Border Plants, Dugan   Updated 5/8/2014    Comments by Alan and Lorraine Pickup
A hard-to-find pattern, Border Plants can be distinguished from a similar Dugan pattern, Flowers and Frames, by the long petal shapes, rather than flowers, radiating out from the center. The handgrip plate above left sold for $550 in 1997, the deeply ruffled bowl on the right, a rare shape in the pattern, brought just $100 in 2002, probably because it had base damage.
Bowls, 8-9 inches, ruffled or three-in-one edge

Peach opal, 3/1, 80 (2006), 90 (2010), 70, 90 (both 2011), 30 (2013)

Peach opal, ruffled, 55 (2005), 150 (2011), 60 (2013), 40 (2014)

Purple, 3/1, 650, 700 (both 2003), 450 (2008), 1,650 (2011)

Purple, ruffled, 650 (2003), 300, 400 (both 2012)

Plates, crimped

Peach opal, 130 (2012)

Plates, handgrip

Peach opal, 135 (2008), 40 (2009), 40, 55 (both 2012), 30, 60, 65 (all 2013)

Purple, 1,200 (2001), 225 (2005), 750 (2009), 400 (2011)