Acanthus - Imperial
Leaves radiating in a swirl from the center. Found only in bowls and plates made from the same mold. Bowls are usually round as shown here. Plates are about 10 inches across and are considered chop plates.

Bowls can be found in aqua, a rare blue, clambroth, helios, marigold, purple and smoke. Chop plates are found in a more limited range of colors of clamborth, marigold and smoke.

This is a different pattern than the Beaded Acanthus seen only in milk pitchers, but also made by Imperial.

Fenton made a club souvenir from the original molds of this pattern for the International Carnival Glass Assoc. in celeste blue. The souvenir was made for their 1995 convention held in Dallas Texas