A fine and unusual vase from the art glass lines produced by Dugan Glass of Pennsylvania in the first decade of the 20th century. The pieces were marketed under a number of different names, but the means of production was uniformly the same: hand-blown, mold-formed shapes rolled in frit and mica.
This example, from the "Japanese assortment" is in a Japanese double-gourd form. The base color of the glass is cobalt blue, and the frit is white and silver, applied in a starburst pattern.
The vase is 4.375" tall and 2" in diameter at the mouth.
Condition: there's a blank spot on the bottom in the frit (common due to the manufacturing process), but otherwise fine, no wear or damage.
Item ID: 3032
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