Tulip and Cane (#9), Imperial
Year(s) of Production: 1910 Butler Bros Catalog
Pattern Description: Spade like leaves face upwards from the base or stem of these pieces. In the space above and between the leaves is a cane pattern.
Similar Patterns: Imperial 3-in-1
The original Imperial name for this pattern was #9. Made in crystal before carnival glass production, there are several iridized shapes. The compote was advertised as a ‘footed jelly'; marketing was geared to the uses at the time. In the 1970's the goblet was reproduced in a cobalt blue color and is marked with an IG. The reported shapes include:
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