Bullseye and Loop, Millersburg
Year(s) of Production: 1909-1911
Pattern Description: Pattern of 12 vertical rows of 4 loops with alternate loops having a hob (bullseye). The design almost totally disappears when the vase is swung.
Similar Patterns: Fenton Bullseye and Beads, Dugan Pulled Loop
The Bullseye and Loop pattern was made by Millersburg and only found in vases. The collar base measures 3 5/8″ and the heights range from the squatty (7″ and under) at about 5 1/2″ up to 13″ tall. The shorter vases are easier to see the actual pattern, since swinging distorts the loops and the hobs. The twelve rows of loops end in a scallop on the top edge.
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