Year(s) of Production: [infobar select=”DISTINCT yearofmanufacture” mfg=”Dugan” pattern=”Vintage”]
Pattern Description: [infobar select=”DISTINCT patterndescription” mfg=”Dugan” pattern=”Vintage”]
Similar Patterns: [infobar select=”DISTINCT similarpatterns” mfg=”Dugan” pattern=”Vintage” order=”shape”]
Dugan glass production spanned the years from 1904-1914 when they became Diamond Glass. This pattern appears to have been used early in the carnival period in some shapes, and then later in their Diamond years in other shapes. Dugan and Diamond Vintage has grape bunches and leaves hanging on vines – there is NO CABLE. If it has a cable, it is probably Northwood or Fenton’s versions of the popular grape pattern.
The reported shapes include: