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As we wind down this study of patterns manufactured by this Indiana company, we sincerely trust that as you follow the carnival trail, these patterns will have become familiar enough to you that identification will make them more attractive for purchase. Pattern names applied in these segments are the names used by Jenkins Glass Collectors, not necessarily names which might be used by carnival glass collectors; MANY of whom have never seen some of these examples. We all now know that elusive, nice examples of marigold remain to be discovered and treasured.
 
6 in. Dahlia vase is found in marigold
10 in. Dahlia vase is found in marigold
6 in. Dahlia vase is found in marigold
10 in. Dahlia vase is found in marigold

The Jenkins pattern name for these two vases, which are quite thick glass and as heavy as the Cut Flowers vase, is Dahlia. Kay Riley has seen both of them in Marigold. On first glance, one can easily confuse this pattern with that used on the Diamond and Daisy Cut pieces. With closer examination of the pattern, we note quite a difference, however, in the design around the top of the pieces.

 
Marigold LATTICE Spooner and Creamer
Marigold LATTICE Spooner and Creamer
 
LATTICE Sugar Bowl
LATTICE Sugar Bowl
LATTICE # 336:  is the pattern name used in the Jenkins catalog for the following pieces.
Collectors may decide to place this design in the category with Depression types such as Louisa and Bouquet. That is your choice, but in doing so, please understand that the pieces are substantially more difficult to collect, surfacing far less often. The marigold overlay on  the Lattice pieces varies considerably, as can be seen from the pictured examples.
 
LATTICE 8 in. Nappy.
LATTICE 5 in. Nappy
LATTICE 8 in. Nappy
LATTICE 5 in. Nappy
 
Marigold LATTICE Jelly
Marigold LATTICE Jelly

GLORIOUS  MARIGOLD  FISHBOWL

 
Jenkins Fishbowl

The status of this bowl remains tenuous, but when this one surfaced  in all its shining glory, Kay Riley voiced her opinion that it certainly “appears to be of Jenkins origin”. There is no marking on the bottom.
 
Mid-Winter Butler Bros. 1927
Mid-Winter Butler Bros. 1927

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