|Beaded Acanthus and Poinsettia Milk Pitchers - Imperial|
|The Beaded Ancanthus milk pitcher, to the left, has an overall pattern of diamonds with daisy-type designs at the intersections and in the center of the stippled diamond background. Although made by Imperial, this pattern is unrelated to their other pattern called Acanthus. This milk pitcher is the only shape known and invariably seen in marigold as shown here, though smoke examples are known.
The Poinsettia milk pitcher, to the right, is the only known shape. The marigold pitchers are easily found while the purple is rare and the green and smoke scarce.