, 1,800 (2003), 900 (2011), 1,050 (2016)

Plates, about 9 inches

Blue, 2,200, 2,500, 5,250 (all 2010),
   2,900 (2012), 1,980, 3,500 (both 2014),
   3,700 (2017)

Blue, edge flake, 1,200 (2016)

Green, 1,500, 2,900 (both 2010),
   2,900, 3,000 (both 2011), 3,600 (2012),
   4,700 (2016)

Green, burst on collar base, 2,000 (2015)

Marigold, 5,000 (2008), 3,700 (2009),
   2,700 (2016), 2,600 (2017)

Marigold, pumpkin, 6,500 (2011)

Updated 8/31/2017