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Moonprint (Globus), Brockwitz

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Like many European patterns, Moonprint was made in a large number of shapes. The pattern consists of regularly spaced round depressions. At the juncture between 4 of these round shapes there is a small 4-pointed star. Above left is a 2-piece punch or fruit bowl. The base, turned up the other way, does double duty as an open sugar. On the right is a midsize pitcher and butter dish. A similar Imperial pattern is Oval and Round.

[column-third-1]Fruit bowl with base
Marigold, 175 (1998), 200 (2010)

Bowls, ruffled, 9-11 inches
Marigold, 10, 25, 45 (2005), 10 (2010), 20 (2014)

Salad bowl, 8-inch, dome footed
Marigold, 75 (2012)

Creamer
Marigold, 50 (2001), 45 (2010)

Open sugar or compote
Marigold, 25 (2003), 45 (2005), 18 (2007)

Creamer and open sugar
Marigold, 45 (1998), 45 (2005)

Butter, creamer and open sugar
Marigold, 145 (2012)[/column-third-1]

[column-third-2]Candlesticks, 8 1/4 inches
Marigold, pair, 500 (2010), 400 (2012), 240 (2014)
Marigold, single, 300 (2001), 165 (2006)

Vases
Marigold, 10-inch, flared top, 200 (2007)
Marigold, 8-9 inch, cylindrical, 500 (2007), 200 (2012), 150 (2014)
Marigold, 5 inch, 205 (2010)
Marigold, trumpet, 9 inch, 200 (2010), 210 (2012)

Water pitcher
Marigold, 650 (2004), 300 (2010), 225 (2011)

Butter dish
Marigold, chip, 60 (1995)

Bonbonierre (covered dish)
Marigold, small lid chip, 290 (1995), 160 (2012)[/column-third-2]

[column-third-3]Wine glasses
Marigold, 70 (2002)

Cordial set (decanter, 6 cordials, tray)
Marigold, 450 (1998), 1,050 (2012)

Cordial, 3 1/4 inches tall
Marigold, 200 (2010)

Decanter and stopper
Marigold, 91 (eBay 2005)

Decanter and 2 wine glasses
Marigold, 225 (2014)

Cheese keeper
Marigold, 225 (2012)[/column-third-3]

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There are at least two versions of Moonprint bowls. Shown are a dome-footed bowl and a 11-inch ruffled bowl.

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The open sugar (also used as a base for the fruit/punch set) and the creamer sold as a set for $45 in 1998. This covered container is a cheese dish. Hard to see in the photo, but the top slants a bit and there is a small ventilation hole drilled in the top. The cheese dish is courtesy of John and Ruth Phillips.

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Vases are known in at least two shapes and several heights. The cylidrical vase shown is 8 1/4 inches tall with a 2 5/8 inch base. The pedestal type vase is 11 inches tall.

Above is a page from a Brockwitz catalog showing the Moonprint (Globus) pattern. There were many shapes, but not all were iridized. Catalog courtesy of Bob Smith.

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