This is likely the Fenton reissue. Pretty in pink.
October 8, 2012 Posting
At the Elegant and Everyday Glass Forum online gallery I found my swan. It is identified as a piece of Diamond Glass-Ware. The description mentioned that Fenton later acquired the molds for the blank. I have posted a question as to how to distinguish the Diamond pieces from Fenton pieces. I’ll see if I receive any information.
I’d not even heard of Diamond Glass-Ware before so I turned to the Glass Lover’s Database for some information. This is what I found”
“Diamond Glass-Ware Company
Dugan-Diamond Glass Company. Dugan Glass begins its history as the Indiana Glass Company, operating from Indiana, Pennsylvania, from 1892 to 1896.
From 1900 to 1903 it was known as the National Glass Company, under the direction of Harry Bastow and Thomas E.A. Dugan.
From 1904 to 1909, it was called the Dugan Glass Company, creating the Diamond-D mark for some of its pressed ware, most notably, Carnival glass.
This is a pretty piece regardless of who has made it. Hope my mom likes it.