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Dugan is the manufacturer of this simple but lovely pattern. It is Cosmos Variant and features a single blossom surrounded by leaves in the center. It is a carnival glass in the color of marigold. The iridescence is striking. The bowl measure 9 1/4" in diameter and has a ruffled edge, standing 2 1/2" high. There are no chips or cracks. It is common with all carnival glass to find air bubbles and straw marks. These happens in manufacturing and they are not considered flaws.
A beautiful flowers pattern carnival glass bowll made by the Dugan Art Glass Company, USA, circa 1920. In late 1907, Fenton introduced "Iridescent" glass. This glass, now known as "Carnival" glass is hand made and is highly collectible today. Condition - good, but there is a smal nic on one of the raised edges, no scratches or surface wear. 9 inches (22cm) diameter.
Beautiful, Dugan Glass - "Holly and Berries" Carnival Glass dish, made around 1909. Condition: very good considering age. Bowl has a few small surface scratches to the underneath. please see photos. Dimensions: 8" across x 3.25" tall.
Here we have, a very nice, Dugan, Maple Leaf, creamer, in black amethyst base glass. Deep purple, with a nice iridescence. Lots of gold, purple, and silver iridescence around the body of the piece. Very good condition! I did find a chip on one of the teeth on the bottom edge, which is shown in the last two photos. Not noticeable, but is there. No other defects, other than the factory straw marks, and such. It measures 4 3/4" high at the handle, 5 1/2" wide from spout to handle, and has a 3 1/4" base. Nice
Dugan Fishscale and Beads 7" marigold carnival glass plate. This is a sawtooth edge carnival glass plate with the fishscale pattern on the front and beads as a back pattern. This vintage Dugan carnival glass piece is in very good condition with no post production damage and very minimal standard ero manufacturing flaws. Shipping includes postage, careful packaging to preserve the Dugan carnival glsas plate and delivery confirmation. Combined shipping for shipping expense savings is available as is safely
This is a splendid little carnival glass bonbon dish / bowl made by Dugan Glass Co., circa 1910. This great antiQue carnival pattern is called `Question mark`. It is a gorgeous marigold color glass with lots of fiery shimmer! A charming squared shape with a ruffled rim, two clear glass handles and a clear footed stem base - It measures approximately 4 inches tall x 6 1/2 inches across including handles. This versatile Dugan piece is in Good condition with No chips or cracks. Only some Very, very light age
:: GL435 - Dugan Leaf Rays marigold carnival glass handled nappy Product 9 of 21 in category GL435 - Dugan Leaf Rays marigold carnival glass handled nappy Some light patches in the interior finish, as well as some as-made pock marks in the front rim. Otherwise, quite nice. Measures 4 7/8 inches in diameter, and 2 inches high. Additional images below. Dugan Glass Company
This is a vintage carnival glass ruffled bowl. It is made by Dugan and is the daisy dear pattern in the marigold color. It has four flowers with leaves around the exterior. Measures 7.5" in diameter x 1.5" deep. Great condition with no chips or cracks. Please don't hesitate to ask questions.thanks for looking.
The Dugan Glass works carried various names through its history because of business affiliates. Indiana Glass Co 1892-1899; National Glass Co 1900-1903; Dugan Glass Co 1904-1909 and Diamond Glass Co 1910-1931 when it closed because of a fire. This well known pattern "Coin Spot" was made by the Dugan Company and was continued by Diamond Glass. Only a goblet and this compote was made in various colors. This colorful footed compote measures 6 1/2" across and 4 3/8" in height. The gently scalloped bowl is peach
This is another favorite of ours. It was made by the , which operated only between under that name. The company was run by Thomas and Alfred Dugan, and their plant was in Indiana. Later, after the Dugans left, it became the Diamond Company. This pattern however does date back to that earlier period when some truly beautiful glass was produced by Dugan Glass in that Indiana facility. The pattern is named , and our research tells us that this pattern is "scarce in any color". This bowl is in a most elegant
This pattern features a horizontal lattice band around the top and a pressed daisy design around the paneled outside. The marigold color is darker at the rim and shades lighter at the bottom banded base. Dimensions: Tumbler measures 4 1/4" high Marks/Dates: c. early 1900's. Condition: No chips, cracks or other damage. Vintage glass may show characteristics of age, including allowable base wear, bubbles, pattern irregularities, straw marks (inclusions/cooling marks) or mold marks. If you have any
Carnival Glass Pitcher Dugan Floral Grape Marigold Dugan Floral and Grape Marigold Carnival Glass Pitcher Dugan Floral Grape Marigold Carnival Glass Pitcher This beautiful pitcher is the Floral and Grape pattern made by Dugan Glass in 1910 and 1911. The design features bunches of grapes with detailed leaves, stems and curling vines along with small flowers in golden marigold carnival glass with touches of purple iridescence . Standing 9.25” tall, this jug has a ruffled rim and a clear applied handle. As is
This is a lovely vintage piece of carnival glass made by the Dugan Company. The pattern, Holly and Berry, is sometimes known as Holly. This pattern was produced by Dugan on handled bowls or nappies and ruffled bowls. This 8" amethyst carnival glass bowl has a gorgeous blue green iridescence. It is in very good condition free of nips and chips. Shipping includes postage, packaging and shipping insurance. We do ship internationally, please contact us for international shipping rates. #568www .glassgirl .me
Here we have, a very nice, Dugan, marigold, carnival glass nut bowl, in their Apple Blossom pattern. It is in great condition, with no cracks, or repairs, but has one chipped tooth on the edge. Noticed it while cleaning! It measures 2 1/2" high, 5 1/2" wide, and has a 3" base, and a saw tooth edge. Iridized on the interior! Lots of gold and pink hues showing on the interior pattern. Very nice piece to add to a collection!
