Big Basketweave, Dugan

The same mold was used to make both the Big Basketweave handled basket and the vases. The short vase in the right photo is probably much like it came out of the mold, then flared and a handle applied to make the basket, or swung into the taller vases. This same mold was used to make the base of the Persian Garden fruit bowls by simply ruffling the short vase.

Article on Big Basketweave Vases

Hartung Book One: Big Basketweave

Baskets, about 7 inches tall, handled

Lavender, rare

Marigold, 25 (2018), 10 (2019),
   40 (2021)

White reported in 2017

Note that some auctioneers list Beaded Baskets as these Big Basketweave baskets. So far as I know, Big Basketweave baskets do not appear in any color other than marigold (and the above mentioned white).

Vases, 9-12 inches

Blue, 60 (2017), 80 (2019), 55 (2021)

Blue, powder, 80, 95 (both 2016)

Celeste blue, 325 (2019), 235, 1,350 (both 2020), 295, 550 (both 2021)

Honey amber, 150 (2006)

Horehound, 300 (2009), 350 (2021)

Ice blue, 175, 300, 425 (all 2018), 375 (2020), 450, 425 (both 2021)

Lavender, 275 (2016), 150 (2017), 200, 475 (both 2021)

Lavender, smokey, 1,000 (2017)

Marigold, 15, 40 (both 2019), 25 (2020), 20 (2021)

Marigold, ruffled, 65 (2020)

Purple, 45, 80, 125, 160, 215 (all 2020),
   30, 75, 125, 190, 300, 400 (all 2021)

Purple, electric, 300, 550 (both 2015), 600 (2021)

Purple, exceptional, 1.050 (2020), 1,100 (2021)

Root Beer, 775 (2014)

Sapphire blue, 350 (2017), 290, 750 (both 2020), 375 (2021)

White, 25, 40, 80 (all 2019), 25, 30, 35 (all 2020), 15, 50 (both 2021)
Vases, unswung, or fruit bowl base, 4-5 inches tall

Blue, 180 (2014), 110, 120, 190 (all 2016), 90 (2020)

Ice blue, 1,050 (2014), rare

Lavender, 90 (2013), 80 (2016)

Marigold, 200, 250 (both 2017), 55 (2018), 45 (2021)

Purple, 200, 525 (both 2018), 25, 85, 225 (all 2020), 90 (2021)

White, 225 (2018), 60, 130 (both 2019), 100, 110, 200 (all 2021)

Updated 9/18/2021

The 11-inch vase at the left, listed as smokey lavender, sold at the 2017 Karen Engel auction for $1,000. Photo courtesy of Jim Wroda Auctions.