Jacobean Ranger, Josef Inwald

There were dozens of shapes made in this classic pattern. It is often referred to simply as Ranger, although that is the name of another more obscure pattern. So knowlegable collectors use the term Jacobean as that's the name used in early advertisments to describe the pattern. The pattern is often confused with a similar one from Australia called Blocks and Arches. The water pitcher above is oblong in shape and there are only a few known. This one sold at a 2004 auction for $375.

Hartung Book Six: Ranger

Water pitchers

Marigold, 275 (1996), 275, 375 (both 2004)

Marigold, with one tumbler, 160 (2016)

Milk pitcher

Marigold, 160 (2000)

Tumblers

Marigold, 5, 15 (both 2010), 30 (2012),
   50 (2013), 25, 45 (both 2014),
   15, 30 (both 2015), 45 (2016)

Juice glasses

Marigold, 35 (1996)

Shot glasses, 2 1/4 inch tall

Marigold, 45, 55 (both 2012), 105 (2014), 100 (2016)

Covered jar

Marigold, 95 (1995), 45 (2011), 85 (2017)

This piece was listed as a large stemmed banana boat when it sold in 2016 for $160. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

This 7-piece water set sold in 2013 for $150. I have no idea whether it's the Inwald Jacobean pattern or the Imperial one.

Among the many shapes made in Carnival are the tumbleup, decanter, ring tree, perfume bottle, cologne bottle, dresser tray, and puff or powder jar--all shown above.

Cologne bottles

Marigold, 75 (2007), 6, 10 (both 2009), 50 (2011)

Perfume bottles, with stopper

Marigold, 115 (2008), 55, 60 (both 2010),
   105 (2011), 45, 55 (both 2013), 25 (2016), 100 (2017)

Perfume with atomizer

Marigold, 60, 70 (2007), 80 (2016)

Powder jar with lid, 2 inches tall

Marigold, 90 (2002), 235 (2006),
   215 (2009), 120 (2016)

Pin tray, oblong

Marigold, 45 (2005), 95 (2006), 50 (2010)

Ring tree

Marigold, 85 (2006), 25 (2007), 25 (2016)

Tumbleup with tumbler

Marigold, 205 (2005), 85 (2007), 35 (2012),
   225 (2015), 45, 160 (both 2016)

Decanter

Marigold, 250 (2014), 450 (2017)

Wine set, 6 wines, tray

Marigold, 185 (2016)

Here are two rare 9-inch vases in the Jacobean Ranger pattern. The one on the left is owned by Ted Meeker, on the right by Joan Doty. Yet a third 9-inch vase was reported by Hazel Bridges and was found in a Paris flea market some years ago.

Updated 8/2/2017