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STAR MEDALLION Pattern
STAR MEDALLION Celery Vase: These graceful pieces are not easy to locate in any of the three colors known: marigold, clambroth or smoke.
STAR MEDALLION Custard Cup: Marketed as such, rather than as a punch cup, these have no matching bowl/base.
STAR MEDALLION Tumbler: A standard size-4?water tumbler, along with a lemonade size-4 ½?example are the extent offered in this category. No matching water pitcher is known for these marigold and smoke tumblers.
STAR MEDALLION BonBon - 5 1/2 in. diameter.
STAR MEDALLION Handled Bon-Bon: Seen in marigold on rare occasions.
STAR MEDALLION Stemmed Sherbet: Marigold and clambroth are the known colors for this compote.
STAR MEDALLION Ruffled Goblet whimsey: marigold and smoke are known in the straight-up goblet shape. This shape is not often seen.
STAR MEDALLION 9 ½?Plate: Marigold, clambroth, smoke are the known colors. The pattern is on the underside or exterior of this plate. This plate shape does not present much difficulty to locate, with clambroth examples being readily found.
STAR MEDALLION Round Bowl: Marigold, clambroth, smoke are known colors. A very scarce dome-footed small bowl exists in this pattern. It is seen in marigold only. Square bowls in the 6?7 1/2?size are to be found in marigold, clambroth and smoke.
STAR MEDALLION Milk Pitchers: Known in marigold, clambroth, smoke, this is probably the most often found shape within the pattern. Smoke color will present a slight challenge in your search.
April 1931 Butler Bros. Ad: Displays several shapes made in depression green and pink glass. This indicates the desirability of the pattern for its practical purposes, no doubt.
The iridized Star Medallion shapes were made in a wide variety of shapes for an extended period of time well into the late 1920s. Smoke glass made by Imperial can be quite beautiful, and it is a pleasant departure from the more sublime colors, such as marigold and clambroth. Imperial factory catalogs list the pattern as their #671.
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