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Beaded Shell, Dugan

Manufacturer: Dugan
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1910-1916
Pattern Description: Four large shells with beaded ribs around the body of each piece.
Similar Patterns: Dugan Petal and Fan
About Beaded Shell

Elaborately beaded scalloped sea-shell type forms are on a stippled (sandy looking) background. Some shapes are footed, and the feet are made up of the shell-type fans. This pattern was pre-carnival and originally was called New York. The water sets and butter dishes have been reproduced by Mosser (amethyst and green). The mugs were also reissued as club souvenirs for the ACGA (American Carnival Glass Association) and will have the inscription on them inside the shell.

The reported shapes include:


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

Beaded Shell Berry Set:
  • - Large and Sauce bowls
  • - Large scalloped beaded shells are on 4 sides, continuing to the feet. Stippling is between the shells.
  • - Footed - 4 shell shaped feet
  • - Plain interior
  • - Scalloped edge with the tops of the shells as part of the edge
  • - Sauce bowls measure about 2 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" across
  • - Berry set would consist of a large bowl and 6 sauces
  • Beaded Shell Table Set pieces are:
    Beaded Shell Pitchers, Water Sets, Tumblers: