Strawberry Wreath (Millersburg Strawberry), Millersburg
Strawberry Wreath, which some refer to as Millersburg Strawberry, uses essentially the same design as Millersburg's Blackberry Wreath and Grape Wreath patterns except that this one has no center detail other than a tiny dot on some shapes. No plates are known, but the bowls are often shaped in unusual ways, including tricorner and square.
Bowls, 7 to 10 inches, ruffled, round, crimped or 3/1 edge

Amethyst, 120, 210, 1,300 (all 2013),
   190, 215 (both 2014), 120 (2015),
   85, 120 (both 2016)

Amethyst, 10-inch, ice cream, 475 (2016)

Green, 8 inch, crimped, 80 (2016)

Green, 9-10 inch, 95 (2011),
   200, 400 (both 2012), 120, 250 (2014)

Green, 9-10 inch, ice cream, 180 (2010),
   750 (2011), 80, 325 (both 2014), 400 (2016)

Marigold, 7-8 inch, 50 (2007), 40 (2008),
   45 (2010), 85 (2015), 50 (2016)

Marigold, 9-10 inch, 30 (2006), 110 (2009),
   60 (2011), 120 (2012), 95 (2015)

Marigold, 9-10 inch, ice cream, 160 (2009),
   135 (2010), 70 (2011), 160 (2014)

Vaseline, 9-10 inch, flared round, 1,400 (2007),
   1,200 (2016)

Vaseline, 9 inch, deep round, 2,100 (2008)

Vaseline, 7 inch, pinhead, 450 (2000)

Bowls, small berry or sauce, about 6 inches

Amethyst, ruffled, 160 (2014)

Amethyst, ice cream shape or round,
   125 (2007), 65 (2009), 80 (2016)

Green, ruffled, 400 (1999), 205 (2002),
   275 (2011), 115 (2014), 165 (21106)

Green, ruffled, emerald, 230 (2011),
   170 (2012), 125 (2014)

Green, blue irid., 215 (2010), 230 (2011)

Green, square, 4 inch, 475 (2007), 325 (2015)

Green, tricorner, 6 inch, 150 (2014)

Marigold, ruffled, 115 (2006), 120 (2014),
   65, 95 (both 2015)

Marigold, crimped, 95 (2010), 115 (2014),
   105 (2015)

Marigold, ice cream, 110 (2003), 40 (2010),
   155 (2015), 15 (2016)

Olive green, flared, 150 (2004)

Vaseline, 900 (2016)

Bowls, tricorner

Amethyst/purple, 10 inch, 550 (2007),
   425, 900 (both 2012), 900 (2013), 500 (2014),
   550 (2015), 525, 550 (both 2016)

Green, 10 inch, 600 (2004),
   500, 525 (both 2012)

Marigold, 7 inch, 55 (2005), 475 (2009)

Vaseline, 6 1/2--7 inch, 500 (2004)

Bowls, square or diamond shape

Amethyst, 350, 475 (both 2012),
   180, 275 (both 2014), 140, 150 (both 2015),
   95, 160, 250, 350, 425 (all 2016)

Green, 550 (2009), 275 (2013), 425 (2014),
   300 (2015)

Green, emerald, 9 inch, 1,000 (2006)

Marigold, 9 inch, variant, 245 (2016)

Marigold, 9 inch, blue irid., 350 (2011)

Olive green, 6 inch, 325 (2004)

Vaseline, 1,600 (2003), 5,000 (2004)

Bowls, 10-inch oval

Amethyst, 1,700 (2009)

Rosebowls

Amethyst, 5-inch diameter whimsey, 825 (2012)

Amethyst, 6-inch collar, sorta turns in,
   165 (2015)

Strawberry Wreath compotes have a short stem and can be found in a variety of edge shapes. In addition, some seem to be early pieces which did not have stippling in one of the leaves as shown in the vaseline example on the left. These are quite desirable--the one shown brought $2,100 in 1994. Occasionally these are found cupped up into a sherbert shape and these are also very desirable. On the right is an unusual square crimped example in marigold.
Compotes, blank leaf

Amethyst known

Green, tricorner, 1,450 (2012)

Marigold, 1,050 (1998), 2,000 (2008),
   775 (2016)

Olive green, sherbet shape, 825 (1992)

Olive green, punch bowl shape, 900 (2016)

Vaseline, 2,100 (1994), 2,400 (2011)
Compotes

Amethyst, 150 (2013), 400, 475 (both 2014),
   145, 200, 275 (all 2015), 135 (2016)

Amethyst, square, 650 (2007), 650 (2013)

Green, 210 (2010), 65 (2011),
   275 (2012), 155 (2014), 190 (2015),
   130, 175 (both 2016)

Lavender, 450 (2001), 400 (2004)

Marigold, 210, 400 (both 2013),
   175, 350 (both 2014), 110, 240 (both 2015),
   85, 160 (both 2016)

Marigold, crimped, 400 (2016)

Marigold, square crimped, 600 (2009),
   250, 2,000 (both 2016)

Vaseline, square, small base chip,
   marked Altamount NY, 2,100 (2007)

Updated 2/3/2017

At the left is an unusual Strawberry Wreath bowl that has been whimsied into a gravy boat shape. It's the only one known in vaseline and owned by Carl and Eunice Booker. Another is known in green.