Trout and Fly, Millersburg

Trout and Fly is much like Millersburg's Big Fish except this one has an insect just beyond the trout's mouth. As I point out in the Big Fish caption, while the patterns are similar, they are distinctly different. Above left is a typical green ice cream shaped bowl, on the right, the only known green plate (courtesy of Waymon and Nilah Espy). There are a couple of amethyst plates, plus one in lavender and one in marigold (see below).

Hartung Book Seven: Trout and Fly

Bowls, ruffled

Amethyst, 100 (2019), 160, 375 (both 2020),
   160 (2021)

Green, 200, 275 (both 2019),
   155, 200, 205, 225, 325 (all 2020),
   190, 250 (both 2021)

Lavender, 900 (2017), 825 (2019), 1,000 (2020),
   3.750 (2021)

Marigold, , 110, 125, 170 (all 2019),
   100, 125, 130, 150 (all 2020),
   150, 190, 220, 250 (all 2021)

Bowls, 3/1 edge

Amethyst, 70, 150, 225, 375 (all 2019),
   150, 170, 175 (all 2020), 425 (2021)

Aqua/teal, 475 (2009)

Green, 170, 190, 200, 225, 250, 325,(all 2019),
   190, 225, 500 (all 2020), 350, 375, 1,000 (all 2021)

Horehound, 175 (2015)

Lavender, 450 (2012), 350 (2016), 210 (2020)

Marigold, 115, 125, 130, 135 (all 2018),
   140, 150, 170 (all 2019), 180, 200 (both 2020)

Bowls, ice cream shape or round

Amethyst, 255, 475 (both 2018),
   170 250 (both 2019), 80, 175, 225 (all 2020),
   170, 350 (both 2021)

Green, 250, 525 (both 2020),
   200, 375, 450 (all 2021)

Lavender, 1,500 (2016), 1,800 (2019), 170 (2021)

Marigold, 100 (2019), 110 (2020),
   150, 190, 200 (all 2021)

Bowls, square or diamond shape

Amethyst, 800, 1,350 (both 2016), 725 (2018),
   600, 750 (both 2019)

Green, 850, 1,025, 1,900 (all 2015), 750 (2017),
   375 (2021)

Marigold, 400, 425, 625 (all 2020),
   325, 850 (both 2021)

Plates (rare)

Green, 15,000 (2009), 8,100 (2010)

Lavender, 26,000 (2005), 15,500 (2013), 750 (2020)

Shown on this page are most of the known plates in the Millersburg Trout and Fly pattern. In addition to the green plate upper right, above left is one of the amethyst plates and on the right, a marigold plate owned by Philip Kotsios.

Updated 9/29/2021