Leaf Rays - Dugan
Dugan made many of these little nappies as they are found quite frequently. It must have been a good seller as ads for the nappies appeared in Butler Brothers catalogs from 1912 to 1931. Shown to the right is an ad from 1915. Usually seen in the tricorner or spade shape but it can also be found in a ruffled version.

This nappy in blue, a scarce color for Dugan, sold at the 2012 Heart of America Carnival Glass auction. Photo courtesy of Seeck Auctions.

The nappies are about 6 1/2 inches long, 5 1/2 inches wide and only 2 inches tall. Colors found include amethyst, blue, lavender, lime, marigold, peach opal, pink and white.

The exterior is typically un-iridized as shown in this amethyst example to the left. Leaf Ray has a very small and hard to see exterior pattern called Daisy May. Daisy May is simple short leaves encircling the collar base.

There are also two variations of the Leaf Ray nappy. The photos below show the subtle difference. In the photo to the left, the stippled leaves touch most of the center petals. In the photo to the right, there is a smooth unstippled space that separates the leaves from the petals. Was there only one mold which was at some time modified or were there at least two molds used to make the Leaf Ray nappy. Given the quantity of these found today, it is probable that more than one mold was used to produce all of them.