Vintage, Fenton
Similar to Dugan's Vintage pattern, but on the Fenton, the pattern takes up almost the entire surface (the Dugan is more concentrated in the center). Large sizes of bowls and plates in Fenton have 6 grape clusters, medium sizes 5 clusters, and the small bowls and plates either 4 or 5. Fenton bowls and plates have a wide panel back. Above are a rare celeste blue 10-inch bowl (Note the 6 grape clusters). On the right is a blue 9-inch plate (made from the medium size mold with 5 clusters). The large nine-inch plates are rare.

Vintage bowls and plates come in a wide range of colors. Some marigold bowls will have the "Horlacher" advertising on the base.

Fenton's Vintage also comes in two handled bonbons such as the one pictured above to the left and stemmed compotes such as the one pictured in the center. Bonbons and compotes are found in amethyst, blue, green, marigold. Above to the right is a six inch plate in amethyst.
Vintage ferneries were made from their own mold with the pattern on the outside only. Because they are usually cupped in, some collectors refer to them as rosebowls. On the left is a red example. Occasionally the fernery is shaped differently such as the "3 in 1" edge piece on the right. A whimsey fernery plate is known.

Vintage ferneries (including all their various shapings) were produced in the usual Fenton colors of marigold, blue, amethyst, and green, as well as red. Blue is the most often-found color, accounting for more than two or three times as many pieces as amethyst, green, marigold, or red (including its derivative colors amberina and amber). Curiously, most of the bowl-shaped pieces are amethyst, with a few in blue.

Fenton's Vintage epergnes are found in two sizes:
The bowl for the large size has five bunches of grapes and a base diameter of 2 3/4 inches.
The bowl for the small size has four bunches of grapes and a base diameter of 2 9/16 inches.
The lily for the large size is approximately 6 1/4 inches tall.
The lily for the small size is approximately 4 1/2 inches tall.
The diameters of the stems for both size lilies are exactly the same. The sizes of the lily holes on both size bowls are exactly the same. Hence, a large lily will fit into a small bowl, and visa-versa. This causes many mis-matched (size-wise) epergnes.
Both the large size and the small size are found in amethyst, blue, green, and marigold, with marigold the most challenging to find in both sizes. The small size is much more numerous than the large.