Fashion, Imperial   Updated 5/16/2014   
Comments by Alan and Lorraine Pickup

Imperial's Fashion looks much like other geometric patterns. This one features a largish hobstar above a fanned out leaf design along with small triangles filled with a file pattern. The shape of the water pitcher is fairly distinctive. Most Fashion pieces can be found in marigold, purple and smoke, with purple the most desirable. Smoke, by the way, is found in several variantions, which accounts for the differing colors on the above pieces. Toothpick holders, frequently seen in red, are contemporary.
Water sets, 7 pieces

Marigold, 70, 105, 120 (all 2010),
   70, 80, 115 (all 2012), 85, 100 (both 2013)

Purple, 325 (2009)

Smoke, 1,200 (2006), 600 (2009), 750 (2013),
   475 (2014)

Water pitchers

Marigold, 45, 85 (both 2009), 30 (2010),
   25, 40 (both 2012)

Purple, 600, 1,000 (both 2011), 300 (2012),
   450, 950, 975 (all 2013), 325 (2014)

Smoke, 225 (2010), 325 (2013), 185 (2014)

Smoke, with 2 tumblers, 425 (2008)

Tumblers

Marigold, 10-15

Purple, 76, 165 (both 2009),
   80, 140 (both 2010), 375 (2011)

Smoke, 40-70

The punch bowl shown here is more likely a fruit bowl (it seems rather impractical to have a deeply ruffled bowl for punch). A few bowls are round or flared, as are a few bases.

Punch sets, 8 pieces

Marigold, 50 (2010), 40, 160 (both 2012), 60, 85 (both 2013)

Marigold, 300 (ebay 2012)

Marigold, round, 190 (2004), 195 (2007), 60 (2011), 95 (2013)

Marigold, 9 piece, 90 (2005), 115, 150 (both 2009)

Marigold, 14 piece, 155 (2003), 95 (2005)

Marigold, 10 piece, 95 (2010), 85, 90 (2011)

Smoke, 6-8 pieces, 2,600, 2,700, 3,100 (all 2011), 850 (2013)

Punch bowls and bases

Amber top, vaseline base, 285 (2012)

Marigold, 65-100

Smoke, 4,500 (2005)

Punch cups

Aqua, 35 (2003)

Blue, 40 (2001), 65 (2007)

Blue, powder, 55, 155 (both 1998), 55 (2009)

Lavender, 40 (1996)

Marigold, 5-10

Red, 425 (1993), 525 (1997), 225, 750 (both 2013), 230 (2014)

Smoke, 60 (1996)

The rosebowls were made from the bowl mold. Shown are the three colors--marigold, purple, and green--in which they are found. Odd that no table sets appear in the pattern, but breakfast sets--a small creamer and sugar--do appear.
Rosebowls

Green, 250 (2000), 115 (2005), 170 (2009),
   95 (2012), 125 (2013)

Marigold, 20-40

Purple, 300 (2008), 175, 325 (both 2009),
   300 (2010), 260, 700 (both 2013)

Breakfast sets

Green, 250 (1997), 100 (2012)

Marigold, 35, 50 (both 2004), 110 (2006),
   35 (2012), 20 (2014)

Purple, 425 (1997), 265 (2009), 155 (2012)

Smoke, 130 (2008), 205 (2009),
   100 (2010), 25, 100 (both 2013)

Breakfast creamer

Marigold, 40 (2010), 10 (2013)

Purple, 225 (1997), 400 (2006)

Smoke, 35 (2006), 35 (2009), 50 (2011),
   15, 20 (both 2012)

Breakfast sugar

Green, 20, 40 (both 2006), 105 (2011)

Helios green, 200 (1997)

Marigold, 15-25

Purple, nick in pattern, 35 (2009)

Smoke, 75 (2004), 45 (2011), 35 (2012)

Bowls (about 9 inches) are rather hard to find in Fashion, but still do not bring much of a price--probably because the pattern is on the exterior only. Compotes (about 7 inches tall) are rare. This smoke example brought $250 at a 1998 auction.
Bowls, 8-9 inches

Clambroth, 30 (2009), 15 (2011)

Clambroth, exceptional, 450 (2002)

Marigold, ice cream shape, 35 (2002),
   20 (2005), 13 (2012)

Marigold, ruffled, 20 (2004)

Smoke, 75 (2001), 10 (2014)



This unusual hat whimsied from a smoke tumbler sold at a 2007 auction for $650.

Compotes

Smoke, round, 350 (2009),
   300 (2013)

Smoke, ruffled, 300 (2010),
   700 (2013)



Above is one of two reported Fashion compotes in marigold. It is owned by Lance Hilkene. The other, unruffled, is owned by Phil Hessenius.