Hobstar Band - possibly Lancaster
Some collectors speculate Imperial made this geometric pattern, others US Glass. But it appears the maker is actually Lancaster Glass. The pitchers are found in two varieties: the regular pitcher as shown in the center and the variant pitcher which is pedestal footed and shown above left. Some tumblers have straight sides and some tumblers are flared slightly at the top. These water sets only come in marigold. The photo of the regular pitcher is courtesy of Sheffield Auctions.

The compote above only comes in marigold.

The celery above is mostly found in marigold but a scarce green might be found occasionally. In 2008, Paul Kirk sent the catalog photo at the right. It had come from a CD with images from original catalogs, trade journals, etc., by Tom Bredenhoft. Paul spotted this and noted the similarity to the pattern called Hobstar Band. He notes that this pattern was made by Lancaster Glass Company and was called Orizaba.

Paul admits that there are some differences: Plain rather than notched handles and a flat base rather than slightly collared--among other things. He points out that catalog illustrations often varied from the actual pieces. Given that the pattern itself appears identical, however, it would seem that the Hobstar Band pattern is likely this Orizaba.