||George Duncan and Sons
||N. Bredehoft, G. Fogg, and F. Maloney, Early Duncan Glassware pg. 102-6. Also, see Special Comments below.
||Roughly cylindrical shaker with four rows of large square blocks with deep, pressed cuts on all sides. Each row has 8 or 10 blocks.
||Flat top of blocks are ruby stained except those on the bottom row.
||Ruby stained; clear.
||2-1/4" tall; 1-3/4" wide
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||Same shaker as above shown in Lechner II, pg. 71-2, but named Block, Duncans. Duncan made several different versions of square block patterns. This is clearly shown in Bredehoft et al. It was mentioned by Heacock in Book 7: Ruby-Stained Glass From A to Z and he indicates manufacturing was continued by U.S. Glass after the merger with Duncan.