Duncan & Miller sandwich pattern mayonnaise bowl
The Duncan & Miller Company produced much of the fine hand-made Sandwich pattern glassware that is familiar to today's collectors. This popular pattern was produced from the 1920's until 1955 when Duncan & Miller Co closed. The concept for the Sandwich pattern came from the glassware produced near Sandwich, Massachusetts, between the 1820s and the 1880s. Basically these patterns involved a flower and scroll motif. The sandwich pattern was a long-running staple of Duncan & Miller and was made in a full table service plus fascinating incidental pieces such as baskets and epergnes. To identify Duncan's glass, look where the scrolls come together. If there is a horizontal diamond connecting the scrolls, it is Duncan's Sandwich pattern glass.
This dish is 4 3/4" wide, 3 1/8" tall with a short pedestal base 2 3/4" across. I can find no chips, scratches or cracks. There may be minor imperfections from production as seen in older glass. The glass is clear – perhaps as clear as the day it was made
This item is vintage, not new but in excellent condition. Please look closely at the photos I have provided and contact me with any questions.
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Item ID: AHOJ-14
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