Jeweled Heart, Dugan
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1909
Pattern Description: Large heart shapes drawn with thick lines is the primary pattern on pitchers and tumblers (but is a secondary exterior pattern on several large and small bowls). A jewel hangs in the center of each heart.
Similar Patterns: Imperial Zippered Heart, Northwood Valentine
About Jeweled Heart
This pattern is known in water sets and portrays a jewel in the center of a large heart shape. Known is opalescent pieces in pre-carnival it was called Victor. The water set is only found in marigold. As a secondary pattern,
Jeweled Heart is also found as the back pattern on both large and small bowls with the following primary patterns: Cherries (collar base), Farmyard, Petal and Fan, Ski Star (beaded edge) and Smooth Rays.