Sunk Daisy, aka Amerika, Eda and Riihimaki
Sunk Daisy has an intaglio (cut into the surface) pattern of three daisies separated by hobstar and fan designs. The four feet are distinctive. Glen and Stephen Thistlewood, in their book, A Century of Carnival Glass, point out that the design originated with the Cambridge Glass Company in the U.S., but that Eda of Sweden and Riihimaki of Finland made, at various times, the iridized pieces found today.
Bowls

Blue, 5 1/4 inch, flared, 76 (2016))

Blue, 9 inch, rough feet, 65 (2000)

Lavender, 3 1/2-inch, straight sides, 225 (2017)

Marigold, 9 inch, rough feet, 105 (2000)

Marigold, 5 inch, 75, 105 (both 2000)

Marigold, 4 inch, 15 (2012), 90 (2014), 225 (2017)

Marigold, 3 inch, 135 (2006), 90 (2014), 50 (2020)

Purple, 8 inch, 175 (2009)

Purple, 5 inch, 150 (2009)

Purple, 3 inch, 90 (2020)

Teal (or green), 8 inch, foot chip, 375 (2001),
   20 (2017)

Teal (or green), 5 inch, 450 (2001)
Rosebowls

Amethyst, 5-inch, 200 (2017)

Blue, 5 inch, 40 (2002)

Blue, 3-3 1/2 inch, 225 (2002), 85 (2010), 90 (2020)

Lavender, 5 inch, 725 (2004), 500 (2020)

Marigold, 7 inch, 45 (2009)

Marigold, 3 inch, 350 (2002), 125 (2004),
   170 (2016)

Marigold, 3 3/4 inch, 325 (2004)

Pearl white, 5 inch, 250 (2020)

Pearlized, 6 inch, 225 (2005), 130 (2008)

Pearlized, light irid., 55 (2001)

Purple, 7 inch, 750 (2002), 150 (2013)

Purple, 5 inch, 150 (2014), 300 (2016), 90 (2020)

Shown here are the front, side and back of a chop plate in the Sunk Daisy pattern. I don't recall ever hearing of a chop plate in this pattern before. It measures 10 1/2 inches across. Many thanks to King Hoppel for the photos.

Updated 7/5/2021