|Soda Gold, Imperial|
|Perhaps because the Soda Gold pattern has no representation of flowers or even be considered geometric, it receives little attention. The design consists of thin meandering lines over a stippled background. Sometimes called Spider Web or Tree of Life and dates from the depression era. The marigold bowl above right is unusual with its cupped-in top. It sold for $40 at a 1997 auction. Console bowls have the rim turned out and rolled down. The pattern is found in marigold and smoke.
Note that Dugan's Maple Leaf pattern also has a Soda Gold background, although the berry bowls lack the distinctive leaf elements.
Water sets, 7 piece
Marigold, 125 (2013), 70 (2019), 35 (2021)
Smoke, 200, 300 (both 2017), 120 (2019), 175 (2021)
Smoke, 6 piece, 275 (2010)
Console sets (bowl and two candlesticks)|
Marigold, 35 (2008)
Smoke, 65 (1999), 145 (2007)
Console bowls (rim rolled down)
Chop plates, from bowl
|The Soda Gold candleholders are the squatty variety. While the salt and pepper shakers are almost always sold at auction under the name Soda Gold, they are a different pattern that I consider to be Crackle.|
Smoke, 18 (2009), 10 (2013), 20 (2016)
Smoke, single, 20 (2017)
|Salt and pepper shaker sets|
Aqua/marigold, 80 (2001), 110 (2014), 15 (2018)
Blue, light, 90 (1998)
Marigold, 95 (1994), 50 (2016)
Smoke, 85 (2008), 35 (2009), 75 (2015)
Smoke, single shaker, 10 (2015)
|Spittoons are found in two varieties. One, shown here, is the typical Soda Gold pattern. The other has raised bumps and is called Hobnail Soda Gold.
Soda Gold spittoon Hobnail Soda Gold spittoon
Hobnail Soda Gold spittoon
|Wall pockets in this pattern are quite rare, This marigold example sold in 2021 for $60.
Hartung Book Five: Hobnail Soda Gold