Rising Sun

Nobody is quite sure who made the Rising Sun pattern. It's shown in an old US Glass Company catalog in uniridized form, but many pieces have been found in Argentina--leading to the speculation that US Glass sold the molds to an Argentinian glass maker. There are three pitcher styles known in the pattern: Above left is the water pitcher, a pedestalled piece that is 9 1/4 inches tall; on the right is the juice pitcher that has a slightly domed base and is 8 1/4 inches tall. The third, shown at the bottom of this page, is squatty and 7 1/2 inches tall.
Water sets, 7 pieces

Blue, has juice pitcher, 225 (2016)

Marigold, 300, 1,900 (both 2005),
   200 (2007), 105 (2011), 55 (2016)

Marigold, with squatty pitcher, 675 (2016)

Water pitchers (pedestalled)

Aqua, 800 (1999)

Blue, 425 (1999), 650 (2004)

Marigold, 105 (2007), 195 (2008),
   65 (2010), 45, 95 (both 2012),
   45 (2015), 65, 75 (both 2016)

Marigold, with 1 tumbler, 45 (2016)

Pitcher and two tumblers

Blue, 215, 566 (both eBay,
   from Argentina, 2004)

Tumblers

Blue, 70 (2009)

Marigold, 45 (2011), 43 (2013),
   20, 50 (both 2015), 95 (2016)

Juice sets, 7 piece (with juice glasses)

Marigold, 1,100 (1997), 825 (1999)

Marigold, 5 piece, 195 (2009)

Juice pitcher (domed base)

Blue, 325 (2005), 600 (2006),
   125 (2007), 145 (2015), 105 (2016)

Blue, with 2 tumblers, 190 (2016)

Marigold, 45, 60, 75, 155 (all 2010),
   225 (2012), 25 (2015), 25, 30 (both 2016)

Juice pitcher and 4 juice glasses

Marigold, 195 (2009), 220 (2010)

Juice pitcher, one juice glass, 30 (2015)

Juice glasses

Marigold, 22, 35 (both 2008),
   20, 35 (both 2009), 60 (2013),
   50 (2015)

Sugar, covered

Marigold, 50 (2004)

Covered Butter

Marigold, 145 (2007), 25 (2010),
   55 (2012), 35 (2014)


Above are the juice glass and regular tumbler (courtesy of Carl and Eunice Booker). The juice glass is 3 1/2 inches tall, the tumbler just over four inches. While the water and juice set pieces are the most frequently seen shapes, there were apparently others produced as well. Shown above right are two small berry bowls or sauces in marigold, valued between $20 and $30. Also known are covered butter dishes.

Updated 1/21/2017

I know of only three of these squatty 7 1/2-inch Rising Sun pitchers although there are bound to be more out there. This one sold from Argentina on eBay in 2006 for $399.