Crackle

The Crackle pattern dates from the depression era. The patterns known as Tree of Life and Soda Gold are sometimes identified as Crackle--and vice versa. All have meandering lines against a stippled background but this one is somewhat finer with less distinction between the lines and stippling. The Crackle salt and pepper shakers are often sold under the Soda Gold name. While often identified as an Imperial pattern, Jeannette is thought to have made Crackle.

Hartung Book Four: Crackle

Water sets

Marigold, 7 pieces, 95 (1999), 15 (2016)

Marigold, 6 pieces, 15 (2003)

Water pitcher, 1 tumbler

Marigold, 90 (2014)

Tumblers

Marigold, 7-10

Plate, 6 inch

Marigold, 5 (1997)

Bowl, 7 1/2 inch, plain interior

Marigold, 25 (1997)

Console bowl, rolled edge

Marigold, 20 (2010)

Salt and pepper shaker sets

Aqua, 80 (2001), 110 (2014),
   55 (2015)

Aqua/marigold, single, 50 (2003)

Aqua/smoke, 9 (2012)

Blue, light, 90 (1998)

Marigold, 95 (2014)

Smoke, 125 (1999), 290 (2011),
   75 (2015)

Car vase, with or without bracket

Marigold, 5, 50 (both 2006),
   5, 20 (both 2009), 30 (2010),
   5 (2012)


Crackle candlesticks are found in two sizes. The taller is 7 inches high with hexagonal base; the shorter 3 1/2 inches with round base.
Candlesticks, tall

Marigold, 50 (2014)

Blue, trumpet, 235 (2014)
Candlesticks, short

Marigold, 16 (2001), 20 (2010)

Last updated 1/8/2017

Spittoons

Usually found in marigold and selling for $10 to $15. This lime green example sold in 2013 for $65. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.