Yes, these are the same pattern, Cameo, made by Hocking Glass in the depression. Hocking must have had fun making Cameo because you can find a myriad of pieces, including two styles of creamers and sugars, two styles of cups, several stemmed pieces, multiple bowls, several tumblers, even multiple dinner plates!
Today that sort of multiplication is called line extension, a way to add new pieces and bring excitement to the market by offering something new. The new pieces were to stimulate sales. Maybe it worked. Hocking made Cameo for five years, from 1930 to 1934, compared to many patterns that lasted only a year or two.
I enjoy the cone shaped pieces – to me they say depression era like nothing else – but the round shape with the curlicue handles sure is attractive. It’s a toss up which I would have bought, probably I’d have wanted both!
Hocking used the pressed star bases on quite a few patterns, including Miss America and some Block Optic and Mayfair. It adds a little extra style to the glass.