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Duncan Miller Tear Drop Relish Dish

Duncan Miller - Glassware

Established in 1894, the George A. Duncan and Sons Company was located in Washington, Pennsylvania. Duncan and Miller Glass got its name in 1900 when John E. Miller became a partner with John E. Duncan, son of George. I currently have pieces in Canterbury and Teardrop.


Canterbury #115

The Cantebury pattern #115 was produced by Duncan Miller from 1939 to 1955. It is heavy glass and was made in a variety of colors. Some pieces were overlayed with either gold or silver.

Duncan Miller Canterbury #115 3-Part Relish Dish

Caribbean

Duncan Miller Caribbean has rings of wavy glass.

Anchor Hocking Miscellaneous Glassware Bowl

First Love

Duncan Miller First Love is a floral etch that was done a several different glass forms. It was produced from 1935 to 1955.

Duncan Miller First Love 4-Part Relish Dish

Tear Drop

This Duncan Miller Tear Drop pattern came in crystal (clear glass) and has a distinct pattern of tiny glass balls.

Duncan Miller Tear Drop Relish Dish

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