Carnival glass tumbler - beautiful Dugan lattice and daisy pattern. Rare.
Dugan/Diamond glass 8" Marigold Carnival round ruffled edge glass bowl with the Cherries design both inside and outside. This bowl was produced by the Dugan Glass company in 1910 and then again when Dugan became the Diamond Glass company in 1917 thru 1923 according to the Dugan & Diamond Carnival Glass guide by Carl O. Burns. This bowl measures 8" around and stands 4 " tall on three feet that are of clear glass. There are no chips, cracks or repairs. Inside the bottom of the bowl are mold marks that look
This is an old bowl, but it's in excellent condition! It measures about 7" wide and 3 1/4" high. The interior has the raised Four Flower pattern, and the exterior is a sort of crackle pattern called Soda Gold. Made by the Dugan Glass Co sometimes in the 1910s-1920s.UPDATE: I did find kind of a long scratch on the inside when looking at it under better light. I've included a photo to show it.
Antique Dugan Glass Co. Carnival Powder Jar - Pattern Name Vintage or Vintage Grape. This is an exquisite powder jar in outstanding condition and I don't say that lightly. This jar differs from other versions from other companies called Vintage or Northwood Grape and Cable. There is no cable. There are vines and beads. And, this Dugan jar has three leaves on the lid compared to the Fenton lid which has four leaves. CONDITION: There are no chips, nicks, cracks, repairs, stains, or scratches. Someone took
The Dugan Glass Company began its history as the Indiana Glass Company in 1892. In 1896 Harry Northwood accompanied Samuel Dugan and took over the company, which then changed the name to Northwood. From 1900 to 1903 the company was known as the National Glass Company under the direction of Harry Bastow and Thomas Dugan (Samuel's son). Finally in 1904 until 1909, it was called the Dugan Glass Company. In 1913 until closing in 1931 the company was known as the Diamond Glass Company. Quite a story for this
An antique Dugan "thin rib" marigold carnival glass vase. It is in very good condition with no chips or cracks. Some old soiling to bottom interior, which should come clean with a good soaking in the right solvent. Please review the images. It measures 9" tall x 3" diameter at the base.
Dugan / Diamond Glass Question Marks Amethyst Carnival Glass Compote. Plain exterior with Question Marks interior. The Question Marks pattern was produced for just a decade, roughly 1910 to 1920. Dugan Glass was formed in 1904 and produced a number of beautiful patterns including many using old Northwood molds. In 1913, the Dugan brothers left the company and the plant became Diamond Glass Company. This Dugan Diamond Question Marks compote is in excellent condition with clean edges and intense, deep color.
A beautiful piece of Marigold color carnival glass produced by Dugan Glass company in the Leaf Rays pattern in 1912. This Nappy is 6 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. It is in the smooth edge, spade shape as listed on page 100 of the Dugan & Diamond Carnival Glass Guide by Carl O. Burns. A great addition to you collection. It displays beautifully. As with all items in our shop, it to any address in the USA!
This is just 7 1/4" across, sits 1 1/2" tall. This was a popular pattern, made by Dugan Carnival in 1910. It is done in Peach Opalescent, with the inside pattern Smooth Rays, in bright marigold color, with irridescent flashes of red, purples and green. This is considered a Whimsey (a small item made at the end of the day. The edge is a pie crust ripple, while the back side shows the white opalescent, (milky white overglaze) with the pattern "Single Flower Framed". This is a stippled design of a five petaled
Vintage collectible Marigold carnival glass mug with bands and grapes motif from the early 1900s still in mint condition. The mug is 3 1/4" across the rim and 3 1/4" tall. The mug may have been made by Dugan. The mug is in mint condition. Combined orders welcome to save on shipping! For shipping, insurance and delivery confirmation within the USA please add $10.00 to this item. For all International orders, please e-mail us for the expenses. Thanks again for shopping with Appletree Junction Antiques and a
This vintage carnival Dugan marigold ?Double Stem Rose? bowl has a ruffled edge and measures 8 ? inches across, and is 4 inches high. 1916-1926. Beautiful condition, the bowl has no chips or cracks. Would make a gorgeous centerpiece to hold your rose buds or just to look at.