Plaid, Fenton

Above are an ice cream shape bowl in blue and the only two known three-in-one edge bowls in blue.

Updated 7/6/2020

A unique pattern, unlike anything else in Carnival, with rays divided into small rectangular shapes creating a texture that reminds some people of a cross section of a log. Many pieces in this pattern have been found in the northwestern US, leading to speculation that they may have been a special order for a glass distributor selling in that area.

Hartung Book Four: Plaid

Bowls, about 9 inches

Amethyst, 400 (2008), 900 (2010), 320 (2013),
   300 (2016), 245 (2018)

Blue, 160, 400 (both 2017),
   150, 160, 200, 385 (all 2018),
   120, 140, 300 (all 2019), 110, 150 (both 2020)

Celeste blue, 10,000 (2010),
   3,100 (flake on edge, 2019)

Green, 350, 375, 525 (both 2014),
   280, 325, 410 (all 2016), 300 (2017),
   325, 800 (both 2018), 250 (2019)

Green, 3/1 edge, 675 (2012)

Lavender, 175 (2016)

Marigold, 35, 60, 90, 125, 275 (all 2016),
   100, 190 (both 2017), 55, 70, 110 (all 2018),
   70, 75 (both 2019), 40, 55, 60, 80, 85 (all 2020)

Red, 1,300 (2011), 750 (2012),
   3,100 (2013), 1,000 (2015),
   1,300, 1,800 (both 2018), 3,000 (2019)

Teal, 2,000 (2001), 1,100 (2010), 725 (2012),
   550 (2016)

Plates (some with slightly turned up edges)

Amethyst, 900 (2004)

Blue, 600 (2015)

Marigold, 110, 170 (both 2006), 110 (2007),
   180 (2011), 105, 140, 375 (all 2016)