|Ribbed Band and Scales, |
Cristalerias Papini (Argentina)
|The first known example of this pattern was the above marigold tumbler found by the late John Britt who gave it its name. It is rather small, just 3 1/2 inches tall and a 2-inch base. The letters "N.C.P." are molded into the slightly domed base. One example sold at a 1999 auction for $110, two more in 2000 for $125 and $155. The decanter, which also has the initials "N.C.P.," sold in 2001 for $110.
A marigold 5-piece water set sold in 2005 for $425.
In 2015, a marigold tumbler sold for $35.
In 2016, a 6-piece water set in marigold sold for $190.
In 2017, a 4-piece water set in marigold sold for $45.
In 2018, two marigold tumblers sold for $20 each.