|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.|
Green, 550 (2006), 850 (2011),
325, 575 (both 2012), 425 (2013),
1,300 (2016), 550 (2019)
Green, minor damage, 450 (2018)
Helios green, 800 (1998)
Marigold, 375 (2011)
Marigold, listed as mini, 5 inches tall with a nick, sold for $675.
Bowl, large berry, 10 inch
Small berry or sauce
|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.
|This was described as a whimsied ruffled giant vase when it sold at the 2012 Texas Carnival Glass club auction for $2,900.
|In August of 2018, Don Farrell Sr. sent me this photo of a Zippered Heart vase in pumpkin marigold. It had been purchased by his friend, Eugene Brominski, at a St. Louis estate auction. It was the only piece of Carnival Glass in the auction and was said to have been originally purchased by a fourth-generation great grandmother and been in the family since.