Zippered Heart, Imperial

Zippered Heart is an exterior-only pattern, most often seen in the small sauces or berry bowls. It is sometimes confused with Northwood's Valentine, also known primarily in small bowls. The rosebowl is a huge piece of glass and seldom comes up for sale.

Hartung Book Three: Zippered Heart

Rosebowls

Green, 550 (2006), 850 (2011),
   325, 575 (both 2012), 425 (2013),
   1,300 (2016)

Helios green, 800 (1998)

Marigold, 375 (2011)

Berry sets

Purple, 6 piece, ruffled, 300 (2014), 140 (2016)

Purple, 7 piece, 175 (2010), 180 (2011),
   120, 145 (both 2012), 165 (2014),
   140, 150 (both 2015), 90 (2016)

Bowl, large berry, 10 inch

Marigold, 95 (2000)

Purple, 75 (2009), 110, 195 (both 2010), 525 (2012),
   95 (2016)

Small berry or sauce

Marigold, 40 (1997), 95 (2002)

Purple, 10, 25, 40, 50 (all 2010), 30 (2011), 45 (2013),
   25 (2016), 30, 55 (both 2017)

The compote at the left is the first I've heard of in this pattern and no doubt whimsied from the rosebowl. It's marigold and sold on eBay in 2005 for $1,125.

In 2017, another item listed as a compote in marigold and further described as a "Queen's Vase," sold for $600.

Updated 8/6/2017

This was described as a whimsied ruffled giant vase when it sold at the 2012 Texas Carnival Glass club auction for $2,900.