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Single Flower Framed, Dugan

Manufacturer: Dugan
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About Dugan Single Flower Framed

This pattern is frequently confused with Dugan's Single Flower, but they are NOT the same pattern and are not variants of each other: they are distinctly different. Single Flower Framed has a rayed interior (sharp rays)[see sff-interior], a marie with a frame motif, and the exterior pattern with 3 sets of single five-petal flowers on straight stems with two buds and leaves set against stippled wavy fan-like frames.
The key factors are:
-Rayed interior
-Frame motif in the marie
-Straight stems on the flowers

The other pattern (Single Flower) has a plain interior, 3 open flowers in the marie and wavy stems on the flowers.
To quickly ID your Dugan back pattern, check this (see duganback).

This pattern is found in bowls that are Tri-cornered, 2 sides up, crimped and ruffled (usually measuring between 6 3/4″-7″. The plates (crimped edge) are usually handgrip (one side up) and measure around 7-7 1/2″.

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Single Flower Framed has sharp rays (NOT smooth rays). They do NOT go to the edge.

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

Here's the easy way to determine which Dugan pattern you have - look at the base!