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Flowers and Frames, Dugan

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The frames on this pattern loop around the flowers that radiate out from the center. Known only in dome-footed bowls and bowls that have been whimsied up enough to make a compote or vase. Most bowls are ruffled but some are tri-cornered. A similar pattern made by Dugan is Border Plants that has the similar frames but with long petals instead. The deep bowl above right sold for $450 in 2000. Marigold is rare in this pattern.

[column-half-1]Bowls, ruffled, 8-9 inches
Peach opal, 45, 50, 75, 130 (2011), 30, 50, 55 (2012), 10, 35 (2013), 50 (2015)
Purple, 95, 135, 160, 180, 275, 350 (2014), 25, 75, 135, 250, 350, 375, 700 (2015)
Purple, low ruffled, 500 (2005)

Bowls, tri-cornered
Peach opal, 40, 85 (2010), 50 (2011), 85, 100 (2013), 45 (2014), 40, 45 (2015)
Purple, 325, 375 (2005), 400 (2011), 400, 475 (2013), 300, 400 (2014)[/column-half-1]

[column-half-2]Vase shape from bowl
Purple, 230 (1998)

Banana bowl shape, (2 sides up)
Purple, 110 (2013)[/column-half-2]

This peach opal ruffled bowl with painted flowers sold for $175 in 2012.
Photo courtesy of Jim Wroda Auctions.

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