Ribbon Tie, Fenton

Occasionally called Comet, Ribbon Tie has a unique pattern of whirling rays. Known in plates and bowls in a limited range of colors with ruffled, three-in-one, candy ribbon edge (marigold example above) or rarely, ice cream shape. While purists say plates cannot be ruffled, the above blue plate does meet the other requirement that it be less than 2 inches above the table. Most pieces described as plates will have the three-in-one edging shown here. You'll have to decide whether you're buying a plate or bowl. These measure between 8 and 9 inches.

Hartung Book Three: Ribbon Tie

Plates or bowls, low ruffled or 3/1 edge

Amethyst, 50 (2013), 20, 50, 75 (all 2014),
   25, 40, 45, 50, 60 (all 2015),
   25, 30, 35, 40, 65 (all 2016)

Amethyst, black, 275 (2016)

Blue, 45 (2013), 60, 60, 75, 250 (all 2014),
   25, 35, 45, 75 (all 2015), 20, 65, 95, 110 (all 2016)

Blue, low 3/1, Fenton Museum sale, 248 (2014)

Blue, electric, 550 (2007), 525 (2008), 255 (2016)

Blue, powder, 435 (2012), 45 (2013), 140 (2014),
   190 (2016)

Green, 35, 75, 110, 120 (all 2016)

Marigold, 25, 30, 35, 75 (all 2013),
   20, 65 (both 2014), 40 (2015), 25 (2016)

Red, 15,000 (2013)

Bowls, ruffled

Amethyst, 20 (2013), 40 (2015)

Blue, 55 (2013), 35 (2014)

Green, 40 (2013)

Lavender, 70 (2010)

Marigold, 20 (2013)

Sapphire blue, 500 (2010)

Updated 3/28/2017

Bowls, candy ribbon edge

Amethyst, 60 (2011), 45 (2013),
   25, 75 (both 2014)

Blue, 90 (2006), 80 (2007), 140 (2013),
   100 (2014), 160 (2015)

Green, 35, 105 (both 2003), 55, 65 (both 2013),
   45, 75 (both 2014), 40 (2016)

Marigold, 55 (2008), 25 (2010), 75 (2014)

Bowls, ice cream shaped

Amethyst, 165 (2004), 105 (2013), 95 (2014),
   35 (2015)

Blue, 135 (2004), 275 (2013)

Green, 75 (2006), 75 (2010), 90, 225 (both 2013)

Marigold, 30 (2004), 95 (2013), 50 (2014)