|Bells and Beads, Dugan|
|This pattern, found only in six to seven-inch ruffled, tricorner and crimped bowls is sometimes referred to as Bellflower--perhaps a better name as the design has small bell-shaped flowers. Carl O. Burns, in his book on Dugan & Diamond, reports cards trays, compotes, and nappies as well as marigold and oxblood and a very rare green.
|This piece of Bells and Beads is white with an opalescent edge and is in the scarce tricorner crimped shape. It sold at auction in 2012 for $275. Photo courtesy of Mickey Reichel Auctions.|