Marilyn, Millersburg

Found only in water set pieces, the pattern was named for Marilyn Gaida, an early carnival glass collector. Most easily remembered by the dominant hobstars and vertical rows of diamond shapes in between.

Hartung Book Six: Marilyn

Water sets, 7 piece

Amethyst, 800 (2010), 750, 1,700 (both 2012), 400 (2015), 225 (2016), 575 (2017)

Marigold, 425 (2007), 525, 600 (both 2012)

Marigold, 5 piece, 625 (2014)

Water pitchers

Amethyst, 675 (2007), 475 (2009), 400, 550 (2012), 700 (2016), 600 (2017)

Green, 325, 450 (both 2009), 295, 525 (both 2010), 825 (2017)

Marigold, 350 (2009), 160, 475 (both 2010), 180, 375 (both 2013), 500 (2016)

Marigold, with 1 tumbler, 525 (2014)

Tumblers

Amethyst, 25, 35, 50 (all 2012), 25, 170 (2013), 100 (2014), 23, 50, 75 (all 2015),
   35, 45 (both 2016), 35, 40 (both 2017)

Green, 120, 145 (both 2010), 90 (2012), 85 (2014), 70, 75, 80 (all 2015), 95 (2016)

Marigold, 30, 33, 65 (all (2010), 25, 55, 75 (all 2011), 40 (2012), 55 (2015),
   70 (2016)

Updated 3/28/2017