Country Kitchen - Millersburg
Like most geometric patterns, Country Kitchen is difficult to remember. Perhaps the best clue to distinguishing this pattern is the ring of multipoint stars that circles each shape near the top. Few pieces in this pattern sell from year to year. The marigold sauce above belongs to Carl and Eunice Booker. Most pieces in the table set are in amethyst although green and marigold are found too. A very rare vaseline is known in a spooner.
To the left is the only known rosebowl whimsey in the pattern, in marigold.

At right are two vases swung from other shapes, both marigold. The taller ones were swung from the spooner; the shorter for the sauce. The taller vase was photographed while in the collection of Don Doyle; the shorter one is courtesy of Bob and Joan Anderson.