Rosalind, Millersburg

Rosalind has radiating arcs that are reminiscent of peacock tail designs. It's a scarce pattern found in several sizes of bowls, rare 9 inch plates, two sizes of compotes and, in 2002, the discovery of the first chop plate (in marigold). The pattern was also used as the interior of Millersburg's Dolphins compotes. The compotes above are the 9-inch jelly compotes. Beware of the contemporary Fenton low compote, Drape and Tie, which has an almost identical pattern, being offered as Rosalind.

Hartung Book Four: Rosalind

Large bowls, ruffled, about 9 1/2 to 10 1/2 inches

Amethyst, 85, 130 (both 2011), 130 (2012),
   95, 100, 150, 165 (all 2014), 205 (2015),
   150 (2017)

Aqua/teal, 350 (2000), 200 (2012), 130 (2013),
   275 (2015), 150, 265, 350 (both 2016)

Green, 125 (2010), 110, 125 (both 2012),
   100 (2013), 100, 125 (both 2014),
   50, 60 (both 2015), 110 (2016), 85 (2017)

Lavender, 175 (2009)

Marigold, 70 (2010), 70 (2011),
   60, 95 (both 2013), 50, 65, 95 (all 2014),
   45, 115, 190 (all 2015), 35, 65, 75, 95 (all 2016)

Olive, 100 (2007)

Large bowls, ice cream shape

Amethyst, 130 (2011), 375 (2013), 500 (2016)

Green, 250 (2010), 170, 300 (both 2013)

Marigold, 105 (2009), 155 (2010), 225 (2013),
   200 (2016)

Large bowls, three-in-one edge

Amethyst, 275 (2009), 300 (2015), 275 (2017)

Green, 165 (2009), 400 (2016)

Marigold, 95 (2010), 130 (2013),
   90, 95, 105 (all 2014), 60, 65, 75 (2016),
   60, 100 (both 2017)

Midsize bowls, about 9 inches (scarce size)

Amethyst, 175 (2001), 400 (2007), 130 (2011)

Green, 175, 200, 310 (all 2008), 250 (2009),
   65 (2011), 125 (2014), 75 (2016)

Green, 8 inch, 475 (2004), 300 (2012)

Marigold, 90 (2010), 45 (2016)

Olive green, 165 (2016)

Small bowl or sauce

Amethyst, 1,500 (2004), 250, 625 (both 2007),
   325 (2015), 400, 500 (both 2016)

Blue, three known

Green, 725 (2003), 1,450 (2004), 650 (2009),
   400, 650 (both 2012), 450 (2015), 575 (2017)

Marigold, 1,300 (1993), 1,500 (2003), 700 (2016)

Small compotes, about 6 inches tall

Amethyst,500 (2006), 550 (2007), 950 (2009),
   775 (2014), 375, 650 (both 2015), 350 (2016)

Amethyst, 7 inch, 900 (2003)

Green, 425, 600 (both 2003), 325 (2008),
   550, 650, 800 (all 2014)

Jelly compote, about 9 inches tall

Amethyst, 4,000 (2004), 4,500 (2007),
   9,750 (2012), 2,300 (2015), 3,750 (2017)

Blue, one known, 15,000 (2004), 11,500 (2007),
   13,000 (2012)

Green, 5,000 (2007), 4,300 (2012), 3,000 (2015)

Marigold, 4,000 (2002), 4,500 (2007),
   3,500 (2015)

Plates, 9 inches

Amethyst, 1,700 (1996), 1,500 (2004),
   1,700 (2010)

Green, 1,250 (2003), 1,900 (2014), 550 (2016)

Chop plate, about 11 inches

Marigold known (owned by Tom Mordini)

Also see Rosalind variant compotes


The above Rosalind ice cream shaped sauce in blue is the only blue piece I'm aware of in the pattern other than the listed jelly compote. Danny McFalls sent me the photos in early 2015, saying he had recently purchased them. Subsequently, it was pointed out that a blue ruffled sauce had appeared on Pinterest and another blue sauce is in a Carnival collection.

Updated 5/1/2017