Pinecone, Fenton
Fenton made this pattern in two sizes in both bowls and plates. Pieces made from the larger mold often have a scalloped edge that is sometimes referred to as 12 sided. The smaller may also have the scalloped edge or, as shown here, a sawtooth edge and narrow plain band around the edge. Interestingly, plates are seen more often than bowls but nonetheless bring better prices at auction.

Hartung Book Two: Pinecone

Bowl, small berry or sauce, 5-6 inches, mostly ruffled

Amethyst, 30 (2008), 20 (2010), 15 (2013)

Blue, 20, 23, 40 (all 2013), 15, 25 (both 2014),
   40 (2015), 25 (2016)

Blue, powder, 30 (2010)

Green, 130 (2007), 25 (2012), 55 (2014),
   25 (2015)

Marigold, 15 (2011), 10, 23 (both 2012),
   15 (2016)

Sapphire blue (light), 160 (1997)

Bowls, 7-8 inches

Amber, 15 (2016)

Amethyst, 95 (1999), 15 (2012), 10 (2014),
   45 (2015)

Blue, 25, 50, 105 (all 2006), 28 (2012),
   20, 65 (both 2013)

Green, 45 (2004), 23, 40 (2010), 35 (2012),
   15 (2015), 10 (2016)

Green, emerald, ice cream shape, 415 (1996)

Lavender, 75 (1996)

Marigold, 110 (2011), 12 (2012)

Berry sets, 7 inch master, 6 ruffled sauces

Blue, 200 (2008)

Plates, small, 6--6 1/2 inches

Amber, 210 (2016)

Amethyst/purple, 40, 65, 80 (all 2013),
   30, 40, 55 (all 2014), 70 (2015),
   95, 100 (both 2016)

Amethyst/purple, wide panel exter., 195 (2014),
   575 (2016)

Blue, 25, 35, 80 (all 2013), 95 (2014), 75 (2015),
   25, 35, 40 50, 75 (all 2016)

Blue, electric, 150 (2014)

Green, 50, 75, 90, 95, 140, 155, 160 (all 2014),
   75 (2015), 30, 75, 115 (all 2016)

Marigold, 13, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 45 (all 2013),
   25, 40, 60 (all 2014), 15, 45, 65 (all 2015),
   5, 20 (both 2016)

Plates, 7-8 inches

Amber, 425 (2003), 400 (2005), 450 (2007)

Amethyst, 195 (2008), 100, 140 (both 2010),
   310 (2012)

Blue, 40, 65 (both 2009), 100 (2010),
   30 (2013), 145 (2014), 45 (2016)

Horehound, 225 (2015)

Marigold, 25, 65 (both 2010), 475 (2011),
   30, 50, 205 (all 2014)

These two photos were sent to me by Charity Kalata in 2015. They're of a Pinecone ruffled bowl. What's unusual is that the back pattern is Fenton's Orange Tree. Nobody I've spoken to recalls ever seeing this combination. The back is usually plain or has a wide paneled design. Perhaps an experiment that got out of the factory by mistake.

Updated 2/18/2017