Intaglio Flower, Westmoreland

There is little information on this pattern which is usually attributed to Westmoreland. Also known as Wild Rose Wreath or sometimes shortened to just Intaglio. There were apparently a couple of molds, one used for the small nut cup on the left and the other for the basket on the right. This second version is also used for miniature bowls. They've turned up in blue opal, peach opal, marigold and marigold on moonstone.

Almond cups, about 2 1/2 inches tall (or mini compote)

Blue opal, 210 (2017)

Marigold, 320 (2010), 300 (2013), 75 (2014), 8 (2015), 100 (2017)

Marigold, souvenir script, 250 (2008), 50 (2009), 350 (2011)

Peach opal, 1,000 (2010)

Basket, miniature (metal handle)

Blue opal, 600 (2010), 525 (2015)

Marigold, 205 (2010), 75 (2011)

Marigold on moonstone, 240 (2013), 225 (2015)

Peach opal, 75 (2011), 85, 120, 190 (all 2012), 165 (2014), 250 (2015), 130 (2017)

Peach opal, souvenir script, 85 (2007)

Bowls, usually ruffled

Blue opal, 80 (2007), 170 (2012)

Marigold, 235 (2015)

Marigold on moonstone, 125 (2015)

Peach opal, 50 (2005), 175 (2009)

Updated 4/27/2017