Crackle - Jeannette
The Crackle pattern dates from the depression era. The patterns known as Tree of Life and Soda Gold are sometimes identified as Crackle. All have meandering lines against a stippled background but this one is somewhat finer with less distinction between the lines and stippling. While often identified as an Imperial pattern, Jeannette is thought to have made Crackle.

Shapes include the covered water set, above, which comes with dome footed tumbers. Not all water pitchers will be found with a lid. In the center photo, a tumbler sits on a five inch saucer. The tumbler, sherbet and covered candy jar all fit in the indentation of the saucer, but no cup is known. These Crackle salt and pepper shakers are often sold under the Soda Gold name. The salt and pepper shakers are the only item not regularly found in marigold. They can be found in smoke or with a pale blue base glass and a dark marigold iridescence as shown here.

Other shapes include a large ten inch chop plate and eight inch plates, both with smooth edges; and large and small bowls with scalloped edges. Other various shapes are shown below.

Crackle spittoons are found mainly in marigold and sometimes vaseline. The spitton on the left is in the Crackle pattern. The lime green spittoon, to the rigth, was sold as Soda Gold but the pattern is really Soda Gold Hobnail. This Soda Gold Hobnail spitton is often mis-labeled as Crackle.
Crackle candlesticks are found in two sizes. The taller is 7 inches high with hexagonal base; the shorter 3 1/2 inches with round base.

The photo on the far right shows a pair of car vases with the brackets used to attach them.

To the left is a Crackle wall vase. in the center is a covered candy jar which is 7 3/4 inches tall including the lid. And to the right is a five inch tall sherbet.