Regal Cane (Hammonia), Brockwitz

Quite a rare pattern: I know of only a few pieces in the pattern, all in marigold. The 5-inch tall clock on the left sold for $800 at auction in 1998 and again in 2009 for $550. a similar one, or perhaps the same one, sold in 2016 for $750. In 2017 another sold for $450. The one on the right sold for $304 on eBay in 2003. In 2021, an example like the one above right sold for $1,300. Don't confuse this pattern with Tartan.

In addition to the 8 1/4-inch pitcher, decanters are known in two different sizes along with a cup/mug--all in marigold. In 2017, a miniature mug sold for $100.

Several 4-inch tall cordial glasses in Regal Cane have sold over the years. One brought $195 in 2003, another $205 in 2010, this one in 2012 for $170, and another for $190 in 2013. In 2017, one sold for $180. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

This 8 1/2 inch tall pitcher in marigold sold in 2013 for $350. Another brought $250 in 2016. In 2017, another in marigold sold for $350.

In 2016, a marigold tumbler sold for $110. In 2017 a marigold tumbler brought $375.

Also in 2016, an ashtray purported to be Regal Cane sold for $35.

In 2019, a water pitcher in marigold brought $275.

In 2021, a water pitcher, 2 tumblers, and an undertray, all in marigold, sold for $280

In 2020, this marigold tumble up with underplate sold for $575 at the Christina Katsikas auction. Thanks to Greg Dillian for the photo.

Updated 6/19/2021

This decanter and cordial sold in 2014 for $475, although the cordial had minor damage. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

In 2016, a marigold 10-inch decanter with two cordials brought $550 and a set with a 9-inch tall decanter with six little mugs (rather than cordials) in marigold sold for $575.

In 2019, a marigold decanter and one cordial sold for $200 and a decanter and six small mugs (2 1/2 inches tall) brought $950.