An extremely rare pattern, Frolicking Bears is known only in the pitcher and tumbler, always a sort of olive green. Both show bears in various playful poses against a mountain backdrop with grape vines, leaves, and bunches of grapes around the top. Two tumblers sold at auction in 1999, for $12,500 and $15,000. In 2010, one sold for $8,500. In 2014 a green pitcher brought $26,000 and at the same auction a green tumbler sold for $4,000. In 2014, Tom Mordini reported a ruffled hat made from a green tumbler.
The design has been used by the International Carnival Glass Association for souvenirs.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1||Photo2||Photo3|
|US Glass||Frolicking Bears||Pitcher||Green||26,000.00||09/13/2014||Seeck|
|US Glass||Frolicking Bears||Tumbler||Green||1,050.00||07/14/2012||Cracked||Seeck|
|US Glass||Frolicking Bears||Tumbler||Green||2,600.00||07/11/2019||Cracked||Seeck|
|US Glass||Frolicking Bears||Tumbler||Green||4,000.00||09/13/2014||Seeck|
|US Glass||Frolicking Bears||Tumbler||Green||6,500.00||06/14/2019||Wroda|