This is a Duncan Miller Sandwich Glass Green Deviled Egg Server. Pattern #41 Green, Scroll design, saw-toothed edge, 12 1/4". Duncan Miller Glass Company produced the Green line from 1924-1955 when the factory closed. This pattern was originally called Early American Lace but was later changed to Sandwich. Excellent condition No chips or cracks.
For your consideration is a Duncan & Miller Glass Co. covered candy box on the Canterbury blank, with Lotus Glass Company's Buttercup etching. Lotus Glass did not produce glass, but purchased glass blanks from other high-end glass companies of the period and placed their own etches and decorations on the blanks for resale. This etching was produced during the 1940's by Lotus. The candy box is 7.5 inches wide and 4 inches tall, with no chips, flakes, or other defects. The rims of the box and ... Click for details
Offered to you is a Duncan & Miller Glass Co. Canterbury blank covered candy box with the hard-to-find Passion Flower etching! This etch pattern produced in the 1940's, found mainly on service pieces, is very elusive today. The candy box measures 7.5 inches across and 4 inches high, and is in mint condition with absolutely no defects. Both the lid and the candy bottom are etched. Don't let this gorgeous candy box get away! ... Click for details
The Indian Tree etch was produced by Duncan Miller from 1938 to 1950. This is a very intricate and elegant pattern on Duncan's Canterbury blank that is sure to be a stunning piece in your Indian Tree or candy box collection. The set is 7.5 inches across and 4 inches high, and is in mint condition with no defects found.
If you are a collector of candy boxes or etched glass, please see the additional candy boxes we have... Click for details
These stunningly different candlesticks showcase the delicate Language Of Flowers etch by Duncan & Miller. The #30 double candlesticks are 5 3/4" in height, 7" at the widest points and feature a unique center orb.
Not only are these candlesticks in excellent condition, they would be beautiful placed on either side of the handled urn which is also currently listed. ... Click for details
Duncan & Miller Tear Drop 3.5" ice cream dish (sherbet). This pattern was produced starting in the 1930's and continuing until the demise of the company in 1955. Eight are available, all in excellent condition.
New Martinsville, Duncan Miller, or Viking?? These swan dishes confuse me as they are all so similar. This one has a beautiful amberina body with a crystal neck. Measures 5 1/4" tall and about 7" long. Perfect condition!
Company Maker: The Duncan and Miller Glass Company
Item: Hobnail Reamer
We are offering for sale a hard to find Depression Era Duncan and Miller Reamer in the blue opalescent color. This stunning piece is part of Duncan's Hobnail pattern. Thi... Click for details