Year(s) of Production: Unknown
Pattern Description: Small vase or hatpin holder slightly flared at top and bottom. Two horizontal rings with stalks of foliage and flowers.
A small delicate pattern identified by horizontal rings near the top and bottom with a stemmed vertical flower and long thin leaves going from the base to the rim. The vases range from 5″ – 5 1/2″. At first it was thought to be a Dugan pattern, but it has been found in old wholesale catalogs with other recognized Westmoreland patterns where it was offered as a hatpin holder. Marketing has always been creative, and giving suggestions for a usage other than the normal was good marketing.