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Northwood, Dugan Pink Slag Glass, EAPG Inverted Fan & Feather, Punch Bowl Cup~~~

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For sale is a piece of Victorian glass made by The Dugan Glass Company of Indiana, PA. The item is a punch bowl cup and it is done in the ever popular pink slag glass. The cup measures 2 5/16" tall and is approximately 3 1/2" in diameter from the rim of the cup to the outer edge of the handle. The actual diameter of the cup is 2 3/4" wide.

The cup has a beautiful pastel pink with translucent white slag glass coloring. It sits on 4 molded round ball feet that raise the cup up on triangular supports. They are attached to the body with ribbed legs coming down from a Fleur de Lis. This early American pressed glass (EAPG) pattern screams Victorian all the way as it displays an embossed inverted fan decoration between each foot on the exterior portion of the cup. The pink accents on this lovely piece are more concentrated on the rim and top portion of the molded fan and feather decoration. When held to the light is displays a very beautiful rosy pink coloring that graduates to a creamy off white.

This cup is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks or dings. The piece is unsigned as is the case with these pieces. This is a documented pattern with The Dugan Glass Company and this pattern has never been reproduced. This pattern was first introduced by the National Glass Company in which The Northwood Glass Company became part of. It later became the Dugan Glass Company in 1904. In the Dugan line it was known as no. 607. This piece was made very early, circa 1899-1904.


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