Lustre Rose, Imperial   Updated 5/27/2014

Essentially the same as Imperial's other Rose pattern, Open Rose. Both are shown in early Imperial catalogs as the same pattern, but collectors have come to refer to the water sets, table sets, and footed bowls as Lustre Rose. Pitchers and tumblers usually have a slightly fluted interior. Those without the fluting are called the variant. The footed fruit bowl above is red, an extremely rare color for Imperial. Water sets, table sets, and footed fruit bowls have been reproduced in several colors.
Water sets, 7 piece

Amber, 400 (2011)

Green, 235 (2002)

Marigold, 40 (2010), 55 (2012), 30, 55 (both 2013)

Purple, 1,000, 1,100, 2,400 (all 2004), 2,600 (2005)

Purple, electric, 3,000 (2003)

Purple, 5 piece, 400 (2005)

Water pitchers

Amber, 200 (1997), 350 (2001)

Clambroth, 80 (2003), 55 (2008), 10, 25, 75 (all 2013)

Green, 35 (2001)

Helios, 45 (2004)

Marigold, 30, 35 (both 2010)

Purple, 675 (2010), 750, 900 (both 2011),
   325 (2012), 275 (2013)

Purple, with 1 tumbler, 1,050 (2014)

Tumblers

Amber, 160 (1998), 100 (2001)

Amber, flared whimsey from tumbler, 500 (1995)

Aqua, 65 (1999)

Clambroth, 15-20

Green, 15-20

Green, rib interior, 75 (2006)

Lime green, 20 (2002)

Marigold, 5-10

Marigold, rib interior, 35 (2006)

Marigold, red roses, green leaves, 275 (2005)

Olive, 40 (2003), 23 (2004)

Purple, 30-50

Purple, rib interior, 145 (2006), 20 (2009)

Smokey, rib interior, 175 (2006)

Teal, 80 (2003)

Fruit bowls, 11-12 inches, ruffled or round

Amber, 225, 275 (both 2001), 100 (2002)

Aqua, 110, (2002)

Clambroth, 30-45

Green, 40-70

Lime green, 285 (1998)

Marigold, 25-35

Olive, 90 (1996)

Purple, 200, 350, 500 (all 2010), 1,000 (2011),
   700, 900 (both 2013), 400 (2014)

Purple, spectacular, 1,900 (2010)

Red, 2,000 (2009), 1,050 (2011), 800 (2013), 575 (2014)

Smoke, 55 (2007), 35 (2011), 75 (2013)

Vaseline, small chip on rose, 500 (2005)

Vaseline, private sale, 1,500 (2006)

Bowls, footed, 9-10 inches

Amber, 30-50

Clambroth, 20-35

Blue, 40 (2005)

Green, 25-40

Marigold, 20-30

Purple, 80-150

Smoke, 25 (2007), 75 (2008), 35 (2009)

Bowls, footed, 7-8 inches

Amber, 15-25

Clambroth, 15 (2005)

Green, 15-25

Helios, 20 (2002)

Lavender, 35 (1999), 23 (2008), 50 (2011)

Lime green, 150 (2002), 65 (2005), 10 (2006)

Marigold, 10-15

Purple, 100-200

Smoke, 85 (1999), 35 (2005)

These low squatty bowls with the sides straight up are called ferneries. Interestingly, blue, rare in Imperial, is the most common here. Centerpiece bowls are the same piece but have been stretched into an ice cream shape.

Fernery, footed

Amber, 750 (2001), 100 (2010), 20 (2013)

Amberina, 170 (2005), 400 (2010)

Aqua, 70 (2011)

Blue, 30-50

Blue green, smokey, 140 (2012)

Blue violet, 475 (2001), 85 (2004)

Clambroth, 10, 45 (both 2009), 20, 50 (both 2013)

Marigold, 15-25

Olive/russet, 40-60

Purple, 700 (2008), 80, 165, 325 (all 2009),
   60, 125 (both 2010), 165 (2012), 90 (2013), 175 (2014)

Smoke, 95 (1998), 160 (2013)

Centerpiece or float bowls (opened from fernery)

Amber, 50, 65 (both 2009), 25 (2010), 90 (2013)

Clambroth, 30 (2003), 8 (2009), 18 (2011)

Green, 18 (2009)

Helios, 35 (1999)

Marigold, 15-25

Purple, 275 (2008), 250, 500 (both 2010),
   275 (2013)

Smoke, 375 (2009), 460 (2010)
Table sets, 4 pieces

Amber, 205 (2012)

Marigold, 80 (2009), 70 (2011),
   25, 45, 75, 130 (all 2012), 55 (2014)

Purple, 1,750 (2005), 500 (2009), 950 (2011)

Butter dish, creamer, spooner

Purple, 700 (2006)

Butter dishes

Amber, 425 (2001), 85 (2007)

Aqua, 85 (2013)

Marigold, 10 (2010), 15, 65 (both 2013)

Purple, 475 (2009), 260 (2010), 280 (2011)

Creamers

Amber, 30 (2000)

Marigold, 10-15

Purple, 95 (2008), 100 (2009)

Spooners

Amber, 125 (2002), 25 (2014)

Marigold, 10-15

Olive green, 100 (2000)

Purple, 40, 84 (2010), 85 (2011), 65 (2012)

Sugar bowls, covered

Amber, 45 (2009)

Marigold, 30 (1999)

Purple, base cracked, 45 (2000)