An EAPG cake stand decorated with overlapping triangles making up a total of six teepees. This is affectionately known as Teepee or Wigwam. We see a deep scalloping at the upturned edge of the cake making an icing lip. The same overlapping pattern can be seen at the base of the stem.
George Duncan Sons glass company manufactured this in 1896. The cake plate measures 9 1/2 inches in diameter and it stands 5 inches tall.
We do not find any damage to this. It has a bit of age related wear and some inclusions from manufacturing. All in all, a very pretty example of early pressed glass.
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