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Duncan and Miller Sanibel Topaz Opalescent 8 1/2 Inch 2 Compartment / Divided Relish

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COMPANY / MAKER: Duncan and Miller
PATTERN: Sanibel
ITEM: 8 1/2"- 2 Compartment Relish
COLOR: Yellow Opalescent
CIRCA: 1930s - Early 1940s
MEASUREMENT: 7 3/4" W x 8 3/4" L x 1 1/4" H

CONDITION: Our striking Deco shell shaped divided relish is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage. This color is beautiful. NOTE: These relish dishes come with and without the division. The topaz divided relish is harder to find than the open relish.

Duncan and Miller Sanibel Topaz Opalescent 8 1/2 Inch 2 Compartment / Divided Relish

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 Duncan and Miller Beautiful Sanibel 8 1/2" 2 Compartment Relish

Duncan and Miller Sanibel Relish

COMPANY / MAKER:  Duncan and Miller

PATTERN: Sanibel

ITEM: 8 1/2"- 2 Compartment Relish

COLOR: Yellow Opalescent

CIRCA:  1930s - Early 1940s

MEASUREMENT:  7 3/4" W x 8 3/4"  L x 1 1/4" H

CONDITION:  Our striking Deco shell shaped divided relish is in Undamaged Condition without chips, cracks, or mold damage.  This color is beautiful. NOTE: These relish dishes come with and without the division.  The topaz divided relish is harder to find than the open relish.


Sanibel #130- (1930s / Early 40s) (crystal, cape cod blue, blue opalescent, pink opalescent, yellow opalescent, some ruby, some crystal frosted, some emerald green) 

Sanibel is a striking pattern that was inspired by the numerous and beautiful seashells found on the tiny island of Sanibel.  Named for the island that provided Duncan with their inspiration, this striking pattern was designed to be used with other dinnerware patterns, or they could be displayed prominently throughout the home.  There are  numerous  of serving pieces which include a muffin tray, various sized serving bowls, sweetmeat, mint tray, nappies, relish trays, celery tray, a 14" Hors d' Oeuvre plate, a 13" sandwich plate, a salad plate, vases, floating gardens, a candy jar, and decanter.  Smoking items were also available in this pattern.  Pieces include a 5 1/2" covered cigarette jar, life preserver ash trays, and tropical fish ashtrays.  Most of the smoking items found today are used as containers or pin trays in the bedroom.  Ruby, Deep Emerald Green, and Crystal Frosted covered jars have been found in the Sanibel pattern.  Other pieces may also be made in these colors, but we are not aware of them. © Margaret and Kenn Whitmyer


US POSTAGE AND INSURANCE ON THIS PRETTY ITEM IS CALCULATED. PLEASE REFER TO THE SHIPPING TAB IN THE LISTING
Merchandise is guaranteed as stated in the description. All items are carefully examined before listing & again before they are packed. If any errors are made in the representation, a full refund will be issued upon return of the item.  Items must be returned via the same manner in which they were shipped. If you wish to ship in another manner, other than the one we have provided please get in contact with us.

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COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURE United States
COMPANY / MAKER Duncan and Miller
DISTRIBUTOR N/A
PATTERN / ITEM Sanibel 8 1/2 Inch 2 Compartment Relish
DECORATION/ HAND PAINTING N/A
CIRCA 1930s / Early 1940s

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