This vase is named for Richard Thorne who showed the first known piece at the 1999 International Carnival Glass Association convention. The pattern has rows of quartered circles around the pattern. Glen Thistlewood discovered the pattern in the Walther-Sachsenglas catalog where it was named Luttich. The marigold vase at the left is 5 3/4 inches tall and has four rows of the circles, while the vase Thorne showed had five rows of circles.
The example here sold for $105 in 1999; a similar one sold for $110 in 2001. An example described as large, in marigold, sold for $20 in 2007 and in 2012, an 8 inch marigold example brought $65.
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