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    Posted 5 years ago

    BeesTreasu…
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    The pattern on this pitcher intrigues me because it is so busy and detailed. I would love to know more about the pattern and also the age and maker if anybody could help. I do not know anything about it except that I recently inherited from my aunt. I can't seem to find any similar patterns online.

    I am not a glass expert, but it feels like lead crystal. It it 24cm high, diameter is 12cm at the base and 10cm at the rim. Near the base there is one air bubble.

    Also, I am from Australia, so it may be from a local manufacturer.

    Thanks.

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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 5 years ago
      Bees,
      Not lead crystal, but good quality glass. This is George Duncan's Sons & Company's No. 30 pattern, more commonly referred to as "Scalloped Six Point" by collectors. Awful name, really, because it does not describe the pattern at all. Nevertheless, that's what people call it. The pattern was introduced in the late 1890s and was made in literally well over 150 forms.

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