Panther, Fenton
This pattern is named for its interior motif--the exterior is Butterfly and Berry. There are two cats that have come to be known as panthers--though they could be almost any large feline. Shown above is a large ruffled berry bowl in green and a round, spread out bowl in marigold commonly referred to as a centerpiece bowl. All pieces have ball feet. The green bowl sold in 2000 for $800 and the centerpiece bowl in 1999 for $925.

Hartung Book One: Panther

Bowls, large berry

Aqua, 450 (1996)

Amethyst, 225 (2009)

Blue, 85, 125, 175, 190, 200, 300 (all 2019),
   190, 200 (both 2021)

Green, 115 (2012), 325 (2017), 30, 65 (both 2020)

Green, electric, 800 (2014)

Marigold, 30, 35, 40, 45, 70 (all 2020),
   5, 10, 75 (all 2021)

Nile green, 650 (2010)

Olive green, 300 (2006), 275 (2009)

White, 325, 650, (both 2001)
Centerpiece bowls, about 10 inches

Blue, 1,300 (both 2019), 2,900 (2020),
   1,500, 1,900 (both 2021)

Marigold, 300, 350, 650 (all 2020), 230, 450 (both 2021)

Berry sets, 6-7 pieces

Marigold, 85 (2014), 150 (2015), 75 (2016), 60 (2021)

Berry sets, 5 piece

Marigold, 50, 75 (both 2018), 85 (2019), 65 (2020)

Berry sets, 4 piece

Marigold, 40 (2020)

This whimsied blue sauce with feet pulled up sold in 2013 for $275. It had minor base damage.

Small berry or sauce

Amberina, 600 (1997), 325 (2000)

Reverse amberina, 325 (2000), 400 (2009)

Amethyst, 45 (2017), 100 (2018), 85 (2020),
   100, 160 (both 2021)

Aqua, 110 (2021)

Blue, 20, 25, 45 (all 2019), 20, 25, 30 (all 2020), 40 (2021)

Blue, powder, 33 (2012), 85, 90 (both 2013)

Green, 75 (2008), 180 (2012), 45 (2015)

Ginger Ale, 145 (1994)

Lavender, 195 (1997), 55 (2015)

Marigold, 20 (2018), 10, 15 (both 2019), 5, 10 (both 2020),
   10 (2021)

Marigold, whimsey, sits on collar, not feet, 185 (2009),
   45 (2020)

Olive, 125 (1998)

Red, 240, 300, 325, 425 (all 2020), 300, 325, 400 (all 2021)

Sapphire blue, 75 (2010)

White, 300 (2006), 90 (2009), 190 (2018), 310 (2020)
Unusual Colors
For some reason, Fenton tended to experiment with unusual colors seemingly more often on its Panther pattern than any others. On the left is a large Panther bowl in Chocolate Glass. On the right is one in what collectors call Nile green.

Chocolate Glass

Updated 9/8/2021