Six Petals, Dugan

One would think that the Six Petals pattern would have been named for the wreath of leaves and blossoms around the bowl. But the name derives from the six-petalled design in the center. These bowls are found in tricorner shapes (above) and crimped and/or ruffled, 7 to 8 inches across.

Hartung Book One: Six Petals

Bowls, tricorner

Amethyst, black, 225 (2007), 120 (2012)

Peach opal, 15, 65 (both 2013), 10 (2014), 35 (2015)

Purple, 90 (2013), 55, 160, 375 (all 2014), 110, 130 (both 2015),
   45, 50, 85 (all 2016)

Bowls, ruffled and/or crimped

Amethyst, black, 80 (2005), 60 (2010)

Blue, 375 (2014)

Lavender, 95 (2001)

Marigold, 10 (2003), 25 (2006)

Peach opal, 10, 15, 25, 30 (all 2013), 15, 25 (both 2014),
   15, 20, 25, 30, 50 (all 2015)

Peach opal, 2 sides up, crimped, 65 (2005)

Purple, 110 (2013), 55, 95, 525 (all 2014),
   45, 50, 75, 85, 170 (all 2015), 10, 55, 75, 95, 100 (all 2016)

Purple, three-in-one edge, 135 (1998), 50 (2010)

White, 25, 45, 65, 85 (all 2012), 20, 30 (both 2013), 15 (2014),
   25, 30 (both 2015), 35 (2016)

Bowl, enameled decoration

Peach opal, 45 (2004)

Updated 4/12/2017