Pacific Coast Mail Order, Fenton
Known in both marigold and blue (a handful of examples of each), these fruit bowls are based on Fenton's Grape and Cable fruit bowls that have a plain interior. The complete lettering reads "Compliments of Pacific Coast Mail Order House, Los Angeles."

Fruit bowls

Blue, 3,300 (2008), 3,600 (2010), 5,750 (2017),
   1,250 (2022)

Blue, crack, 325, 425 (2012)

Marigold, 2,500 (2005), 2,000 (2009),
   3,250 (2017)

Updated 7/26/2022

This blue example, from the collection of Judy Maxwell, sold at the 2008 Heart of America Carnival Glass Association convention auction for $3,300. It is one of only two perfect blue examples.

From The Encyclopedia of Carnival Glass Lettered Pieces,
by John Resnik, 1989.

"Once again I have encountered difficulties obtaining information from a metropollitan area. The Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce has no listing for this company. Local libraries showed no data. I did manage to establish a time frame of operation through telephone directory listings, and ascertained at least a rudimentary outline of their business scope through a couple of print media advertisements

J.C. Floyd established the Pacific Mail Order House at 119-231 South Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California in the year 1912. This enterprise was one of the first to offer Asian Imports nationwide on a mail order basis. Their stock in trade appears to have centered around clothing and novelty items.

I ran a check on Mr. Floyd's home and found it to be a downtown boarding house. This, coupled with my knowledge of Los Angeles' less desirable neighborhoods, leads me to believe this was an ill financed, fly-by-nigh operation, from the onset."