Year(s) of Production: Circa 1929
Pattern Description: Vertical panels on the bottom, two or three rows of thumbprint like indentations in the center and vertical ovals at the top.
The pattern was called Coronet by the Czechoslovakian manufacturer and is also known as Princeton. It's found in 3 different sized vases that stand about 6 1/2″, 8″ and 10″ tall (small, Mid-Size & Large). There is also a celery vase measuring 6″ that is fatter, and a bowl is reported. All are marigold, have large sawtooth tops and have deep hollow bases.
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