Heavy Vine
This pattern is most easily identified by the line with geometric leaf shapes around the middle. The maker is unknown, but Glen and Stephen Thistlewood, in their book, A Century of Carnival Glass, suggest that it may have been Rindskopf. It was made in quite a few shapes, mostly dresser set pieces. Shown here are a tumbleup, small cologne bottle, powder jar, ring tree and pin tray.

Hartung Book Nine: Heavy Vine Atomizer

Dresser set, 8 pieces

Marigold, underplate is Holiday & Bows,
   850 (2014)

Dresser set, 7 pieces

Marigold, each piece, 70 (2002)

Dresser set, 5 pieces

Marigold, 228 (eBay 2005)

Perfume bottle

Marigold, 95 (2005), 30, 75, 80 (all 2016)

Marigold, with spritzer, 40, 80 (both 2016)

Cologne bottles, 6 3/4 to 8 1/4 inch

Marigold, 125 (2008), 20, 35, 75 (all 2011),
   20, 45 (both 2014), 15, 40 (both 2016)

Powder jars

Marigold, 155 (2008), 20, 50, 60 (all 2016)

Ring Tree

Marigold, 95 (1999), 35, 40 (both 2016)

Pin tray, oblong

Marigold, 165 (1995), 40 (1998), 50 (2014)

Cordial set, 7 piece

Marigold, 700 (2013)

Tumbleup (Guest set)

Marigold, 275 (1999), 350 (2014),
   70, 180 (both 2016), 180 (2017)

Covered bowl, 3 1/2 inch

Marigold, 30 (1998)

Rosebowl, miniature

Marigold, 130 (1998)

Shot glass, 2 1/2 inches tall

Marigold, 135 (1997), 50 (2002)

Tumbler, either 3 7/8 or 4 1/4 inch

Marigold, base chips, 130 (1998)

Water goblet

Marigold, 20 (2006)

Wine glass, 4 1/2 inches tall

Marigold, 65 (2008)

Vase, 8 inch

Marigold, 190 (2007)

Candleholder, 7 inch

Marigold, pair, 400 (2006), 625 (2008)

In June, 2004, Patricia Walther of Buenos Aires sent me the above photo of Heavy Vine pieces. They are a jug, four sizes of stemmed pieces, and a wine decanter.
In 2016 this water set sold for $100. It was noted that two tumblers had chips. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

Updated 4/26/2017