Great Condition, This dish is ribbed and has an octagon shape. The slight iridescence is very lovely. This is in such great condition. It has no chips, cracks and have all the lustre as the day it was produced.
Carnival Glass, Grape Leaf Bowl
Vintage Scarce Pattern. 1910's This beautiful ruffled edge carnival glass bowl with the heavy grape pattern was made by the Dugan glass company. The base of the bowl indicates that its colour is amethyst. The iridescent sheen on the front of the bowl shows beautiful hints of purple, gold and blue. This particular bowl is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. There is a bit of wear in spots
Dugan Glass, Daisy Wreath Opalescent Bowl
DUGAN / DIAMOND 1904 - 1931 Lovely Peach Opalescent Carnival Glass Double-Crimped 7½" Bowl, in excellent undamaged antique condition. Thomas Dugan was Harry Northwood's cousin. The Dugan Glass Company was born when, in 1904, Dugan and his associates bought Harry Northwood's old Indiana, Pennsylvania plant, from which Northwood had moved in 1901. The company changed hands in 1913 to become the Diamond Glass Company and remained thus until the factory burned to the ground in 1931.