Wild Blackberry, Fenton

Found in ruffled, three-in-one and candy ribbon edges, mostly in green bowls. It was also used as an advertising piece with "H. Maday & Sons" molded into the bottom of the base. Although similarly named, this pattern is quite different from Fenton's and Northwood's Raspberry or Blackberry patterns. The plate shown on the left is the only one known in amethyst and sold at a 1999 auction for $8,500.
Plates

Amethyst, 8,500 (1999), 2,200 (2010)

Green, smooth edge, 4,600 (2009)

Marigold, 2,500 (first reported, 2006),
   1,400 (2009)
Bowls, about 9 inches

Amethyst, 65 (2009), 85 (2012),
   40, 105 (both 2013), 28 (2014),
   100 (2016)

Blue, 250 (1996), 225 (1999),
   90, 170 (both 2015)

Green, 45 (2010), 75, 165, 280 (all 2011),
   105 (2012), 65, 75, 130, 155 (all 2015),
   5 (2016)

Marigold, 70 (2009), 95 (2011), 90 (2012),
   55, 85, 200 (all 2013), 85 (2014),
   35, 65, 90 (all 2015), 10, 80 (both 2016)

Bowls, H. Maday & Sons advertising on base

Amethyst/purple, 350 (2009), 425 (2012),
   285 (2016)

Green, 375 (1996), 145, 250 (both 2009),
   250 (2016)

Updated 1/24/2017