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Table Sets - Part 3
TABLE SETS - Part 3
July 1914 Butler Bros. ad displaying many known Dugan patterns.
BEADED SHELL Sugar or Spooner?: This piece was used for a spooner when sold with the table set. When marketed with the creamer, as a breakfast set, it performed as an open sugar. This information is found by reading the small print in the Butler Bros. ad. With all sincerity, we believe that the sugar and spooner are one in the same, with the slightest of flare applied to one or the other when used in the four-piece table set.
A marigold and amethyst table set, marigold breakfast set, and marigold and amethyst berry set are to be found. Water sets are known in marigold, amethyst and cobalt blue, with a few lavender tumblers known. Mugs are available in these same colors, as well as white. A whimsey mug in white is known to exist.
Iridized examples of this Dugan pattern began circa 1910, and continued to appear in wholesale catalog ads through 1916.
The pattern as a whole, is rather elusive, with exception of the mugs, which do appear with some regularity.
HOBSTAR: This Imperial pattern is quite available in marigold, but purple table sets are another story! Much effort is required to attain those four pieces. True emerald sets become extremely rare.
WREATHED CHERRY: Marigold, amethyst, white and oxblood colors are available in the table sets. Some of the white sets are found with a fired-on red and gold decoration on cherries and leaves. Production extended from the Dugan years into the Diamond Glass Co. era. Wholesale catalogs carried the ads from 1911-1913. On rare occasion, such as the butter dish will display the Dugan D-in-a-diamond trademark
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