|Contemporary Inverted Strawberry|
|Inverted Strawberry is a popular pattern for reproductions, including the miniature punch set by Mosser, vases and bells by Fenton, fairy lamps and toothpick holders.|
|This Inverted Strawberry water pitcher and tumbler in blue are by Guernsey Glass and are typically marked with the B in a triangle.
Inverted Strawberry was used as the pattern on small spittoon souvenirs, made by Fenton, for several clubs including the American Carnival Glass Association. That club also used the pattern on handled baskets, salt and pepper shakers, and creamers and covered sugars. See ACGA Souvenirs.
Fenton, made for Levay, a series of compotes made from the goblet mold. These were made in aqua opal.
Inverted Strawberry tumblers have been reproduced or iridized by a number of glassmakers, including Bennett, Terry Crider, and Robert Hansen. On the left is one made by Robert Hansen, in the center by Bennett. The Hansen examples should have his name inscribed on the base; the Bennett has a small "B" on the side near the base. Hansen also used the Inverted Strawberry pattern on sugar shakers and toothpick holders.
To the far right is yet another reproduction found in blue and marked inside with the words NEAR CUT, as are the original. In this version, however, the words are larger than the original and not well formed.