Covered Bowls, Jars and Compotes

Acanthus Leaf, Imperial - Imperial made several shapes in the Acanthus Leaf pattern.

Acanthus Leaf, Imperial - Here is another shaped covered jar in the Acanthus Leaf pattern by Imperial.

Baroque, Fenton - This is Fenton's #9368 and first appeared in their 1978 catalog in amethyst Carnival. No other color is reported.

Basketweave basket, Westmoreland - Considered to be Westmoreland, but since so many Westmoreland patterns have been reproduced, these may also be by Summit. Various colors are found.

Beaded Jewels - Imperial's pattern #975. First produced in marigold (Rubigold) and smoke (Peacock) between 1965 and 1972. Subsequently they added red, Azure Blue, amber, white, and pink.

Argonaut Shell, Westmoreland - This covered dish is in purple. It has a shell on the top and three fish for feet.

Bicentenial items, Fenton - One of several shapes Fenton made to commemorate the American Bicentennial.

Bicentenial items, LE Smith - These covered pieces were part of a group of items produced by LE Smith to commemorate the American Bicentennial.

Bird in Cage, Summit - This unusual 6-inch covered jar in amethyst has an distinctive mark; a standard IG mark but with an accompanying backward "L" shape. Also known in vaseline.

Bramble, Westmoreland - Not sure of the correct name for these large covered jars by Westmoreland.

Butterfly Tissue Box, Fenton - Made for a Fenton Art Glass Collectors of America 1978 convention by Fenton in this red. See an ad for this souvenir in Glass Review magazine.

Butterfly, Fenton - This covered jar has a butterfly finial. This pattern is also found in a bell.

Butterfly Covered Box, Fenton - These interesting covered boxes were made by Fenton from a Verlys mold in 1999. It is 6 1/2 to 7 inches across and made in blue glass. Also made in amethyst and milk glass.

Cabbage Rose, Fenton - This pink covered compote is 8 inches tall in the Cabbage Rose pattern by Fenton. Also known in other colors including blue.

Cameo - These red and purple examples are from either Imperial Glass or L.E. Smith Glass and so marked. The red above is marked "IG".

Checkerboard, Westmoreland - Westmoreland made several shapes in the Checkerboard pattern.

Cherry and Cable, Mosser - This large cookie jar is one of several shapes mad in Cherry and Cable by Mosser.

Chessie, Fenton - In 1970, Fenton made these covered jars in amethyst for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad. The cat with its head resting on the pillow is the symbol of the railroad. In 1976 Fenton reissued it in rosaline and since then in other colors, including some not iridized.

Daisy and Button - Several shapes were made in the Daisy and Button pattern including several covered pieces.

Daisy and Button - Several shapes were made in the Daisy and Button pattern including several covered pieces.

Dancing Ladies, Fenton - These covered jars are contemporary Fenton, although their exact production date is unknown. Some are said to have been made for Levay in 2006. This one is in teal, other colors include blue, Faverene, green, and red.

Eagle & Star - The maker of this 4 1/2-inch covered box is Federal Glass, who made a lot of Carnival with the light smoke iridescence these have.

Eastern Star (#425), Imperial -This footed compote was Imperial's #452 pattern and is found in marigold (Rubigold) and smoke (Peacock). They are about 8 inches tall.

Feathers, Imperial - Quite hard to find, this 4 1/2 inch tall covered box was Imperial's #1560 and was made during their red (Sunset Ruby) production from 1968 to 1973.

500 covered jar, Imperial - Made by Imperial in 1977 using an old mold numbered 500. 500 were made for Levay. This one is signed "Levay 147/500 1977". Jar is 10 inches tall including the lid.

4108 covered jar, Fenton - Made by Fenton in 2004, this amethyst jar is their mold number 4108.

Four Leaf covered dish, Imperial - A small covered powder jar by Imperial.

Grape, Fenton - A small covered jar by Fenton.

Grape, Fenton - Another small covered jar by Fenton.

Grape and Cable, Fenton - Fenton made amethyst humidors marked with the Fenton logo and words about Presznick's Carnival Glass Museum on both the lid and base. Fenton then made several other colors including this Spruce Green.

Grape and Cable, Mosser - Mosser made a marigold cracker jar. These Fenton and Mosser humidors and cracker jars are made from new molds.

Heart Box, Fenton - These heart-shaped candy boxes, about 7 1/2 inches wide, are Fenton's #8200. They were first introduced in amethyst in 1973 and subsequently in other colors. Twilight Blue was made for QVC.

Heartland, Imperial - The inside bowl of the compote is marked 1981 and has the Imperial mark of LIG.

Hobnail, Fenton - Hobnail was a widely used pattern by Fenton and thus comes in several shapes.

Hobnail, Fenton - Here is another Fenton Hobnail shape, a covered compote.

Hobstar cracker jars - Imperial reissued these covered jars in two sizes, 6 inches and 8 inches tall, and in several colors. Marked with IG. The smaller jar, sometimes called a milk jar, can be found in green, Helios and marigold. The larger jar, sometimes called a cracker jar, can be found in green, Helios, marigold, purple and smoke.

Hummingbird, Fenton - A Fenton product line, first appearing in the mid 1990s. They're about 4 inches across. Pink, ice green and lavender examples are known.

1990 ICGA Souvenir, Fenton - International Carnival Glass Association had Fenton make this souvenir for their 1990 convnetion.

Inverted Feather and Fan, St Clair and Imperial - Appears in older St Clair catelogs. Imperial's pattern 176, these jars are found in marigold (Rubigold), smoke (Peacock, shown), amber, and a very rare yellow.

Jefferson Compote, Fenton - Fenton made several shapes to commemorate the US Bicentennial including this compote dedicated to Thomas Jefferson.

Lamb's Tongue, Fenton -

Lily of the Valley, Fenton - Fenton made several shapes in the Lily of The Valley pattern. Found in several colors including amethyst and this light blue opal. 9 1/2 inches tall in total and marked Fenton on both lid and bottom.

Little Brown Church jar, Fenton - Modeled after their famous "Chessie" jar, The Little Brown Church covered jar was made in the 1980s. Red examples, only 200 made, and amethyst examples can be found.

Madonna, Fenton - This covered jar features Madonna and child. This pattern is also found in a bell.

Moon and Star, LE Smith - One of several shapes LE Smith made in the Moon and Star pattern.

New Sheffield, Fenton - Sheffield was a Fenton stretch pattern. Fenton introduced a line of "New" Sheffield. Measures 3 inches in diameter and 3 1/2" tall including the lid.

Oblong, Indiana - This lidded compote with the interesting finial is about 7 1/2 inches tall. Only seen them in this soft blue.

Olde Virginia Glass, Fenton - Fenton made several shapes in it's Old Virginia line of glass products. Marked OVG on the bottom. It is 8 1/2 inches tall including the lid.

Paisley, Fenton - Fenton's Paisley pattern is typified by the diagonal panels with a scroll design. The 7-inch tall covered jar (#6780) shown here is the most frequently seen shape, but Fenton also made student lamps in red carnival and bells in several colors.

Pagoda, Fenton - Fenton's #8201, it first appeared in their 1977 catalog in ruby Carnival. It is 6 1/2 inches tall. The photo is of a blue example.

Paneled Daisy, Fenton - Fenton first introduced the covered jars or candy dishes in 1970 in amethyst and in 1971 in marigold. In their 1993 catalog they show the pattern in Rose Pearl, an iridized light red. Here it is in a teal color. It is 8 1/2 inches tall. Also known in a milk pitcher and a toothpick.

Princess, Indiana - These 6-inch diameter bowls are seldom identified correctly, if at all. Invariably found in blue.

Prisms, Fenton - These covered pieces appeared in Fenton's 2005 general catalog as "Prism" Box in Ruby Amberina Stretch.

Puff Box, Fenton - These covered pieces appeared in Fenton's 2005 general catalog when Fenton made a series of puff or trinket boxes. This is marked "Fenton" in an oval on the bottom.

Roses in Snow, Imperial - These covered pieces are about 7 inches tall and found in red and purple. Roses in Snow can also be found in a goblet.

Shell, Westmoreland - The top finial is a shell and the top of the box is also covered with shells. Marked Westmoreland although they may not have made it. Color is an ice blue.

Six-sided box (A12), Imperial - This small covered box was made by Imperial in amethyst in 1981. It's quite rare and measures about 4 inches tall and 3 1/2 inches across. Imperial reference material says it is #42914 (A12).

Springtime, Crider - This Springtime sweatmeat is similar to the Grape and Cable Sweatmeat of the classic era. Iridized and signed by Terry Crider.

Three-in-One, Imperial - These covered jars are quite rare and are marked IG. This one is in Imperial's Horizon Blue.

Wild Strawberry, Fenton - Fenton pattern first issued in amethyst in the early 1970s. The 9-inch covered candy jar was named Wild Strawberry. Found mostly in amethyst but can also be found in marigold and red.

Wildflower - Originally a Westmoreland mold. These are found in Fenton's 2002 catalog in amehtyst. Marked with a Capital "F" in an oval noting that Fenton was using a mold not originally theirs. Also found in a bell shape and in a tumbler.

Windsor, Indiana - Windsor, found only in blue, was made in a variety of shapes including the covered candy.

Zodiac, Imperial - Imperial made three shapes in their Zodiac pattern. The covered jar is 10 inches tall to the top of the finial and has signs of the Zodiac around the sides, lid and base.

Unknown, Fenton - Part of the 1995 Family Signature Series. This one is signed by Michael Fenton and numbered #754. It is only named by its catalog number of 2970 RN. It is 8 1/2 inches tall.