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Louisa, Westmoreland

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A subtle pattern of flowers and leaves covers the exterior surfaces. Limited range of shapes include rosebowls (the most frequently seen item), nut bowls, bowls, and plates, the latter three all made from the same mold as the rosebowl. A similar pattern made by Jeannette in the 1950s is called Floragold and is found in pitchers and tumblers.

[column-third-1]Rosebowls
Amber, 80 (1996), 75 (2004), 40 (2005)
Amethyst/purple, 10, 15, 30 (2014), 15 (2015)
Aqua/teal, 25, 30, 45 (2015)
Green, 15, 35 (2014), 20 (2015)
Horehound, 95 (1995)
Lavender, 75 (2006), 5 (2013)
Lime green, 45 (2002), 20, 50 (2003)
Marigold on milk glass, first reported, 450 (1997)
Marigold, 60 (2003), 75 (2012)
Vaseline, 100 (1997)[/column-third-1]

[column-third-2]Bowls, footed
Marigold, 10 (1999)
Peach opal, 145 (2001), 40 (2005)
Purple, 10 (2013)
Teal, 7 (2012)

Plates, footed, about 9 inches
Amber, 45 (2006), 10, 25 (2011)
Amethyst, 150 (2002), 5 (2005), 20 (2008)
Marigold, 10 (2013)
Peach opal, 35 (2011)
Teal, 25 (1997)[/column-third-2]

[column-third-3]Nut bowls
Amber, 15 (2014)
Amethyst, 25 (1999), 40 (2004)
Green, 10 (2010)
Lime green, 28 (2002)
Marigold, 15 (2011)
Teal, 210 (1998)[/column-third-3]

These little sauces are distinctive for two reasons: They are oval and they have the pattern only on the interior. They're also very scarce.

Sauces, footed, small oval
Amethyst, 85 (2004), 15 (2010)
Marigold, 235 (2003), 5 (2009), 13 (2013)
Teal, 65 (1994), 105 (1998)

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