Caprice is a pattern manufactured by the Cambridge Glass Company from the 1940′s to 1957. Caprice was made in several colors, but crystal is the most easily obtained, and there is a lot of moonlight blue out there as well, but because it is the most sought after color it will likely bring the highest prices. Another available color is alpine caprice, in moonlight blue but with satinized panels or bases. I have heard of some crystal out there as well. While alpine Caprice is gaining popularity, but is not as collectible as those pieces without the satinized panels.
Some of the caprice molds are owned by Summit Art Glass, and there are some newer items out in the marketplace. They include ashtrays, 5″ 2 handled jelley bowl, 8″ 3 part relish, 11″ 2 handled oval bowl, 11″, 12″ 4 part and 3 part relishes, the bridge set; butter dish, creamers, mayonnaise sets, oil bottles, 9-1/2″ dinner plate, some of the stems and tumblers, flat salt & pepper and salad dressing set.