Wreathed Cherry, Dugan
Dugan's Wreathed Cherry, sometimes called Cherry Wreath, is much like Millersburg's Hanging Cherries and similar to Dugan's own Cherries. In this case, however, the pattern gets it name from the cherries and wreath seen on the pitcher and tumbler and table set pieces. Not easy to find, the red decorated pieces, such as the tumbler on the right in white, are very attractive.

Hartung Book Three: Wreathed Cherry

Water sets, 7 pieces

Marigold, 250 (2008), 275, 425 (2010),
   80 (2011), 350 (2012), 90 (2016)

Marigold, 6 piece, 145 (2014)

Purple, 550 (2007), 250 (2009), 300 (2013),
   425, 700 (both 2014), 350 (2016)

White, gold trim, 400 (2014)

White, red cherries, 850 (2001)
Water pitchers

Marigold, 375 (2006), 270, 700 (both 2010),
   200, 300 (both 2013), 95, 110 (both 2014), 55 (2016)

Purple, 150 (2009), 150, 205 (both 2011), 115 (2014)

Purple, with one tumbler, 195 (2013)

White, 350 (1998), 185 (2011), 85 (2016)

White, gold leaves, 175 (2005)

White, gold trim, 275 (2009), 130 (2011), 400 (2014)

White, red cherries, 475, 850 (both 2001),
   400 (2014)

White, red cherries, 2 tumblers, 350 (2008)

Tumblers

Horehound, 25 (2014)

Marigold, 15-25

Marigold, pumpkin, 150 (2006), 185 (2016)

Purple, 15 (2010), 10, 50, 55 (all 2011), 30 (2012),
   25, 30, 35 (all 2015)

White, 45 (2015)

White, red cherries, 75 (2004), 100 (2011)

White, slight gold on cherries, 85 (2011)

With the berry bowls (sometimes called banana boats), the pattern is on both inside and outside. The bowls are always oval and slightly ruffled. Table sets have the usual four pieces. The base to the butter is deeper than most and has a many rayed star on the bottom. The other pieces do not have the rayed star. All pieces have a collar base.
Berry sets, 4-5 pieces (oval shapes)

Marigold, 124 (eBay 2005), 30 (2016)

Peach opal, 75 (2014)

Purple, 250 (2007), 60 (2012), 120 (2014)

White, 175 (2010)

White, gold decor, 165 (2007)

Berry sets, 6-7 pieces, oval shapes

Blue, 225 (1994)

Marigold, 60 (2007)

Marigold, 3 pieces, 50 (2011)

Peach opal, 5 pieces, 75 (2014)

Purple, 300 (2003), 190 (2011),
   205 (2012), 100 (2014), 95, 100 (both 2016)

White, 105 (2005), 110 (2014)

White, red cherries, 70 (2016)

White, red/gold paint, 950 (2013)

Bowl, large oval (about 12 1/2 inches long, some with decoration)

Blue, 375 (2000), 175 (2014),
   45, 85 (both 2016)

Marigold, 30 (2013), 25, 55 (both 2014)

Oxblood, 35 (2016)

Peach opal, 70 (2008), 45 (2012),
   35, 135 (both 2014), 35, 65 (both 2016)

Purple, 30, 65 (both 2013), 30, 50 (both 2014),
   45, 50 (both 2015), 20, 25, 35, 40 (all 2016)

White, 135 (2005), 45, 55, 185 (all 2007),
   75 (2013), 40 (2014)

White, red decor, 75, (2014)

White, gold decoration, 145 (2003), 30 (2010)

Bowl or sauce, small oval

Blue, 95 (2007), 55 (2014), 13 (2015),
   75 (2016)

Lavender, 70 (2013)

Marigold, 20 (2013), 10, 15 (both 2014)

Peach opal, 45 (2008), 25 (2012), 35 (2015)

Purple, 30 (2012), 10, 25 (both 2014), 15 (2016)

White, 20 (2013), 15, 20 (both 2014)

White, red cherries, 45 (1998), 45 (2009)

White, gold trim, 30 (2010), 80 (2013),
   10 (2015)

Table set, 4 pieces

Marigold, 175 (2011), 160 (2012), 160 (2014)

Purple, 675 (2012), 250 (2016)

White, 750 (2001), 950, 1,200 (both 2007)

White, red cherries, 650 (1997)

White, red cherries, 2 large chips in sugar,
   350 (2012)

Butter dish, covered

Marigold, 50, 75 (both 2010)

Purple, 325 (2004), 145 (2010), 170 (2014), 125 (2016)

Purple, signed Diamond D, 275 (2000)

White, painted decor, 175 (2016), 185 (2016)

Creamers

Marigold, 35 (1999), 35 (2016)

White, 50 (1996), 25, 30 (both 2016)

Spooners

Marigold, 20, 30 (2010), 30 (2014)

Purple, 45 (2005), 80 (2016)

White, 55 (2005), 30 (2011), 40 (2016)

Sugar, covered

Marigold, 60 (2003)

White, 85 (1996), 60 (2016)


You'll sometimes find Dugan's Wreathed Cherry with metal holders. The large white berry bowl with the attached metal handle sold for $200 in 1997; in 2004, a purple example sold for $200. The small berry in metal frame with spoon was apparently intended for sugar or other condiments. In marigold, it sold for $60 in 1995.

Updated 3/28/2017

This marigold spittoon whimsey, made from a sugar bowl base, sold for $3,100 in 2008. Some question the age. A similar spittoon, also in marigold and reportedly from a spooner, sold in 2012 for $525. Photo courtesy of Wroda Auctions.