Butterfly and Berry Vases   Updated 5/8/2014

One of the few swung vase patterns that is part of a wider range of shapes. These vases were made from a tumbler mold using a different ring cap with flames or scallops. Because the vases were made from such a small mold, they seldom are more than about 9 inches tall. Most have pulled-up flames like that at the back, but the crimped top is fairly common. Also known in white.

Vases, with top flames

Amber, 135 (2003), 40 (2006), 75 (2011), 145 (2012)

Amethyst, 335 (2006), 25 (2010)

Blue, 15-25

Celeste, 250 (2001)

Green, 100 (2010), 60, 90, 260 (all 2011), 50, 90 (both 2012)

Marigold, 10-20

Red, 370, 650, 750 (all 2009), 450 (2011), 450 (2012), 130 (2013)

Red slag, 850 (2005), 500 (2007), 350 (2009), 725 (2013)

Sapphire/aqua, 475 (2002)

Vaseline, 325 (2001)

Vases, crimped top

Blue, 18, 25, 30 (2010), 85 (2011), 23, 300 (both 2012), 18 (2013)

Blue, electric, 300 (2004)

Green, 215 (1999), 165 (2013)

Marigold, 15-20

Red, 425 (1993)

Also see Bowls, Hatpin Holders, and Water and Table Sets