Pond Lily, Fenton

Pond Lily is one of Fenton's less frequently seen patterns and found only in bonbons. It has a wreath of pond lilies around the center and a ring of Fenton's scale band pattern circling the edge. Though similar, it's not Fenton's Water Lily pattern.

Hartung Book Four: Pond Lily

Bonbon or card tray (2 sides up)

Amethyst/purple, 30, 40 (both 2019), 15 (2020), 25 (2021), 30 (2022)

Blue, 30 (2017), 25, 45 (both 2018), 15, 30, 40 (all 2019), 20, 25 (both 2022)

Blue, Persian, 225 (2001), 2,000 (2019)

Blue, Persian, heat check, 600 (2004)

Camphor, not iridized, 25 (2019)

Celeste blue, two reported, 5,750 (2012), 5,750 (2022)

Green, 60 (2016), 10 (2017), 50 (2019), 25 (2022)

Green, mint, 25 (2021)

Ice green, 125 (2006), 375 (2007), 190 (2016)

Lavender ice, large base chip, 40 (2002)

Marigold, 25 (2015), 15 (2016), 10, 15 (both 2019), 15 (2022)

Peach opal, first reported, 900 (1997)

Peach opal, minor nick by handle, 200 (2016)

Red opaque, 250 (2022)

Vaseline, polished tip, 900 (2008)

White, 25, 45, 60 (all 2018), 20, 35 (both 2019), 25 (2021), 10, 25, 30 (all 2022)

This iridized blue opaque Pond Lily bonbon sold in 2021. The auctioneer, Tom Burns, noted that it had been in the Fenton Museum until closing in 1994. It sold for $2,900.

Updated 7/1/2022