Imperial Glass Marigold Carnival Grape Pattern, Footed Sugar and Cream Set #831, Ca. 1962 - 1972.
I have not seen a nicer set than this one, ever. No damage or flaws. It is shiny, sparkly, clean as a pin and ready to go. Imperial Glass called their lovely Marigold color, Rubigold.
The open sugar is 4-3/8" tall X 5" wide from handle to handle and the opening is 2-3/4" ID. The creamer is 4-3/4" tall X 4-3/4" from spout to handle.
Both pieces bear the embossed IG mark with the superimposed I over the G. The marks are on the outside bottom.
References: Pictured on page 34, "Imperial Carnival Glass" by Carl O. Burns, 1996 Edition, 1999 Values.
Page 396 and 424, "Imperial Glass Encyclopedia Volume II" by the National Imperial Glass Collectors' Society , Edited by James Measell.
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