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    Dugan Glass Co.

Pompeian Line

Pompeian, Circa 1904

Note: This rose bowl's is the successor of the National Glass Company's Oriental Line from 1901.  The same plant again was sold to the Dugan Glass Co. at the end of 1903 or beginning of 1904.

Colors of base glass included: Wine or reddish brownish "Ruby" glass.

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Colors:  Base glass is a wine or  reddish brownish "Ruby" glass.  The rose bowls are normally found with clear or frit.     

Glass Type:  Transparent glass same mold used as on National Oriental rose bowls.

Bowl:  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. 

Decoration:  Frit glass application and usually 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:  1904

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