The set you refer to is often called the poinsettia pattern because the image resembles that popular Christmas plant. Produced between 1931 - 1935, by the Jeanette Glass Company the set was originally called Floral. In her famous book on Depression glass, Hazel Marie Weatherman referred to the pattern as "passiflora."
The pretty pitcher is cone-shaped, tapering downward to a footed base. It has a nice, sturdy handle. Glasses are also cone-shaped. The set also comes in pink.
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