A COPY OF THE OLD DUGAN PATTERN IN A MUG
This Handled Mug was made by Imperial for the American Carnival Glass Association Convention on July 4th, 1968 in Dayton, OH. This was one of the earliest club souvenirs made, in fact it was the 3rd one made for ACGA. As with all Carnival Glass Club Souvenirs, the runs were very limited. This item had approximately 300 pieces.
This one is a Sapphire Blue Glass. The pattern was specifically made for ACGA based on the older Dugan God & Home pattern. In some of the older books … it has maker unknown… however, the pattern has EWR (E. Ward Russell responsible for the club that morphed into ACGA) and LK (Lucile Kennedy…Lucile (1921 – 2011) worked at Imperial for some forty years as a typist, office manager, sales manager, Special Markets Director and Assistant to the President). Because of the initials in the pattern we are certain it was made by Imperial for ACGA. It is has info and ACGA Logo on the base.
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4 1/4 inches high.
3 1/4 inch wide top.
2 1/2 inch base.