Base glass can be Clear, Rose, Blue, and Green. On non Carnival rose bowls
they are found with clear, gold or silver frit. Some examples are
found with light iridescent finish (a silver sheen). One example
know in milk glass with ruby frit.
rose bowls no frit is used and there are two finished colors of the
carnival; one, Marigold and the other Peach opalescent.
Glass Type: Transparent
glass same base mold used as on National Oriental / Venetian rose bowls.
Basic shape of the rose bowl is
spherical with eight inward pinched crimps,
internal vertical 20 bar or scallop optic. The rose bowl
also has a collar base (marie) flat
bottom to slight concave where pontil rod was attached. Bowl has a
slight convex interior, in the collar base area. Slight roll or
flair to lip of crimp area, heat (fire) smoothed.
Frit glass application normally not found with a iridized finished but
3.75” height by 4.25” wide.
Bowl opening 1.75”.
Dugan Glass Co.
USA, Indiana, PA.
Non Carnival 1905-1906, Carnival 1909
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