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Imperial - Part 7
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BLAZE as seen in Imperial Catalog #104A
 BLAZE as seen in Imperial Catalog #104A.
The BLAZE pattern as it appears in the 1909 Imperial Catalog. This plate would have been lovely -iridized!.
The BLAZE pattern as it appears in the 1909 Imperial Catalog. This plate would have been lovely -iridized!
 
BLAZE 9 in. Bowl in (Smoke.) Note the design within marie
BLAZE 4 in. Bowl in (Smoke.)
BLAZE 9 in. Bowl in (Smoke).
Note the design within marie.
 BLAZE 4 in. Bowl in (Smoke).
BLAZE in (Purple)- 8.25 in. diam.
Close-up of the BLAZE exterior pattern on an 8 Bowl.(Mgld.).
BLAZE in (Purple)- 8.25 in. diam.
BLAZE in (Marigold) -  exterior pattern.

BLAZE:  While there is no interior pattern offered with this geometric design, the overall beauty of the hobstars and fan cuts creates an interesting piece. The hexagonal design within the marie creates additional interest. Often mistaken for Crabclaw, the colors offered are much the same: Clambroth, purple, marigold, smoke, and helios.
 
SPRING 1912 Butler Bros. Wholesale Catalog.Shows DIAMOND LACE and BLAZE and HOBSTAR patterns.
SPRING 1912 Butler Bros. Wholesale Catalog.
 Shows DIAMOND LACE and BLAZE and HOBSTAR patterns.
BLAZE-8 in.x3.25 in. high, 3.5 in. base. (Helios).
DIAMOND LACE 9 in. Bowl in Scarce purple.
BLAZE-8 in.x3.25 in. high, 3.5 in. base. (Helios).
DIAMOND LACE 9 in. Bowl in Scarce purple.

DIAMOND LACE: Bowls 8?and 9?in marigold, purple and helios are known to be in the 搗intage?category. Small 5?bowls in marigold, purple and helios seem to be somewhat scarce, with the purple ones hardest to locate. The larger helios bowls do not appear very often, but will usually sell for a bit more than the other colors. Patterns such as this with only exterior design do not stir as much interest among most collectors as do those with overall design.
 
HOBSTAR & TASSELS - Glowing Marigold!-7.25 in. diam. Courtesy Joe & Danette Fuhrer
HOBSTAR & TASSELS - Glowing Marigold! - 7.25 in. diam.
Courtesy Joe & Danette Fuhrer


HOBSTAR and TASSELS:  Many collectors are not familiar with this pattern found on the exterior of some Scroll Embossed bowls. The pattern is a carry-over from pressed glass days of production. (We have a clear glass example with no interior design.) Both of the above mentioned bowls may be seen by clicking on ~ H ~ in our pattern index.  A 1909 Imperial factory catalog prominently displays the pattern.
9?ruffled, smooth edge bowls in purple, helios, and teal are mentioned in earlier writings, although we cannot say that we have seen any that size in our years of collecting and attending many auctions.
The 7?7 ¼? round or ruffled examples having sawtooth edge are occasionally seen in purple and helios. We believe that the marigold example shown here is a 揻irst?and we thank Joe and Danette Fuhrer for their contribution.

 
LONG HOBSTAR 9 in. Bowl.
LONG HOBSTAR Fruit Bowl and Base - Overall height=10 in. Bowl is 11 in. wide x 4 in. deep Base is 6.25 in. tall x six and three-eighths wide.
LONG HOBSTAR 9 in. Bowl.
LONG HOBSTAR Fruit Bowl and Base.

LONG HOBSTAR: Marigold examples of this geometric design were produced over an extended period of time. Apparently a popular seller, marigold is abundant today. Helios examples are quite rare in the two-piece fruit bowl/base. Carl O. Burns reports only one known purple fruit bowl. Smoke has been reported in the fruit bowl, but no matching base is known. The fruit size bowls are in the 11?12?range in top diameter.
The round, deep fruit bowls are seen less often than the deeply ruffled variety.
8?9?ruffled bowls, primarily in marigold are known, with examples in helios and purple found occasionally.
As noted in the Butler Brothers Wholesale Catalogs, silver-plate manufacturers combined with various glass manufacturers, providing metal holders to create 揵ride's baskets? This promoted successful sales of both commodities. Marigold, helios and purple bowls have been found in such holders. No other shapes within this pattern are known.

Dean & Diane Fry -  03/08


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but the answer of the tongue is from the Lord.
All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes,
but the Lord weighs the spirits.
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and your thoughts will be established.
The Lord has made all for Himself, yes,
even the wicked for the day of doom.
Everyone proud in heart is an abomination to the Lord;
though they join forces, none will go unpunished.
In mercy and truth atonement is provided for iniquity;
and by the fear of the Lord one departs from evil.
When a man's ways please the Lord,
He makes even his enemies to be at peace with him.
Better is a little with righteousness,
than vast revenues without justice.
A man's heart plans his way,
but the Lord directs his steps.
~~~Proverbs 16:1-9


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