Pearly Dots, Westmoreland   Updated 6/2/2014
There is considerable dispute over Fenton's Coin Dot pattern and Westmoreland's Pearly Dots. For many years collectors considered those items with plain dots to be this pattern--Pearly Dots, while those with stippled dots to be Fenton's Coin Dot. It now seems that Fenton also made some of it's Coin Dot pieces with plain dots. In any event, the origin of manufacture makes little difference in the value of the piece. The amethyst plate, above left, was photographed at a 2000 Heart of America Carnival Glass club display. The ruffled bowl in blue opal sold in 1993 for $145.
Plates, 9 inch

Amethyst, 70 (2006), 75 (2010), 25 (2013)

Marigold, 20 (2006), 55 (2007)
Bowls

Amber, 15 (2010)

Amethyst, 20-30

Aqua, 40 (2010)

Blue opal, 200 (2004), 55, 100 (both 2005)

Green, 3/1 edge, 25 (2010), 15 (2013)

Lavender, 4 (2012)

Lime green, 3/1 edge, 22 (2002), 35 (2013)

Marigold, 10-15

Peach opal, 95 (2004), 25 (2008), 15 (2014)
Compotes are usually taller and less flared than this great blue opal example (courtesy of Dick and Sherry Betker). They are also sometimes misidentified as Fenton's Inverted Coin Dot.

Compotes

Amber, 20 (2003)

Amethyst, 15 (2003), 18 (2008)

Amethyst opal, 300 (1993)

Blue opal, 110 (2003), 200 (2004),
   55 (2005), 160 (2013)

Marigold on milk glass, 23 (2009), 75 (2012)

Peach opal, 28 (2006), 40 (2008), 40 (2011)

This Pearly Dots rosebowl in aqua sold at a 1996 auction for $275. One listed as purple sold in 2013 for $45.