Drapery Variant, Inwald

This is a different pattern than Northwood's Drapery, though quite alike in design. Originally thought to have produced by Riihimaki, Glen and Steve Thistlewood discovered evidence that proved the pattern was actually produced by Inwald. Read all about it here. Shown above are a shot glass, water pitcher, and tumbler.
Water sets

Marigold, 5 piece, 175 (2007)

Marigold, 7 piece, 400 (1999), 425 (2007)

Water pitcher

Marigold, 400 (2003), 400 (2006), 80 (2008)

Milk pitcher (5 1/4 inches tall)

Marigold, 155 (2004), 125 (2006),
   85, 130 (both 2015), 150 (2016), 75 (2017)

Whiskey set, 8 shot glasses

Marigold, 1,800 (2004)

Wine set, 6 piece

Marigold, 625 (2005), 375 (2011)

Shot glasses

Marigold, 165 (2008), 135 (2010), 140 (2012)

Smoke, iridized smoke flashed, 350 (2016)

Tumblers

Marigold, 60 (2003),
   200 (2009), 95 (2012),
   35 (2015), 35 (2016)

Plate, 6 inch

Marigold, 250 (2006)

Bowl, 9 inch

Marigold, 35 (2017)

Updated 4/21/2017

Richard Fenton sent me this photo of a recently acquired Drapery Variant vase in 2015. He described it as a fan vase, 8 inches tall and with spectacular iridescense. Glen and Stephen Thistlewood sent me the image below from a 1928 Markhbeinn catalog.