Feathered Serpent, Fenton

A scarce pattern found only in large and small bowls and in several edge treatments including candy ribbon edge. At left is a typical large ruffled bowl in amethyst; above are small and large berry bowls in green.

Hartung Feathered Serpent

Bowls, 9-10 inches, ruffled, 3/1, or ice cream shape

Amethyst, 35, 60 (both 2019), 40, 45 (both 2020),
   30, 35, 120 (both 2021)

Amethyst, in metal bride's basket, 175 (1998)

Blue, 70, 130 (both 2015), 140, 190 (both 2016), 275 (2017)

Green, 50 (2015), 45 (2019), 30, 35, 85 (all 2020), 70 (2021)

Marigold, 20, 60 (both 2018), 30, 50, 180 (all 2019), 20 (2020)

Marigold, candy ribbon edge, 170 (2010)

Plate or bowl, tricorner

Blue, 120 (2011)

Green, 145 (2007), 13 (2011), 85 (2012)

Sauce or small berry, 5 inches

Amethyst, 25 (2012), 10, 15 (both 2014),
   10 (2020)

Blue, 25 (2004), 25 (2016), 10 (2020)

Green, 10 (2013), 15 (2014), 20 (2015)

Marigold, 10 (2017), 10 (2020)

Sauce or plate, tricorner

Amethyst, 35 (2002), 65 (2015), 20 (2016)

Blue, 120 (2011)

Green, 80 (2014), 55 (2015), 30 (2017)

Marigold, 55 (2000), 30 (2003)

Berry set, 5-7 pieces

Amethyst, 75 (2014), 70 (2019), 70 (2020)

Marigold, 50 (2005), 70 (2012)


Todd Kuwitsky found this very interesting large berry bowl at a mall in the Kansas City area during the 2017 HOACGA convention. It's amethyst, round and, as with all other Feathered Serpent pieces, has the Honeycomb and Clover exterior. However--the pattern in the center of the bowl is missing.

Updated 8/22/2021

An extraordinary item, the only one known, this Feathered Serpent whimsey ladies spittoon in green sold at a 1999 auction for $7,500, and at a 2011 auction for $3,500. In 2020, there was another sale for $6,000.

It was made from the small berry bowl and measures 3 3/4 inches wide and 2 1/4 inches high.