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Derby, Sowerby and Inwald

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These vases are also known under the name of Pinwheel, although Derby was the Sowerby name. In addition to the vases, a wide range of shapes was produced in the Derby pattern. The marigold vase above is 8 inches tall; the amethyst is 7 inches tall. Sowerby was an English glass manufacturer, but the vases were also produced by the Czechoslovakian maker, Josef Inwald. On the right is a cookie jar in the Sowerby Derby pattern.

[column-half-1]Vases, 5 inches, probably Inwald
Marigold, 85 (1994)

Vases, 6-7 inches
Amethyst/purple, 245 (1997), 450 (1999), 110 (2008), 170 (2015)
Blue, 110 (2008)
Marigold, 90 (2006), 85, 115 (both 2007), 60 (2012)[/column-half-1]

[column-half-2]Vases, 8-9 inches
Amethyst/purple, 325 (2000), 125 (2007)
Marigold, 85 (2005), 325 (2007), 65 (2008), 105 (2014)

Vases, 10-12 inches
Amethyst, 110 (2002)
Marigold, 100 (2010), 195 (2012), 75 (2014)[/column-half-2]

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