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Classic Arts, Rindskopf

The Classic Arts and Egyptian Queen patterns are very similar. Both have a frieze of nude figures playing musical instruments. All pieces are marigold with the frieze in a green stain that imitates weathered bronze. It is believed that this pattern were made by Josef Rindskopf of Czechoslovakia. The frieze band on Classic Arts pieces is just over one inch deep. The shapes are an 8-inch vase with 12 panels, an open sugar 4 1/2 inches across, and a covered sugar, also 4 1/2 inches across (also marketed as a marmalade pot). The frieze band on Egyptian Queen pieces is two inches deep. There are only vases in two sizes: around 7 inches and around 6 inches, both with 8 panels.

[column-third-1]Classic Arts covered sugar (often listed as powder jar)
Marigold, 280 (1998), 450 (1999), 275 (2006), 425 (2012)[/column-third-1]

[column-third-2]Classic Arts open sugar (often listed as rosebowl)
Marigold, 170 (2011), 70, 120, 135 (all 2012), 55 (2014)[/column-third-2]

[column-third-3]Vases
Classic Arts: Marigold, 475 (2011), 85, 140, 170, 300 (all 2012), 70, 120 (both 2013)
Egyptian Queen: Marigold, 270 (2008), 425 (2009), 325 (2010), 285 (2011)[/column-third-3]

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