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Daisy and Plume, Northwood, Dugan

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Daisy and Plume is found in two versions; the three footed as shown on the left, and the stemmed as shown on the right. The three-footed version may have a plain interior, a rayed interior, or a berry interior; the stemmed a plain or fern-type interior. The berry interior pieces are more desirable than the others. In addition, each version is cupped in to form a rosebowl or may be spread out to make what's called a candy dish in the three-footed version or a compote in the stemmed version. The stemmed version also has two variations; one with a plain top as shown in the amber example above or with a band as shown in the purple example.

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These two rosebowls, with the blackberry interior, sold at the 2003 International Carnival Glass Association auction. The ice blue example brought $800, the ice green $1,150. Photos courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

[column-half-1]Rosebowls, three footed, berry interior
Amber, 430 (eBay 2005)
Amethyst/purple, 50 (2008), 85 (2009), 155 (2010), 35, 40 (both 2012), 115 (2014)
Aqua, polished flake on foot, 1,100 (1997)
Aqua opal, 7,000 (2003), 9,000 (2005), 2,000 (2009)
Blue, 550 (2001), 375 (2013)
Blue, minor damage, 125 (2003), 165 (2005), 125 (2010), 120 (2014)
Green, 55 (2010), 35, 45 (both 2014)
Ice blue, 800 (2003), 600 (2005)
Ice green, 1,150 (2003), 1,200 (2006), 875 (2009), 450 (2011)
Lavender, 175 (1993)
Marigold, 23 (2011), 30, 35 (both 2012), 30 (2013)
White, 525 (2003), 400 (2006)

Rosebowls, three footed, plain or rayed interior
Amber, open bubble on foot, 325 (1998)
Amethyst/purple, 25 (2011), 100 (2012)
Blue, 135 (1999), 145 (2008)
Green, 30 (2012), 13 (2013), 35 (2014), 60 (2015)
Ice blue, 425 (2006), 275 (2009)
Ice green, epoxy on foot, 120 (2012)
Marigold, 45 (2011), 25, 30 (both 2012), 10 (2013)
White, large foot chip, 65 (2002)[/column-half-1]

[column-half-2]Rosebowl, stemmed, no band
Amber, 200 (1996), 115 (1997)
Amethyst/purple, 25 (2008), 40 (2009)
Green, 20, 40 (both 2012)
Marigold, 10-55

Rosebowl, stemmed, banded
Amethyst/purple, 30 (2000)
Marigold, 20-30

Compote (stemmed)
Amethyst/purple, fern interior, 35 (2012)
Amethyst/purple, plain interior, 40 (2009), 15, 20 (both 2010)
Green, fern interior, 35 (2012), 125 (2014)
Green, plain interior, 18 (2012)
Ice blue, fern interior, 1,250 (2012)
Marigold, fern interior, 25 (2012)
Marigold, plain interior, 15 (2013)[/column-half-2]

Candy dishes or bowls
Amethyst/purple, berry interior, 300 (2008), 75, 110 (both 2014)
Amethyst/purple, plain int., 50 (2011)
Blue, 2-3 known, 1,100, 1,300 (both 2008)
Green, berry int., 30 (2011), 35. 50 (both 2013), 15 (2014)
Horehound, berry int., 240 (2009), 95 (2010)
Ice blue, plain/ray int., 135 (2010), 175 (2011)
Ice blue, berry int., 325 (2002), 325 (2006)
Ice green, berry int., damage, 325 (2002), 290 (2012)
Lime green, 400 (2008), 495 (2009)
Lime green, berry interior, 225 (2011)
Marigold, 25 (2014)
Marigold, berry int., 125 (2009), 135 (2010)

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On the left is one of five known Daisy and Plume footed rosebowls in aqua opal. It sold for $17,000 in 1997. On the right is one of the Dugan versions of this pattern. Peach opal examples will be Dugan.

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