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Northwood / Dugan

 

 

 

 

  

 

Pearls & Scales, Circa 1905 - 1906 

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

Colors: White (clear), Emerald, 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), Emerald, Green, Blue, & Canary (Vaseline).  

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

Bowl:  Stemmed rose bowl with a round base.  Onion shaped bowl with 12 inward crimps on rim.  The round base is concave polished area on bottom and convex to stem on top.  Interior of bowl conical to stem.

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: 4.50 height by 3.50 wide on bowl 3.12 on base.  Bowl opening nominal 2.05.

Glass House: Northwood / Dugan

Region of Manufacture: USA, Indiana, PA.

Estimated Date of Manufacture:  1905 - 1906  

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