Poppy Show, Imperial   

Not the same pattern as Northwood's bowls and plates, but nonetheless collectors call this pattern Poppy Show. Quite a large vase, measuring about 12 inches tall and with heavily sculpted flowers. Shown are purple, smoke, and marigold examples. This pattern was reproduced by Imperial, with their IG mark, and by Fenton for Singleton Bailey.

Article on Imperial's Poppy Show Vases

Hartung Book Six: Poppy Show Vase

Amber, 13,000 (2011), 5,500 (2017)

Green, 5,750 (2013), 400, 425 (both 2015), 95 (2020)

Lavender, 800 (1994)

Marigold, 125, 300, 550, 675 (all 2017), 85, 110, 120, 150, 175, 225, 275 (all 2018),
   105, 225, 325 (both 2019), 105, 130, 190 (all 2020), 170, 195, 240, 250 (all 2021)

Purple, 14,000 (2007), 3,500 (2009), 4,500 (2012), 1,750, 2,100, 4,000 (all 2016),
   4,100, 6,500 (both 2017), 2,600 (2018), 3,500, 4,500 (both 2020)

Purple, blue iridescence, 10,000 (2010)

Smoke, 2,300, 2,700 (both 2013), 750, 1,800 (both 2015), 800, 1,700 (both 2016),
   3,500 (2017), 875 (2018), 1,000, 1,800 (both 2020), 700 (2021)

Updated 5/7/2021

This curious item, referred to as a Poppy Show Lamp base, sold in 2020 for $800. This one is purple and another is known in marigold. Photo courtesy of Wroda auctions.