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Tiger Lily, Riihimaki

Manufacturer: Riihimaki
Year(s) of Production: Late 1920's through early 1930's
Pattern Description: Pattern vertical, leaved stalks with lilies near the top. Area between stalks is filled with more of a floral design.
Similar Patterns: Imperial Tiger Lily
About Tiger Lily

Made by a Finnish company, it's believed that the pattern was copied from Imperial. Please reference Tiger Lily by Imperial for the sizes and specifics of that pattern. These pieces are shorter than the Imperial pieces. The pitcher is approximately 8 1/4″ and 6 1/2″ across. The tumbler approx 3 3/4″ high with a flared top. The tumbler contains a hobstar-like design with a central raised button on its ground bottom..The vertical stalks on the pitcher are thinner and the leaves are more horizontal. (see tigerlily-compare)

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Multiple small differences in the pattern - easiest way to tell is that the approximately 3 3/4" tall Riihimaki tumbler base has a flat rounded lip (Imperial has a standard collar base and the tumbler is taller at over 4" tall). Pitchers are quite different patterns - on the Riihimaki version the leafy fronds turn into wide leaves at the top. The fronds below are much wider and there is an unpatterned area between the fronds and the flowers.