Stork and Rushes, Stork and Rushes/Lattice Band, Dugan
Dugan made their Stork and Rushes in two slightly different patterns. One, as shown in the water set above left, has a band of beads at the top and bottom of the pieces. The second has a lattice band at top and bottom, as shown in the pitcher on the right (courtesy of Bill and Sharon Mizell). L.G. Wright reproduced the Stork and Rushes pattern.

Hartung Book One: Stork and Rushes

Beaded water sets, 5 pieces

Amethyst/purple, 375 (1996), 450 (2006)

Blue, 650 (2003), 425 (2009), 225 (2014)

Marigold, 250 (2003), 200 (2004)

Beaded water sets, 6 pieces

Lime, light, 40 (2020)

Beaded water sets, 7 pieces

Blue, 375 (2017), 200, 230 (both 2020), 350 (2021)

Lime green, marigold tumblers, 400 (2001)

Marigold, 90 (2019), 60, 140 (both 2020)

Beaded water pitchers

Amethyst/purple, 200 (2011), 165 (2017), 115 (2018)

Blue, 650 (2006)

Blue, with 1 tumbler, damage to both, 70 (2019)

Blue, with 2 tumblers, 200 (2017), 150 (2021)

Lime green, glows, 95 (2020)

Marigold, 45 (2006), 45 (2015), 50 (2018)

Marigold, with one tumbler, 115 (2011), 75 (2015)

Beaded Tumblers or unspecified

Amethyst/purple, 20 (2015), 15, 25 (both 2019)

Blue, 5, 10, 20 (all 2020), 15 (2021)

Blue, powder, 85 (2001), 40 (2003)

Marigold, 2.50, 10, 15 (all 2019), 15 (2020)

Beaded Mugs

Marigold, 20 (2017)

Lattice Band water set, 5 pieces

Blue, 400 (2001), 400 (2007)

Lattice band water pitcher

Blue, 200 (2009), 150 (2018)

Lattice band tumblers

Amethyst/purple, 25 (2020), 15 (2021)

Aqua, 20 (2015)

Blue, (2018), 30, 35 (2019)

Marigold, 15 (2018), 2.50, 20 (both 2019)

Hat, JIP, from tumbler

Marigold, 15 (2014)

Lattice band mugs

Amethyst/purple, 15, 25 (both 2020),
   40, 100 (both 2021)

Aqua, 190 (2018)

Blue, 225 (2019), 175 (2020), 250 (2021)

Blue, powder, 100 (2008), 210 (2009)

Lavender, 150 (2009)

Marigold, 5, 6, 10 (all 2013), 5 (2020),
   5 (2021)

Lattice band hats, from tumbler, 2 sides

Amethyst/purple, 10, 35 (both 2016)

Marigold, 25 (2015), 15 (2021)

Lattice band baskets, handled, from tumbler

Amethyst/purple, 65 (2017)

Marigold, 15 (2016), 35 (2019), 30 (2020)

Lattice band berry sets

Marigold, 5 pieces, 25 (2005), 40 (2012)

Marigold, 3 pieces, 45 (2011)

Note the interesting stand for the above punch bowl. Despite the fact that it does not match the other parts of the pattern and looks too tall to be the correct stand, it is the right one. Dugan used a vase, called Summer Days, and turned it upside down to serve as the base for Stork and Rushes. Although complete table sets are known, they are quite rare. Even the components appear infrequently. Punch sets and table sets are known only in the beaded versions.

For an article about the differences between the punch bowl top and the large berry bowl, click here

Punch sets

Amethyst/purple, 15 pieces, 400 (2019)

Amethyst/purple, 9 pieces, 600 (2000), 300 (2020)

Amethyst/purple, 8 pieces, 675 (2009), 170 (2011),
   325 (2020)

Marigold, 4 pieces, 100 (2009)

Marigold, 8 pieces, 55 (2016), 110 (2019), 300 (2020)

Marigold, 9-10 pieces, 375 (2010), 150 (2012), 105 (2014)

Marigold, 11 pieces, 115 (2015)

Marigold, 14 pieces, 110 (2019)

Punch bowl and base

Amethyst, 400 (2006), 325 (2012)

Marigold, 65 (2014), 75 (2017), 120 (2021)

Punch bowl top only

Marigold, 105 (2008), 25 (2014)

Punch base (Summer Days vase)

Amethyst/purple, 200 (2010)

Marigold, 55 (2007), 8 (2011), 10 (2019)

Punch cups

Amethyst, 5-10

Marigold, 5-10

Table set, 4 piece

Marigold, 400 (eBay 2005)

Butter dish

Marigold, 135 (2004)

Creamer

Amethyst/purple, 110, (1998), 110 (2007)

Lime green, 15 (2015)

Marigold, 55 (2002), 35 (2012)

Spooner

Marigold, 20 (2017), 20 (2020)

Berry sets, 7 piece

Amethyst, 40 (2012)

Fruit bowl, 9 3/4-inch deep round

Purple, 45 (2015)

Bowl, large berry

Marigold, 15-25

Bowl, small berry

Amethyst, 10-15

Marigold, 5-10


In 2021, this first reported bonbon, in marigold, sold for $575, with a small base chip. A stemmed bonbon. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Updated 7/5/2021

In 2006, this white spittoon whimsey was offered on eBay. Apparently made from a sugar base or spooner. The bids rose to $6,200 before it was pointed out that it was a new item by Wright. It dropped back to about $100 but eventually sold for $1,005.