Memphis, Northwood
Although it has many characteristics of other cut-style patterns, Memphis is distinguished by its panel of raised square hobs. It is found only in fruit sets, punch sets, and berry bowls (aside from one spooner in purple and a tumbler in green). Above left is a fruit set in which the base of the bowl (with a larger collar base) fits over the top of the stand. With the punch set, at right, the top fits into the top of the stand. Stands are identical for both.

Hartung Book Two: Memphis

Fruit sets, 7-10 pieces

Amethyst/purple, 250 (2020), 140, 275, 300, 400, 750 (all 2021)

Green, 330 (2009), 550 (2018), 400 (2021)

Ice blue, 2,200 (2015), 2,250 (2016), 1,750, 4,100 (both 2017)

Ice green, 11,000 (1997)

Ice green, 6 piece, 4,200 (2017)

Marigold, 120, 170 (both 2017), 140 (2018), 160 (2021)

White, 1,250 (2014), 1,300 (2015), 1,225, 2,200 (both 2018)

Fruit or punch bowl and base

Amethyst/purple, 225 (2018), 100, 425 (both 2020), 180 (2021)

Blue, two known, 7,000 (2017)

Green, 2,000 (2005), 475 (2015), 350 (2021)

Green, with two cups, 400 (2019)

Ice blue, 3,750 (1994), 1,400 (2017)

Ice green, 15,000 (1996), 4,700 (2016)

Ice green, cracks in bowl, 1,700 (1999)

Lime green, chipped, 1,000 (2009)

Marigold, 150 (2013), 300 (2018), 230, 400 (both 2021)

White, 1,250 (2012), 1,225 (2018), 675 (2021)

Fruit or punch bowl top only

Marigold, 85 (2021)

Bases for either fruit or punch sets

Amethyst/purple, 30 (2018), 5, 15, 45 (all 2020),
   10, 15, 35 (both 2021)

Blue, 250, 325 (both 2017), 40 (2019), 150 (2020)

Green, 25 (2009), 35 (2013), 35 (2017), 45 (2019)

Ice blue, 30 (2019), 95 (2020)

Ice green, 105 (2015), 35 (2019), 50 (2021)

Marigold, 5, 15 (both 2016), 30 (2019), 15, 25 (both 2021)

White, 30 (2011), 20 (2014), 20 (2019)

Punch sets, 7-10 pieces

Amethyst/purple, 300, 400 (both 2016),
   310, 500 (both 2017), 245 (2020),
   250, 300 (both 2021)

Amethyst, round top, 700 (2005)

Green, 725 (2016), 650, 675 (both 2017),
   525, 625 (both 2018), 550 (2021)

Green, 6 pieces, 335 (2016)

Green, 4 pieces, 475 (2021)

Ice blue, 950 (2011)

Ice blue, heat checks, 4,500 (2008)

Ice blue, cracks in bowl, 750 (2017),
   375 (2019)

Ice green, 5,000 (2021)

Ice green, 6 piece, 6,250 (2017)

Lime green, tiny flake, 7,000 (2009)

Marigold, 130, 200, 300 (all 2019),
   225 (2020), 250 (2021)

White, 1,225 (2017),
   950, 1,000, 1,500 (all 2018),
   900, 1,800 (both 2021)

White, 6-piece, 2,500 (2016)

Punch cups (for either punch or fruit sets)

Amethyst/purple, 10 (2014), 3 (2018),
   5, 15 (both 2020), 10, 15, 25 (all 2021)

Green, 5 (2019)

Green, set of 3, 35 (2017), 5 (2018)

Ice blue, 50 (2015), 35, 45 (both 2016),
   25 (2017), 40 (2018)

Ice blue, set of 4, 80 (2017)

Ice green, 300 (1996), 55 (2001), 50 (2017)

Lime green, 55 (2015), 70 (2017),
   20 (2019)

Marigold, 15 (2017), 5 (2019), 5 (2020)

White, 20-35

The berry bowls, found mostly in marigold, are actually more scarce than either the fruit or punch sets in that color. The lack of an interior pattern, however, prevents them from being more desirable.

Berry sets

Marigold, 8-piece, 55 (2016)

Marigold, 7-piece, 160 (2010), 165 (2013),
   70 (2017)

Marigold, 6-piece, 75 (2014)

Marigold, 5-piece, 180 (2009), 50 (2012),
   35 (2015)

Bowl, large berry

Blue, 550 (2008)

Lavender, light color, 90 (2006)

Marigold, 30, 40, 45 (all 2016), 25 (2020),
   25, 85 (both 2021)

Purple, 195 (2009), 90 (2014)

Bowl, small berry

Marigold, 130 (1998), 8 (2015), 5 (2019)

At the left are the only known shakers in the Memphis pattern. In green, they sold at the American Carnival Glass Association convention auction in 2013 for $1,025 for the pair.
At the left is the only tumbler I've heard of in the Memphis pattern. In green, it sold at the 2004 www.cga convention auction for $600.
This whimsey marigold vase made from a tumbler sold in 2020. It is possibly the only one known and brought $3,000. Photo courtesy of Tom Burns auctions.

Updated 7/23/2021

Fake butter dish
These fake Memphis butter dishes have been appearing on eBay with some regularity lately. Usually listed as black amethyst, but other colors are quite possible.