I must admit the marigold I have seen seems to be of inferior quality (mostly "sprayed" on like if you know what I mean) and not much sheen, rather flat and, dare I say it, boring :oops: .
I have not had much to do with carnival glass, apart from a piece of Northwood, which had the big "N" in the middle to help me, as so much has been copied and has then been "got at". I am always worried that I might be passing on a wrong un. However the more I read the more I like!
Your plate is fantastic but to be honest it doesn't look marigold, it has so many colours on it.
I think you might have a convert, but I really like the blue and amythyst best. :wink: