Long Hobstar - Imperial
The name is derived from the four hobstars in pointed oval shapes that circle the exterior of these bowls. Similar to other Imperial geometric patterns but the elongated hobstars sets it apart. There is no interior pattern.

These large 10 to 11 inch bowls are mostly found in marigold, with rare purple and green examples known. The bowls may be ruffled or round.

Imperial often paired the bowls with various bases and promoted and sold them as fruit bowl sets. Pictured below is a Long Hobstar large flared bowl sitting on a base with another pattern. This is correct as the same set is seen in the ad from an old Imperial Catalog. And thus, the bases are also called Long Hobstar.