Daisy and Button - Various Makers
Daisy and Button was a traditional pattern in pressed glass, although little of it was made in Carnival during the classic era. However, the pattern has found its way into many contemporary pieces.
This is Fenton's design with a slotted lid that fits over two projections on the lid. The next two photos are a covered jar and a covered compote by Smith. The final picture to the right is a water pitcher in ice blue.
Fenton made this red bell. The Fenton 8-in tall hat shaped basket and the 9-inch tall Fenton fan vase are in amethyst. This bowl is made by Smith, apparently from the same mold as the covered bowls.
Toothpick holders are found in a wide variety of shapes. The first one, the top hat, is from Fenton's OVG series, though Boyd makes a similar item. The others are from several makers.

Quite a variety of boots, shoes and slippers in the Daisy and Button pattern. The first one was made by Fenton although several makers make similar pieces. The bootie on the right is part of Fenton's OVG line.

Above is a blue sliegh to the left. Fenton made these candlesticks in the green shown and also pink. Finally to the right is an amethyst covered butter.