Duncan Glass Teardrop Espresso Cups Circa: 1938 - 50s

Robert A. May designed the Teardrop pattern for Duncan Glass Company beginning 1936. It is the successor pattern to Duncan's Old Hobnail. It was produced until the end of the company in the mid-fifties. The line is complete as there is a specialty dish for most any food item. The appearance is very modern.

These cups stand but 2 5/8 inches. The bottom of the bowl is the hobnail beading which catches light and gives sparkle. But the most eye catching pieces of this pattern are the pieces that have the teardrop handles in a vertical position such as these. Here the look is quality and depth.

I have three available. The price is for each. These will add a lot to your Teardrop collection. They are truly "cool". If you do not drink espresso; these are perfect for the sip of "bouillon" coarse at the start of luncheon.

The condition is excellent with no cracks, chips or the like and clear glass.

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Item ID: OT-1479

$5 USD ea.

Quantity available: 3
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