Milk glass has been around for a long time. It was very popular at the end of the 19th century and experienced a huge revival in the late 1940s and 50s. Milk glass was produced by many glass companies including Fenton Glass, Westmoreland Glass, Jeanette Glass, Fostoria, Anchor Hocking, and many others. Offered as an inexpensive alternative to porcelain, the pretty white glass was popular with the middle and lower-middle class. Best values are for older, Victorian items.
Milk glass is popular today due to its affordability. It makes a pretty, inexpensive wedding decor, especially for flowers. The floral industry used a lot of Milk glass in the late 20th century. The FTD may mean that your bowl was made for the florist industry. (FTD standing for Florists" Transworld Delivery which has been around for over 100 years)
Most of the Milk glass you see today was produced in America from the mid 20th century. French Milk glass is usually more valuable than the American version.
Online prices vary widely. I've seen many examples of the oak leaf design on eBay, Etsy, and other sites. I also see tons of it at thrift shops, where thrifty brides shop for wedding vases. I don't expect your glass is worth much more than six dollars. But it sure is pretty. Milk glass creates quite an impact when the group together on a hutch or china closet.