Rising Sun - U. S. Glass
Rising Sun is a pattern shown in an old US Glass Company catalog in uniridized form. Several pieces have been found in Argentina and imported into US collections. US Glass may have sold the molds to an Argentinian glass maker or U. S. Glass may have made these pieces for export. U.S. Glass is known to have had an export catalog.

There are three pitcher styles known in the pattern: Above left is the pedestalled water pitcher that is 9 1/4 inches tall. In the center is a pitcher that has a slightly domed base and is 8 1/4 inches tall. The third, shown at the right, is squatty and 7 1/2 inches tall and, in the ad below, is called a water jug.

Below are two tumblers that can be found; a juice and a standard. Also shown is a covered sugar bowl. A covered butter dish is known. Also shown is an ad appearing in the Fall 1911 Butler Brothers Catalog showing various pieces in the Rising Sun pattern. Notice that the handles on the actual covered sugar bowl and water jug match those shown in the ad.

Above are two tumblers that can be found; a juice and a standard. Also shown is a covered sugar bowl and a covered butter dish (courtesy of Sheffield Auctions). Below is an ad appearing in the Fall 1911 Butler Brothers Catalog showing various pieces in the Rising Sun pattern. Notice that the handles on the actual covered sugar bowl and water jug match those shown in the ad.