Stippled Rays with Scale Band Exterior, Fenton

Several manufacturers made patterns with stippled rays as the primary design but they are often difficult to tell apart. There's no mistaking this one: It has Fenton's unque edge and a back pattern called Scale Band. In the below listing of prices, I've used only those examples specifically indicated as having been Stippled Rays with the Scale Band exterior. I suspect many plates and bowls sold at auction and listed simply as Stippled Rays may in fact have the Scale Band back. Scale Band is also the dominant pattern on pitchers and tumblers made by Fenton. The red plate above sold for $775 in 2003.
Bowl or sauce, 5 1/2--6 inches

Amber, 10 (2013)

Aqua/teal, 55 (1998), 90 (2005)

Amberina, 165, 265 (both 2002),
   95, 195 (both 2003), 80 (2009)

Blue, 35 (2005), 18 (2012)

Marigold, 15-20

Red, 85, 150, 265, 575 (2012),
   90, 110, 325 (all 2013), 80 (2014)

Reverse amberina, 50, 140 (both 2011),
   70 (2012), 105, 135 (both 2014)

White, 180 (2012)

Plates, 6 1/2--7 inches

Amber, 40 (2000)

Green, 130 (2011)

Marigold, 5 (2013)

Pink, 30 (2008)

Red, 775 (2003), 700 (2011), 325 (2013)

Teal green, 250 (2003)

Bowls, 9--10 inches

Blue, ice cream shape, 110 (1999)

White, ruffled, 85 (2008), 110 (2012),
   165 (2013)

Berry sets, 7 pieces, 8 1/2 inch master

Marigold, 90 (2008)

Here's a 9-inch Stippled Rays bowl in ice blue, a color I've not heard of before in this pattern. Most unusual. Thanks to King Hoppel, who owns the bowl, for the photo.