Duncan's Canterbury is an elegant glass pattern in which the pieces, such as this chartreuse two-handled sandwich plate, are shaped like a rounded six-petaled flower. The ground and polished foot of this plate echoes the pattern's shape. There are two three-lobed closed glass handles on opposite sides of the plate.
The color, Chartreuse, is a unique shade of amber-green. This color in the Canterbury blank was made by Duncan and Miller between 1938 and 1955. Tiffin Glass continued to produce pieces in Chartreuse from Duncan molds after 1955 until they closed in 1980.
This Canterbury two handled serving tray measures 11-inches in diameter and 13-3/8 inches across the handles. There is no mark.
Other than light surface scratches consistent with normal use, there are no condition issues. This serving plate will make a lovely addition to your table.