Duncan & Miller Glass Company was founded in 1865, in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, by George Duncan, along with his two sons Harry and James and son-in-law Augustus Heisey. By 1890, they became part of a glass trust known as the United States Glass Company. Two years later in 1892, their factory was destroyed by fire and they left the trust. They were first known as the George A. Duncan and Sons Company and later became the Duncan & Miller Glass Company when designer John Miller became a partner in 1900. They produced pressed glass and novelty items in a wide range of patterns, some etched or engraved. Most pieces were blue, pink, chartreuse or blue opalescent.
The Duncan factory was closed in 1955 after they became part of the United States Glass Company.
Duncan & Miller Marks
Hand Made Duncan
Duncan & Miller Patterns, Designs
Language of Flowers
Swan – most famous pattern
Popular Duncan & Miller
Dishes – swan dish
Vases – polka dot vase
Duncan & Miller Value, Price Guide
Low $$ – Mid $,$$$