Four Flowers Variant, Brockwitz

The ice green plate directly above sold at a the 2004 Northern California convention auction for $425. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

This green ruffled bowl was described as larger than normal when it sold at a 2020 Jim Seeck auction in 2020 for $275.

The variant differs from the Dugan version with the addition of four flower buds between the crescent shapes. Note also the scalloped edge. The back can be plain or have a thumbprint and panels design; the bases are ground. The origins are unknown but thought to be European. According to researcher and Carnival Glass author Glen Thistlewood, there is not a bit of evidence that these were made by either Eda or Riihimaki, though they are often attributed to one or the other. In 2018, Glen and Stephen Thistlewood established that the pattern was made by Brockwitz. Sometimes called Pods and Posies.

Hartung Book Five: Four Flowers Variant

Bowls, 8-10 inches

Amber, 30, 40 (both 2017), 40, 80 (both 2019), 35 (2021)

Blue, 120, 175 (both 2001), 75 (2014)

Green, 70 (2018), 70 (2019), 90, 170 (both 2021)

Green, emerald, 75 (2013), 50 (2020)

Green, 7 inch ruffled, 135 (2012)

Ice green, 125 (2004), 125 (2007), 120 (2017)

Lavender, 375 (2001)

Marigold, 25, 275 (both 2000), 75 (2001)

Olive, 75 (2005), 65 (2009), 35 (2021)

Purple, 50, 80, 100, 150, 350 (all 2020),
   50, 60, 90, 100 (all 2021)

Teal, 120 (2016), 95 (2019), 120, 250 (both 2021)

Plates, 9-10 inches

Amber, 85 (2014), 265 (2015), 25 (2019)

Blue, 175 (2019), 95 (2021)

Green, 110, 200 (both 2018), 45, 60, 160 (both 2019),
   70, 80, 115, 130, 175 (all 2020)

Green, emerald, 250 (2017), 325 (2019), 90 (2021)

Honey Amber, 80 (2020)

Ice green, 210 (2009), 450 (2010), 450 (2018)

Marigold, 700 (2004)

Olive green, 45, 50, 80 (all 2017), 110 (2020)

Purple, 50 (2019), 90, 120, 225, 275 (all 2020)

Teal green, 140 (2016), 95 (2017), 150 (2020)

Chop plates, 10 1/2 inches

Green, 175 (2009), 200 (2010), 200 (2012)

Marigold, ruffled, 190 (2012)

Purple, 225 (2009), 600 (2014), 300 (2018)

Updated 9/5/2021