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  Dugan Glass Co.

Japanese Line

Japanese Line, Circa 1906

Note: This rose bowl's followed the release of Dugan Glass Co. Pompeian Line from 1904. 

Colors of base glass included: Clear, Blue possible Green.

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The first Rose Bowl below is know by Collectors as Star Burst.  The name Starburst.  This name is accredited to Alfredo Villanueva-Collado.

The second rose bowl is a regular Japanese Line bowl not Star Burst

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Colors:  Base glass can be  Clear, Blue possible Green. The rose bowls are found with clear, white, blue, gold or silver frit.     

Glass Type:  Transparent glass.  Starburst uses a new hemispherical spot optic mold.     ]

Bowl:  Basic shape of the rose bowl is spherical with eight  inward pinched crimps, internal hemispherical spot 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. 

Decoration:  Frit glass application normally not found with a iridized finished.   

Dimension: 3.75 height by 4.25 wide.  Bowl opening 1.75.

Glass House: Dugan Glass Co.

Region of Manufacture: USA, Indiana, PA.

Estimated Date of Manufacture:  1906

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