Daisy Squares - Westmoreland
Named for the daisies that appear evenly distributed in a diamond arrangement on the bowl. Most often seen in the rosebowl/spittoon style shown left above, the pattern is many times found with different treatments for the shaping of the top such as flared and ruffled into a compote as shown on the right. Generally attributed to Westmoreland. Known in a rare amethyst, marigold and a light green usually identified as lime or vaseline.
Hobstar and Fruit - Westmoreland
Hobstar and Fruit is a pretty self-explanatory name: there are 4 hobstars in the pattern with alternating panels of different types of fruit. Fairly small size, 5 to 6 inches, and some colors bring good prices. The blue opal ruffled bowl (above left) and the marigold on milkglass banana dish are very desirable. Other colors found include marigold, peach opal, and blue opaque.
Intaglio Flower and Miniature Flower Basket - Westmoreland
There is little information on these patterns which are usually attributed to Westmoreland. There were two molds, one used for the small stemmed nut cup on the left which is called Intaglio Flower. The other mold was for the bowls on the right which frequently have wire handles to form a basket. This second mould is also used for miniature plates. The bowls and plates are called Miniature Flower Basket.

They've turned up in blue opal, peach opal, marigold and marigold on moonstone.

Little Beads - Westmoreland
These stemmed bowls or compotes come in two sizes. The small measures about 5 1/2 inches across, 2 inches tall and has a 2 3/8 inch base. The large measures about 9 inches across, 4 1/4 inches tall and has a 4 inch base. A single line of beads circles the fluted underside while the interior is plain. The small versions have 12 exterior flutes while the large version has 15.

In addition to the peach opal and teal shown here, the small compotes also come in amethyst, blue opal, marigold and marigold on moonstone. The large compote is known only in this amethyst. While the small compotes are found on occasion, the large compote is extremely rare and to date this is the only known photo of one.

Prisms - Westmoreland
A squat compote, sometimes referred to as a bonbon or candy dish. About 5 inches across. There are vertical file-type prisms circling the exterior of the piece and two circular handles.

Found in amethyst, marigold and the teal pictured here.

Footed Shells - Westmoreland
Whether they were intended to be candy, nut, or soap dishes, these simple but elegant pieces are wonderful decorations. The larger sizes measures about 7 1/2 inches long, the smaller about 6 inches. Found in amber, amethyst, aqua or teal, blue opal, green, marigold and peach opal