Some names of antique cut glass patterns are the Rajah pattern from Libbey, the Parisian pattern from C. Dorflinger and the Brazilian pattern from T.G. Hawkes and Company. The strawberry diamond and fan pattern was also a popular pattern during the Brilliant period, which lasted from 1876 to 1917.
The Rajah pattern was a rare pattern designed by William C. Anderson. It features six-pointed hobstars surrounded by feathering with clear button five-pointed stars at their tips. The Parisian pattern was patented by John O' Connor for Dorflinger. It was a very popular pattern in the late Victorian and early Edwardian periods, but it is rare because it was difficult to make. The Brazilian pattern was known for its pattern of cut fans.