Wide Rib, Dugan
Year(s) of Production: 1909 -1931
Pattern Description: Eight ribbed vase with the ribs extending from the base to the top and ending in a round bulbous knob. The ribs may go straight up the side or may twist to either the left or the right.
This vase was produced for many years and is found quite easily – in fact, they were made even through the Diamond years (after Dugan's demise). The heights of Wide Rib range from 4″ -14″ with a larger base size of approximately 3 3/4″. The easiest way to identify this vase is the ribs go all the way top ending in a ball-shaped bulge. There are some versions of this vase that have a pinched in neck and the top of the vase is flared out. These are about 5″ tall and sometimes called Pinched Rib and currently found only in peach opalescent.
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