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.

Updated 7/9/2018