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Enameled (Decorated) Bowls and Plates

In addition to water sets, the makers of Carnival Glass also decorated some of their existing patterns, including bowls and plates. Dugan seems to have made the majority of these pieces, although rare examples can be found in Northwood, Fenton, and Imperial. The Dugan Stippled Petals above has beautifully painted flowers while the Plain Dugan bowl on the right with crimped and ruffled edge has elaborate abstract flowers and leaves radiating out from the center. Courtesy of Tom and Sharon Mordini. Listed below are a few decorated bowls and plates that have sold in recent years.

Border Plants bowl
Peach opal, 150 (1999), 70 (2012)

Caroline bowl
Peach opal, 80 (2000), 70 (2010)

Cherries (Dugan) bowl
Peach opal, 60 (2009), 55 (2010), 50 (2011), 25, 65 (2014)

Paneled Cherries footed bowl
Peach opal, 50 (2011), 30 (2012)

Dragon and Lotus bowl
Blue, 250 (1995)

Single Flower bowls
Peach opal, 10, 25, 45, 75 (2013), 15, 20, 25, 30, 75 (2014), 55 (2015)

Ski Star, handgrip plate
Peach opal, 450 (1998)

Stippled Flower bowls
Peach opal, 40 (2012), 20, 35, 65 (2013), 40, 15 (2015)

Stippled Petals bowls
Peach opal, 30 (2013), 40 (2014), 45, 60 (2015)

Three Fruits bowl, PCE, Northwood
Amethyst, 180 (2013)

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Stippling/Stippled: An artistic effect on the mould that results in the blank space in the pattern appearing to have a rough, sandy appearance.

Pie Crust Edge/PCE: An edge reminiscent of the edge of a pie, with a one up, one down tight ruffle.