Scales, Westmoreland
Easy to confuse with the Dugan Fishscale and Beads, this pattern has convex (raised) scales rather than indented or concave scales of the Dugan pattern. Blue opal, as shown in the large ruffled bowl above, is a common color in this pattern. Large bowls are common, large plates rare. Small plates are common, small bowls rare. The small bowl and underplate combination is rare: this one, in amethyst, sold for $35 in 1995; another set in amethyst sold for $28 in 2004. Note that Northwood's Petals compotes are sometimes identified as this pattern.
Bowls, 8-9 inches

Blue opal, 130 (2011), 30, 35, 85 (all 2012),
   150, 525 (both 2014), 160 (2015),
   45, 55, 60, 110, 115, 140, 170 (all 2016)

Marigold on milk glass, 25, 85 (both 2011),
   15, 35 (both 2012), 15 (2013)

Marigold on moonstone, 60 (2013), 15 (2014)

Peach opal, 10 (2012), 45 (2013),
   10, 25 (both 2014), 15, 20, 30 (all 2016)

Peach opal, tricorner, 50 (2008), 295 (2009),
   180 (2012), 75 (2015), 35 (2016)

Bowls or sauces, about 6 inches

Amethyst, 16 (2005), 15 (2009)

Aqua, 5 (2013)

Plates, 8-9 inches

Marigold on milk glass, 45 (2003), 155 (2004),
   150 (2005), 125 (2006), 175 (2007), 105 (2015),
   20 (2016)

Peach opal, 80 (2009), 250 (2012), 15 (2013),
   175 (2015)

Updated 1/21/2017

Small bowl and underplate

Amethyst, 18 (2011)

Aqua, 45 (2012)

Plate or underplate, small, 6-7 inches

Amethyst, 10-20

Aqua/teal, 20 (1999), 155 (2000), 60 (2003),
   50 (2015), 5 (2016)

Green, 80 (2008), 15 (2011)

Marigold, 25, 45 (both 1998), 50 (2008)

Banana dish (small plate with 2 sides up)

Peach opal, 30, 45 (both 2008), 50 (2011),
   200 (2013), 20 (2015), 70 (2016)

Peach opal, with wire holder, 130 (1998)