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Glassware7422 of 9609CUT GLASS WINE DECANTER WITH 6 CUT GLASSES.....Etched Crystal Goblets and Dessert Bowls
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    Posted 8 years ago

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    I have a beautiful blue glass handled creamer and sugar bowl which I am trying to identify the age and maker. They are both in beautiful condition. The creamer measures about 4 1/2" from tip of spout to outside edge of the handle x 3 3/4" tall x 3" in diameter. The sugar bowl measures 5 1/2" from outside handle to outside handle x 3" high x 4" in diameter. The bottoms of this set is recessed slightly in the center with a ground base. As always, any help is greatly appreciated and highly welcomed. Thanks.

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    1. markallencincy, 8 years ago
      Canterbury pattern by Duncan Miller I believe
    2. Rogueroman Rogueroman, 8 years ago
      Thank you so much for your response. And indeed it is Duncan & Miller
    3. Rogueroman Rogueroman, 8 years ago
      How would I know if this is the older Duncan Miller version or the later Tiffin? Did they both do it in the light blue glass? Thanks
    4. markallencincy, 8 years ago
      I am not sure if you can tell the difference as US Glass/Tiffin got the original moulds

      from :

      All the work...came to an abrupt end on June 13, 1955. Machines and assembly lines for making glassware made the production of fine hand made glass uneconomical and decision was made to close the plant. The inventory was advertised for sale and people came hundreds of miles to buy the last pieces of Duncan-Miller hand made glass at greatly reduced prices.

      Most of the moulds, machinery and equipment were sold to the U.S. Glass Company to be used by their Duncan Division to make Duncan- ware.

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