Known in a handful of marigold tumblers and a creamer and sugar set. The pattern, repeated on two sides of the tumbler, is a whirling star encircled by a chain. The base is ground and is 2 1/2 inches in diameter. Also known as Virginia or No. 1467. A marigold example sold in 2010 for $160 and another in 2011 for $30. This tumbler is courtesy of Lee Markley; the marigold creamer and sugar sold for $175 in 1998.
Here's another creamer and sugar, along with a butter dish–the only one reported. The group, in marigold, sold for $170 in 2012. There were some pinpoint nicks on the butter dish. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1|
|Fostoria||Chain and Star||Table Set||Butter, Creamer, Spooner||Marigold||170.00||05/09/2012||Chips on Butter||Seeck|
|Fostoria||Chain and Star||Toothpick||Marigold||160.00||12/21/2014||Seeck|
|Fostoria||Chain and Star||Tumbler||Marigold||425.00||07/11/2019||Seeck|