|Border Plants - Dugan|
|Border Plants can be distinguished from a similar Dugan pattern, Flowers and Frames (see below), by the long stippled petal shapes, rather than flowers that radiate out from the center. Alternating flowers and plumes are positioned at the intersections of the stippled petals along the outer edge.
The handgrip plate is shown above left and a deeply ruffled bowl on the right, a rare shape in the pattern. Found only in peach opal and purple.
|Flowers and Frames - Dugan|
|The frames on this pattern loop around flowers that radiate out from the center. Known only in dome-footed bowls. Some bowls have been whimsied up enough to make a compote or vase. Most bowls are ruffled but some are tricornered. A similar pattern made by Dugan is Border Plants (see above).
Found in peach opal and purple. Marigold is rare in this pattern.