Swan, Pastel
These little swans were made by several companies, with details varying on the necks and wings. They're usually referred to as salt dishes, although I'm not sure that was the original intent. Oddly, some of the colors that are seen most often in other Carnival, such as marigold and amethyst/purple, are quite scarce--while colors that are scarce in other Carnival, such as celeste blue, ice green, and pink, are quite common in these swans. They were also made in uniridized form in many of the same colors, and they have been reproduced.

Hartung Book Three: Pastel Swan

Amber, 14 (2013), 35 (2015)

Amethyst/purple, 50, 100 (both 2014), 25, 30, 50 (all 2015), 25, 95, 125 (all 2016)

Amethyst/purple, metal tag "Hotel Marborogh," 60 (2014), 75 (2016)

Aqua/teal, whimsey with head touching chest, 1,200 (1995)

Aqua, 300 (2007)

Aqua opal, 425 (2005)

Blue opal, 110 (2001), 20 (2002), 30 (2014)

Celeste blue, 10 (2014), 13, 15 (both 2015)

Celeste blue, head bent down, 155 (2002)

Cranberry flashed, 80 (2003)

Florentine green, glows, 20 (2010)

Green, 130 (1994)

Green opal, 50 (1994), 20 (2014)

Ice blue, 75 (1995)

Ice green, 10 (2015)

Ice green, head bent down, 30 (2015)

Lime green, 50 (2002), 10 (2003), 110 (2004), 10 (2006), 5 (2010)

Marigold, 40 (2011), 20, 25 (both 2012), 50 (2013), 40 (2014),
   10, 20, 45 (all 2016)

Marigold, Souvenir Deer Isle, Maine, 145 (2014)

Olive green, 550 (1994)

Peach opal, 65, 160 (both 2012), 135 (2013), 50, 65, 110 (all 2014),
   75, 155, 160 (all 2015), 50, 80, 85, 165 (all 2016)

Pink, 10 (2009), 5, 10 (both 2010), 55 (2011), 10 (2015)

Sapphire blue, 550 (1998), 225 (2001), 225 (2008), 85 (2016)

Teal, 130 (2013), 85 (2014)

Vaseline, 13 (2007), 25 (2010), 28, 55 (both 2011)

Vaseline opal, 185 (1995), 300 (1998), 45 (2014), 55 (2015)

White, 300 (1997), 325 (1999), 550 (2001), 300 (2011)

Updated 3/29/2017