|Although Millersburg made the best known pieces in the Hobnail pattern, other manufacturers also made the pattern in Carnival glass. The miniature cordial set shown above, and made by Brockwitz of Germany (they called it Koh-i-nor), sold for $800 in 1998; another for $500 in 2000; and a third for $600 in 2002. In 2015 a similar set sold for $150.
Two marigold cordials sold in 2003 for $220. The small green lamp brought $175 in 1998 while marigold examples sell between $100 and $150. A tumbler in black amethyst, described as Italian, sold for $455 in 2001 while the pitcher on the right, the same pattern and color, sold for $85 in 2003. In 2011, a marigold 8-inch cruet sold for $15. In 2015, a cordial glass, listed as european, sold for $75.
|I don't know who made this 14 1/2-inch tall hobnail-type epergne, but it sold from Argentina on eBay in 2005 for $331.|