This pattern has currently only been reported in a water set with a pitcher and tumblers, and, thus far, only in marigold.
It is believed to have been made by an Indian glass company named Advance Glass Works.
The pattern is most easily identified by the dotted square that contains a flowery object (rather reminiscent of a rose). The bottom quarter of the pattern is covered with protruding points in diagonal rows. (Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions)
|MFG||Pattern||Shape||Edge Treatment||General Size||Extra Detail||Color||Price||Sale Date||Damage||Auctioneer||Photo1|
|Advance Glass Works||Shazam||Pitcher||Marigold||25.00||08/22/2015||Wroda|
|Advance Glass Works||Shazam||Tumbler||Marigold||15.00||10/01/2016||Burns|
|Advance Glass Works||Shazam||Tumbler||Marigold||15.00||12/20/2015||Seeck|
|Advance Glass Works||Shazam||Tumbler||Marigold||10.00||08/22/2015||Wroda|
|Advance Glass Works||Shazam||Water Set||Marigold||20.00||05/01/2016||Seeck|