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Snowflake, Cambridge

Manufacturer: Cambridge
Year(s) of Production: 1906-1920
Pattern Description: A snowflake type hobstar sits on 2 smaller ones, separated by file triangles.Between the columns of hobstars are a rayed arch , and some rope-like lines.The top is serrated and the handle is molded.
Similar Patterns: Indiana Glass Co.'s Juno pattern
Shapes in Database: Pitcher
Colors in Database: Marigold*

*Not all colors are available in every shape.

About Snowflake

This pattern was originally called Fernland by Cambridge (a Nearcut design with #2635 assigned) and was made quite extensively in clear pressed glass (not iridized). The pitcher is the only reported shape in carnival glass. It stands 8 1/4″ tall and holds approximately 24 ounces. It is easy to see why the pattern name of Snowflake was applied, since the predominent feature in the pattern is a snowflake-like hobstar on the top part of the pitcher. The top is serrated and the handle is molded. The base is slightly domed. There is one legacy sale for a marigold pitcher in 2007 where it sold for $400.