|Lotus and Grape, Fenton
This is another of Fenton's paneled designs. The name is very appropriate as there are lotus blossoms and bunches of grapes repeated in a design around the pattern.
|Plates in any color are highly prized.||The above blue bonbon was considered by the auctioneer to be the best he had seen. It brought $1,450 in 2018. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.|
This marigold rosebowl whimsey is very rare. One brought $135 in 2008
and another $65 in 2010. One sold for $100 in 2020.
Bonbon or card tray Plates, 9 inch Rosebowl footed whimsey Bowl, no grape pattern, enameled
Plates, 9 inch
Rosebowl footed whimsey
Bowl, no grape pattern, enameled
This is an ice cream-shaped bowl in the rare |
Small bowls or sauces, 5-6 inches, footed Bowls, 7-8 inch, footed or collar Bowls, about 9 inches Nut bowl, 6-inch
Bowls, 7-8 inch, footed or collar
Bowls, about 9 inches
Nut bowl, 6-inch
|In 2017, this purple plate sold at the Karen Engel auction for $10,500. Photo courtesy of Jim Wroda Auctions.||Also in 2017, this blue ruffled bowl with the grape portion of the design missing sold for $925. Photo courtesy of Burns Auctions.||In 2005, Mike Mings sent me this photo of a 7-inch Lotus and Grape bowl he owns. It's marigold with a slight green tint to the base glass. What makes it unusual is the jack-in-the pulpit-shape. I'd not heard of such an example before.
|Also in 2005, I received these photos from Gaynor and Frank in Australia showing their 7-inch ruffled bowl in celeste blue. I'd not heard of this color before but since then several have sold.