Victorian - Dugan
Most Victorian bowls have a ruffled edge rather than being round as shown here on the left. What a pity as the elegant pattern of overlapping circles show so much better in this round example. This is a large pattern with most bowls measuring about 11 inches across. The exterior of these bowls is unpatterned and uniridized.

One of the unusual aspects of the Victorian pattern is that peach opal is much more rare than is purple. With most Dugan patterns, peach opal tends to be more common. The photo of this exceptionally nice peach opal ruffled bowl was sent in by George Webb.