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Waterlily and Cattails, Fenton

Manufacturer: Fenton
Year(s) of Production: 1908-late 1920's
Pattern Description: Exterior pattern of water lily blossoms and over arching cattails.
Similar Patterns: Fenton Pond Lily, Lotus and Grape, Northwood and Dugan Waterlily and Cattails
About Waterlily and Cattails

According to Diane Fry's website Carnival Glass 101, Waterlily and Cattails was the first iridized pattern by Fenton. They made it in a lot of shapes and only in marigold. It is also the exterior pattern for the Thistle banana boat. Fenton's pitcher has a collar base.
Northwood also made a water set (see pitchers-wc).
Both Northwood and Dugan also made tumblers (see tumblers-wc).

The reported shapes include:

Berry Sets (including large bowls and sauces) (see bset-wc)
Bonbons (see bonbon-wc)
Plates (see plate-wc)
Table Sets  (including Butter Dish/Creamer/Spooner/Sugar) (see tset-wc)
Vase (see vase-wc)
Water Sets (including Pitcher/Tumbler) (see waterset-fenwc)
• Whimsies (see whimsey-wc)

HoC Pricing Database

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Waterlily and Cattails Pitcher difference:
Waterlily and Cattails Tumbler difference:
Waterlily and Cattails Berrysets (include Large bowls & sauces):
Waterlily and Cattails Bonbons:
Waterlily and Cattails Plates:
Waterlily and Cattails Tablesets (include Butter,Creamer,Spooner,Sugar):
Waterlily and Cattails Vases:
Waterlily and Cattails Watersets (include Pitcher & tumblers):
Waterlily and Cattails Whimseys: