What is the difference between Apple Bounty and Apple Harvest?
Apple Bounty & Apple Harvest are examples of the same pattern appearing on two different thicknesses of Corelle. They have different background colours and plate styles too. Apple Bounty came first, appearing late 2003, and it seems that it was discontinued within one year. The same design was resurrected with Apple Harvest late 2005, and it was available for a few years.
Apple Bounty soup plate. It is thick and has an Eggshell background rather than white.
Apple Bounty is from the Luxe product line which is 70% thicker than regular Corelle. Thick Corelle has been labelled with a few different brand names, most recently it was known as Ultra. Another notable feature of Apple Bounty is its Eggshell background which is an ivory shade, and paler than Sandstone.
Apple Bounty's plate style is the extra-wide rimmed type, with large dinner plates and no small side plates. The luncheon plate has an all-over pattern, while the dinner plate and soup plate are patterned only on the rim.
Apple Harvest dinner plate, side plate.
Apple Harvest is white-bodied and uses the regular Corelle thickness. It was included in the Impressions product line, and has a standard rimmed plate style. Luncheon plates and dinner plates are patterned only on the rim, and this time, side plates have an all-over pattern. Soup/cereal bowls are 7¼" with a single green band on the edge.
Others: There is more than one pattern named Apple Harvest. The one from 1988 has a beige background and the design is primarily blue and red, with an apple tree, a picket fence and tall baskets stacked with apples. An autumn-themed Currier & Ives decoration from 1984 was also called Apple Harvest.
Plate Styles: Coupe, Rimmed, etc.