Jeannette made Doric and Pansy for just a couple years, 1937 to 1938, and in ultra marine or teal, pink and some crystal. From what I've read, they made more pieces in teal than pink which is unusual compared to other depression patterns. Jeannette's teal or ultramarine is a rich blue green color that can have a little more blue or green from piece to piece. It is very pretty. Doric and Pansy has squares with pansy flowers in them that alternate with squares that have a simple geometric motif. The geometric motif is the "Doric" part of the name. It is a pretty pattern but not extensive. There are enough pieces for a small dinner set that includes a few serving pieces, tumblers, three sizes of plates, bowls, cups and saucers. It is a nice size set that you can use and enjoy. I've not had a problem with chipping particularly with this, certainly less than with the similar Doric pattern. The glass is thin with the design on the outside, or bottom in the case of plates, and you don't notice wear on a busy pattern like this, so even a plate with a few utensil marks will look sharp. The only place that tends to nick is a ridge on the handles of cups or sugar bowls. Jeannette made this same shape handle in Adam depression glass and it gets nicks easily. Jeannette made Doric and Pansy in a small children's set for toy glass dishes. These are called Pretty Polly which is a good name since they are very pretty. They are also rather expensive, but in line with other depression toy glassware. We have the Pretty Polly pink cups and saucers listed.