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Northwood / Dugan

 

 

 

 

  

 

Beaded Drapes, Circa 1905 

Note: Previously attributed to Northwood by William Heacock, this pattern may have been made by Jefferson Glass Co., research is ongoing.

Colors: White (clear), Green, Blue, & Canary (Vaseline).  Variants have cranberry frit on edge of crimps.  Collection of:  The Antiquarian Collection

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Color of Bowl: White (clear), Green, Blue, & Canary (Vaseline)  

Glass Type: Transparent White (clear) Green, Blue & Canary (Vaseline) glass, Opalescent treatment on crimped rim area. 

Bowl:  Footed (Qty.4), Acorn shaped with 12 inward crimps on rim, flat to mild convex bottom with polished pontil area. Interior of bowl is mild convex.

Decoration:  None except for Opalescent treatment to crimp area. 

Variants:  will have a Cranberry Frit Glass treatment to the lip of the crimp area. 

Dimension: 3.75 height by 4.50 wide.  Bowl opening 2.5.

Glass House: Northwood / Dugan

Region of Manufacture: USA, Indiana, Pa.

Estimated Date of Manufacture:  1905  

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