Sailboats, Fenton   Updated 1/7/2014
In addition to the small sailboats, this pattern is distinguished by the stippled, curved frames around the lake scenes and around smaller windmills between them. The pattern is found in small bowls (which some collectors refer to as sauces), plates made from the bowls, water goblets, compotes ruffled from the goblet, and wine glasses. Above are a red bowl and a blue plate. The bowls and plates have Fenton's Orange Tree as the exterior pattern.
Small bowls or sauces, 5-6 inches

Amber, 175 (1998), 100 (2003)

Amberina, 105 (2001), 160 (2002), 85 (2012)

Amethyst, 60 (2008), 80 (2009), 85 (2012),
   55 (2013)

Aqua, 65, 160 (both 2006), 85 (2007),
   110 (2009)

Blue, 20-30

Blue, powder, 35, 65 (both 2005)

Green, 40-70

Lavender, 80 (2002), 100 (2010)

Lime green, 35 (2005)

Marigold, 10-15

Marigold, square, 30 (2012)

Red, 190, 275, 800 (all 2007),
   365 (2008), 220, 235, 260 (all 2012), 350 (2013)

Red slag, 400 (2009), 185 (2010)

Reverse amberina, 145 (2007), 145 (2010)

Vaseline, 160 (1999), 275 (2004), 170 (2006)
Plates, 6-7 inches

Blue, 210, 575 (both 2010), 475 (2011),
   575 (2012)

Marigold, 65, 145 (both 2011), 115 (2012),
   40, 50 (both 2013)
Shown above left are a compote and two wine glasses. The compotes were formed from the water goblet shown on the right (in green, courtesy of Steve Laurer). Goblets are just under 7 inches tall, wine glasses 4 1/2 inches.
Compotes, ruffled

Blue, 70 (2007), 55 (2008), 25 (2010)

Marigold, 15-25

Wine glasses, 4 1/2 inches tall

Blue, 80 (2004), 35 (2006), 33 (2013)

Marigold, 15-25

Water goblets

Amethyst, 175 (2001), 300 (2002), 150 (2003)

Custard, small, Blackberry Spray inter., 85 (2013))

Green, 200 (2001), 275 (2002), 500 (2009)

Marigold, 60 (2001), 35 (2003), 40 (2011)