Although in production from 1908 to the 1970s, most of the production of this pattern was in the form of oval and round dishes of various sizes. The early production was in the standard shapes for a Davidson suite â€“ plates (oval and round, crimped and plain), dishes (oval and round, crimped and plain), comports, sugar, cream, low sugar, low cream, butter, celery etc. By the 1930s this range had shrunk to mainly oval and round dishes.
The only examples of the 269 suite I have on display are dishes â€“ the rest are in boxes in the garage and very difficult to get to. All of the dishes have 7 points on the prunt. These dishes range from 1920 to 1970 in date.
I think this a first for GMB â€“ never has a single feature of a glass design been under such scrutiny!