Posted 3 years ago
This vase came up for auction recently. It was listed as Loetz "style", and of course I knew it wasn't Loetz, but I loved it and figured that if I can get it for the opening bid great, if not... oh well. Later that day, I was surprised to find an email message informing me that I had won it. I had no idea who the maker was, but thought it looked like a nice piece of glass. It turns out it was made by Dugan (a maker I know nothing about) circa 1900's. It has a textured, silver and green crushed glass surface and stands 6 1/4 " h. Loumanal posted it's red counterpart some months back http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/128227-early-1900s-swirled-and-pinched-red-dugan I've seen different names for their vases such as "Venetian" and "Japanese", but have no idea what this one is. Any information you can provide would be appreciated. Thanks to Deb for help with the I.D.