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Dugan Art Glass: Pompeian [1906]

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American Art Glass205 of 1316Dugan Art Glass: Pompeian, VenetianBournique Glass Company slag swung vase ca 1910
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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Years ago, began research on Dugan after I found it classified as "unknown Czech" in a Passau Museum catalog, and when I visited the museum it was still there. Even as I write this, there is one on sale as Loetz.
    I have decided to repost the information with this link to my research:
    An article, co-written with Nancy Krupp, was published by David Doty.
    Two points to be made: the founders, were cousins to the Wexford family; they consciously wanted to make "poor man's Tiffany," but their shapes were distinctly Czech.
    Missing from this post is the Pompeian Starburst, which I will cover in a subsequent post. All vases are from my personal collection.

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    1. truthordare truthordare, 4 years ago
      You should write an article for All About Glass with this topic. It's highly interesting, American, and probably a big surprise for many glass hounds.
    2. cameoboy cameoboy, 4 years ago
      How do I get in touch? Is that the West Virginia Museum publication??
    3. Wow22, 4 years ago
      These are great. An education for me! Thanks.
    4. truthordare truthordare, 4 years ago
      of course the West Virginia Museum of American Glass, sorry I did not see your question before, we don't get replies anymore by email.

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