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Wishbone - Part 1
Amethyst Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl
Amethyst Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl.
Green Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl
Green Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl.
Marigold Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl.
Marigold Tri-Corner 9 in. Bowl.

We recall the fact that Don Kime flew to Ashville, NC along in the late ‘80s or early ‘90s to purchase one of these tri-corner bowls in green. It was sold in a local auction there. Only a couple in green have been reported.
Don, and the late Roland Kuhn of Wichita, specialized in the Wishbone pattern for many years! (Don believes it took 20-30 years to accumulate their 36 examples, including bowls, plates, and the epergnes.) They owned all colors in the epergnes, with exception to the lily for the green one. They knew a lady who owned two complete examples, but she would not part with one!
 1911 – 1912 were prime years of production, but apparent market desirability of the pattern extended into 1915. Three-footed 8-9” bowls were produced in a wider variety of color than other sizes/shapes. Marigold, amethyst, green, cobalt blue, white, ice blue, ice green, aqua opalescent, lavender, horehound, lime green and smoke are known colors. 9” plates in this footed variety are known in marigold, amethyst, and green. Amethyst, green and marigold tri-corner shaped bowls and plates in the 8”-9” size are found occasionally. Bowls can be ruffled or have pie crust edge.
Cobalt BlueIce Blue
Cobalt Blue and Ice Blue Wushbone.
GreenLime Green
Green and Lime Green Wishbone.
Amethyst and Marigold Wishbone.
Ice GreenWhite
Ice Green and White Wishbone.
Aqua Opal
Aqua Opal Wishbone.

Dean & Diane Fry, Nov. 2013

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