Chatelaine - Imperial
A rare Imperial design with the tumblers seldom coming up for sale and the pitchers rarely so. Known only in purple though a marigold tumbler sold on eBay late in 2003 for $362 although it may have been one iridized by Terry Crider, of which several are known.
Fieldflower - Imperial
Fieldflower is one of Imperial's few patterns with a realistic floral theme. This one has three panels with a flower and foliage dominating each one. Colors include amber, aqua, green or Helios, lavender, marigold, olive, purple and smoke.

Reissued water sets are found in a variety of colors.

Tiger Lily - Imperial
Tiger Lily is found only in water set pieces. The pattern is distinguished by the vertical, leaved stalks and the lilies near the top. Colors include, aqua, green, helios, lime green, marigold and purple.

While Imperial made the bulk of the pattern, Riihimaki of Finland is thought to have copied it. Most of the pieces found in blue are the Riihimaki versions. While the patterns are similar, there are some differences. On the pitchers, the vertical stalks have thinner and more horizontal leaves on the Riihimaki version as well as more space between the top leaves and flower above. The Riihimaki tumblers have a collar base.

Imperial reissued Tiger Lily in the 1970s.