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This wonderful Peach Opal Beaded Panels Carnival Glass Compote was made by the Dugan, renamed Diamond Glass Company in the early 1900s. The Beaded Panels run up from the bottom of the bowl in rays that flare out to the opalescent ruffled edge. The beautiful iridescent peach opalescent color ranges from fiery in the center to soft and warm at the undulating ruffled rim. The stem is made up of four clear, curved beaded stems that are open in the center authenticating the age of this beautiful piece.
Dugan created this mold in the early 1900s, before the plant was renamed Diamond Glass Company in 1913. The Peach Opal color was made by Diamond in 1914 and 1915.
This delightfully old compote measures 5-inches tall and 6-1/2 inches in diameter at the ruffled rim. It stands on a 3-1/4 inch diameter foot.
There are numerous surface scratches and the carnival iridescent color is somewhat worn and a little faded. The peach color through the opalescence is still warm and striking. There is an old, worn 1/8-inch shallow edge chip on the underside of the foot. This does not show and does not impact stability. There is no other damage.
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Early 1900s Dugan/Diamond Peach Opalescent Beaded Panels Carnival Glass Compote
$38 USD SOLD
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