While the original moulds for the Dewberry, aka Blackberry, pattern were made by the Co-Operative Flint Glass Co, these “caramel lustre” examples were produced by Phoenix. (Westmoreland and Kemple also made some Dewberry reproductions.) They sold at a Mickey Reichel auction in 2010. The covered compote brought $50, the covered sugar $28, and the creamer $18. A water pitcher, also in marigold on milk glass and listed as this pattern, brought $200 in 2009.
This marigold wine glass in the Dewberry pattern has souvenir lettering. Courtesy of Carl and Eunice Booker.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1||Photo2||Photo3|
|Phoenix||Dewberry||Breakfast Set||Marigold on Milk Glass||50.00||08/09/2019||Seeck|
|Phoenix||Dewberry||Creamer||Small||Paper label||Marigold on Milk Glass||25.00||12/06/2019||Wroda|
|Cooperative Flint Glass||Dewberry||Wine||Souvenir of Port Hood, C B||Marigold||70.00||01/27/2019||Wroda|
|Cooperative Flint Glass||Dewberry||Wine||Pen Mar||Marigold||80.00||01/27/2019||Wroda|