Wishbone and Spades, Dugan   Updated 1/12/2014

A striking pattern with flowers between the wishbones and central stippled petals. Two molds were used to make the limited number of shapes; chop plates, small plates (no 9 inch plates), large and small bowls (or sauces) and the occasional tricorner bowl (shown at right) or banana bowl. Purple chop plates are high on the list of many collectors, but purple small plates are a close second.
Chop plates, about 11 inches

Marigold, 1,600 (1999)

Peach opal, 1,800 (1999), 675 (2006)

Purple, 1,000 (2011), 675, 950, 1,900 (all 2012),
   900, 1,400, 1,500 (all 2013)

Purple, blue irid., electric, 1,725 (2009),
   2,100 (2010)

Purple, exceptional, 6,000 (2002)

Small plates, 6-7 inches

Peach opal, 275 (2009), 110 (2010), 210 (2013)

Peach opal, souvenir lettering, 135 (2009)

Purple, 95, 125, 160, 175, 200, 275, 375 (all 2012),
   110, 160, 185, 325, 425 (all 2013)

Sauces, 5-6 inches, ruffled

Peach opal, 20 (2009 & 2010), 20, 25, 45 (both 2012)

Purple, 95 (2011), 50, 65, 185 (all 2012), 40 (2013)

Purple, elect, 155 (2008)

Berry sets

Peach opal, 6 pieces, 312 (eBay 2006)

Purple, 7 pieces, 700 (1998)

Purple, 5 pieces, 575 (2013)

Bowls, 9-10 inches, ice cream shape

Peach opal, 110 (2003), 210 (2008),
   45 (2010)

Purple, 275 (2001), 250, 350 (both 2006)

Bowls, 9-10 inches, ruffled

Peach opal, 100-200

Purple, 130, 375 (both 2010), 950 (2011),
   105, 140, 1,200 (all 2013)

Bowls, tricorner or banana bowl shape

Peach opal, 125 (2008), 250 (2012),
   140 (2013)

Purple, 250 (2008)