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 occasionally flared and ruffled into a compote. Generally attributed to Westmoreland. Known in a rare amethyst, marigold and a light green usually identified as lime or vaseline.

Hartung Book Five: Daisy Squares

Rosebowl/spittoon/compote

Amethyst, 2 sides up, 600 (2001), 95 (2014)

Amethyst, ruffled top, 205 (2009)

Amethyst, tricorner crimped top, 450 (2011)

Green, tricorner top, crimped, 200 (2008), 75 (2010)

Green, ruffled, 75 (2008)

Green, spittoon shape, crimped, 105 (2011), 55 (2015)

Green, crimped, 210 (2006), 250 (2007), 50 (2012), 90 (2013)

Green, 2 sided crimped, 250 (2007), 135 (2013), 85 (2014)

Lime green or vaseline, 130 (2009), 70 (2010), 115 (2012)

Lime green, crimped, 80 (2007), 130 (2012)

Lime green, tricorner crimped, 245 (2016)

Lime green, 2 sided crimped, 300 (1999), 275 (2010)

Marigold, 105, (2003), 190 (2004), 145 (2006), 110 (2013)

Marigold, round, slight ruffle, 70 (2016)

Marigold, 2 sides up, 105, 175, 225 (all 2001), 250 (2014), 180 (2017)

Marigold, tricorner crimped, 425 (2006)

Marigold, spittoon shape crimped, 50 (2013), 80 (2014), 65, 70 (both 2015)

Marigold, crimped, 85 (2008), 115, 170 (both 2009), 130 (2012), 110 (2013)

Vaseline, spittoon shape, crimped, 130 (2012)

Compote, flattened out

Amber, 135 (2003)

Updated 4/20/2017