- Pattern: Sandwich Clear (Discontinued)
- Made in USA by Duncan Miller
- Vintage: 1925 - 1955
- Details: This is a very nice "Nappy" Pressed Glass Divided Dish in the Early American Sandwich Clear glass pattern made by Duncan Miller, later called simply "Duncan Sandwich", and it is highly collectible. It is known as the best made and highest quality glass of all the brands that made Sandwich Pattern Glass. The pattern consists of lacy swirls of scrolls, it was a very popular pattern for Duncan & Miller until 1955 and they made an entire tableware set plus other add-on pieces. The "Sandwich" pattern was made by many different manufacturers, with variations in pattern for each maker. Some of the best known are: Duncan Miller, Anchor Hocking Glass Co., Indiana Glass Co., and Westmoreland Glass Co. If you're a collector, this will be a great piece to add to your collection. If you're just looking for a beautiful, old style, divided dish for your table, you'll be happy with this choice. Has many other uses like on a dressing table, by the front door for keys and change, in the bathroom, just anywhere you need to corral small items.
- Material: Pressed Glass
- Dimensions: 6 inches in Diameter (almost 7 inches including handle), and 1.5 inches Tall
- Condition: Vintage - Used. Excellent Condition, there are no scratches or chips, however, there is some discoloration and/or stain underneath the loop handle that we were not able to get out. Barely noticeable but we wanted you to be aware. PLEASE SEE PICTURES, the last picture is magnified to show the stain. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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"Nappy", when used in reference to antique glassware, means that it's a shallow open serving dish with no rim and a flat bottom. Typically it defines a small bowl, with or without one or two handles. The term is commonly used to identify small bowls when referring to Depression glass and antique china.