|Honeycomb and Clover, Fenton|
|Honeycomb and Clover is seen on the exterior of bonbons, bowls, and plates in which the interior is plain. It is also used as the exterior pattern for Fenton's Feathered Serpent and Pebbles patterns. It has been reported in compotes, but I suspect these are another, similar pattern. Bonbons in amethyst and green sold for $20 in 1994 and $40 in 1998, marigold for $5 and $8 in 1998 and 1999. An amethyst ice cream shaped bowl sold for $90 in 1999.
In 2016, an amber 8 3/4-inch bowl sold for $85.
In 2017, an amethyst bonbon whimsey sold for $45.
In 2022, a 6 3/8-inch plate in marigold sold for $325.
|In 2007, Ellis Hudson sent me this photo of his marigold Honeycomb and Clover butter dish. I'd never heard of one before, but here is a gorgeous example.|
|Another shape from the table sets, this spooner sold at a 2012 auction for $45 and was noted as the only one the auctioneer had heard of.|