Grated Diamonds and Sunburst Sugar Bowl Antique EAPG Duncan Son's George and Company 1894
Antique EAPG Sugar Bowl. This antique clear glass sugar bowl was made in 1894 by Duncan's Sons,George and company. The pattern is NO. 20, aka Grated Diamonds and Sunburst. This sugar bowl is missing its lid. It is approx. 4 1/4" tall x 3 5/8" across the opening. It has wear, aging and water staining. There is some chipping to the bowl as well
** Specialty Glass Company made an almost identical line called Pennova in 1895. General consensus shows this as Duncan's, but it could very well be Specialty's.
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