|Apparenlty named for the black trim on the marigold iridescense. Seen in a variety of shapes, many of which have sort of crackled or Tree of Life surface. There seems to be no agreement as to who made these items. This decanter set sold in 2014 for $140.
Other items reported as Holloween were marigold spittoons that sold for $105 in 1997 and $85 in 1998. In 2003, a bulbous 5 3/4-inch tall vase in marigold sold for $18.
|These 8 1/2-inch tall candlesticks have a 4 1/2-inch base and 4-inch bobeche top. There is a crackle or tree bark type surface in marigold with black bands around the neck and base. Because they are hollow they may also be used as a vase. Courtesy of Ed Kramer.|