Wine and Roses - Fenton
These smallish pitchers are referred to as cider pitchers. The set came with wine-type goblets. Only marigold pitchers were known until 1997 when a blue example turned up in the Pacific Northwest--and one sold at a Florida auction in 2001. Pitchers measure a little over 8 inches tall. The whimsied compote with ruffles at the left was made from the goblet.

Although marigold is the primary color, goblets are found in other colors including aqua, blue, powder blue, lime green and vaseline.

Below are two ads from 1919 showing the pattern Wine and Roses. The first shows a 8 1/2 inch jug and the second shows a six oz. goblet. Notice that here they are not being sold as a set.