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This marvelous, antique Emerald Green glass, eapg tumbler was made by Dugan Glass Co, Circa 1907. This Outstanding, seldom-seen, Eapg pattern is called 'Quill', and features a Fine arched filigree pattern that is just gorgeous highlighted in gold! This antique tumbler measures 3 7/8 inches tall X 2 7/8 inches across the rim X 2 1/2 inches across the base. In Good condition, though not perfect - it does have a small, very smooth, nick on the inside of the top rim ( greatly magnified in the photo!) and
This offering is for a 3-3/4" Rambler Rose tumbler. Manufactured about 1914 by Dugan/Diamond Glass Co. The condition is this: There are no chips or bites. There is a little roughness on two of the flowers. I can see a tiny bit of ash in the glass when I use a loupe to check it out and I believe that has caused the roughness. There is some manufacturing over spray of metallic salts to produce the marigold iridescence. It has resulted in bubbles in the iridescence finish on the inside of the tumbler. See
This pair of Dugan Glass tumblers consists of the Maple Leaf and Stork in the Rushes with Lattice Band designs. The Stork tumbler has a couple of flakes on the very bottom of the tumbler, otherwise is in very good condition. The Maple Leaf tumbler is in very good condition with no chips, cracks or breaks. They measure 4 in. high by 3 in. diameter. CL
This is a hard to find set of tumblers produced by Dugan Glass in their Shell pattern, The pattern is more commonly referred to as the Beaded Shell pattern. It was produced by Dugan in 1905. It's hard to find a complete set of six tumblers like this! The mold and color is good, with nice fiery opalescence. The tumblers stand 3 3/4" tall. They are in good condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs.
6 piece Celeste Blue carnival glass lemonade set in the Adam's Rib pattern made by Dugan Diamond Glass Co. According to Carl O. Burns, in his 1999 book "Dugan & Diamond Carnival Glass", Adam's Rib was introduced in 1925, bridging the gap between Carnival and Stretch Glass. It was denoted as Pattern #900 and is considered a scarce to rare pattern and the Celeste Blue is probably the most desirable color. The photo lights I used tend to wash out some of the iridescence, so the set is more colorful under
I am pleased to offer this nice Carnival glass tumbler manufactured by the Dugan Glass Company around 1914. To tell the difference between the Dugan and the Northwood tumblers, count the beads at the top of the fount. Dugan has six and Northwood has eight. Four part mold. The base color of this tumbler is Amethyst and it is is fine shape. No chips, bites, stains, repairs, or cracks. Very clean pretty colors in the iridescence, pink, blue, gold, and turquoise. There are two tiny dimples in the top of the rim
Offering a beautiful Cobalt Blue Carnival Glass Tumbler in the Inverted Fan and Feather Pattern. This pattern in cobalt was listed in the book on Dugan Glass as being made circa 1969 for O. Joe Olsen and the Original Carnival Glass Society. It is unmarked. The tumbler measures 4" tall and 2 7/8" in diameter at the top and is in excellent condition. When held up in the light, the cobalt blue color is well pronounced.
Here we have, a nice, early, Dugan, tankard water or lemonade set. It consists of the large tankard pitcher and 4 tumblers. The floral decoration looks like a Magnolia flower, but I don't really know my flowers. Large blossom on the tankard, and the tumblers have a bud ready to bloom. There is a lavender band going around each piece with the floral decoration on top, and each tumbler has a gold ring at the top, and the pitcher has three bands of gold, one at the top, and one above and below the decoration.
Personalized Irish Coat of Arms Tumbler Glasses - Set of 4 Personalized Irish Coat of Arms Tumbler Glasses - Set of 4 Abbott Adair Adams Agnew Aherne Alexander Allen Ambrose Anderson Andrews Archer Armstrong Asche Atcheson Atkinson Aylward Bailey Baird Ball Ballantine Bannon Barr Barrett Barron Barry Barton Bates Beatty Begg Begley Behan Beirne Bell Bennett Bergin Bermingham Berry Best Bingham Black Blair Blake Boland Bolger Bourke Bowe Bowen Boyce Boyd
This pretty jar was made by the Dugan Glass Company in their Dahlia Pattern. The flower is so beautifully done! This does not have it's original lid. This would made a pretty little flower vase for your vanity. This jar is 3 inches tall and just a smidge past 2 1/2 inches wide at the top with a 2 3/4 inch base. There is a small sliver chip to a leaf and a tiny nip at the base by the foot.