Beaded Shell - Dugan
A pattern that dates from before the carnival glass era. A large shell design repeats around each piece and there is even a shell pattern on the feet of pieces other than the tumblers and the mugs.

The water sets, table sets and berry sets are made in marigold and purple. Tumblers are also found in blue and lavender and mugs in blue and white.

Mosser is reproducing the pattern in amethyst and green water sets and butter dishes.

The Beaded Shell mugs are the most frequently seen shape in this pattern. White is a particularly desirable color.

At the left is a complete table set. The spooner and creamer is the typical way the shell design is applied to most pieces; with the shell pointing up; except for the covers of the butter dish and sugar bowl which have the shell pointing down.