Formal, Dugan

Updated 3/29/2021

These 7-inch tall pieces are known in two top treatments; a jack-in-the-pulpit and a straight up shape with curved in top as shown here. The jack-in-the-pulpit shape is usually referred to as a vase, the straight up as a hatpin holder. An unusual version, though unlikely Dugan, has the same pattern but lacks the detail between the thumbprint panels. A ruffled example of that in aqua opal sold for $3,500 in 1999.

Hartung Book Four: Formal

Vases, JIP

Marigold, 250 (2011), 125 (2012),
   225, 375, 475 (all 2014), 425, 525 (both 2016),
   280, 350 (both 2019), 85, 300, 325 (all 2020),
   275 (2021)

Purple, 550 (2012), 365, 375, 725 (all 2014),
   300, 850 (both 2015), 1,075 (2017),
   400, 420, 475 (all 2019), 270, 600 (both 2020),
   150 (2021)

Hatpin holders

Marigold, 200 (2014), 400, 505 (both 2015),
   275, 350 (both 2016), 200, 285 (both 2018),
   225 (2019), 225, 325, 450, 475 (all 2020),
   250 (2021)

Purple, 400 (2010), 475 (2013),
   300, 425 (both 2014), 400, 600 (both 2015),
   425 (2016), 300 (2018), 350 (2019), 225 (2020),
   300, 425 (both 2021)