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Fleur de Lis, Inwald

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Josef Inwald AG of Czechoslovakia made this pattern. While Inwald did not name the pattern, it has come to be known by the major design element, the fleur de lis. It was produced in several shapes. Vases are found in 4 different heights.

[column-third-1]Vases
Marigold, 12 1/2 inch, 350 (1996), 160 (2015)
Marigold, 12 1/2 inch, rough base, 275 (2004)
Marigold, 10 1/2 inch, 475 (2011), 200 (2012)
Marigold, 8 inch, 100 (2015)
Marigold, 6 inch, 450 (2011), 220 (2012)[/column-third-1]

[column-third-2]Pitcher
Marigold, 145 (2003)

Tumbler
Marigold, 10 (2007), 75 (2011)[/column-third-2]

[column-third-3]Bowls
Marigold, large flared, 45 (1998)
Marigold, large salad, 110 (2004)

Jardiniere
Marigold, 165, 425 (both 2011)[/column-third-3]


Plates range from the chop plate shown here to 9 inch and 6 inch.

[column-third-1]Chop or cake plates
Marigold, 10 inch, 135 (2007)
Marigold, 11 inch, 250 (2004)
Marigold, 12 1/2 inch, 220 (1998)[/column-third-1]

[column-third-2]Plate, 9 inch
Marigold, 190 (1997)[/column-third-2]

[column-third-3]Plates, 6 inch
Marigold, 250 (2006), 115 (2007), 145 (2008), 90 (2014)[/column-third-3]

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