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The Original York Antiques Show & Sale is an annual antiques and collectibles show held at the York Expo Center in York Pennsylvania. This antiques and collectibles show attracts about ninety six vendors and thousands of visitors from the Mid Atlantic region. The show features 18th and 19th Century antique furniture, fine antique jewelry, vintage pottery, china and porcelain.
York Expo Center
Duncan Miller has its beginnings in 1865. George Duncan started the company in Pittsburgh and was originally named Duncan and Sonís. Interestingly, Augustus H. Heisey of Heisey glass fame, was his son in law and was also a partner in the business. In 1874, they hired John Ernest Miller and the company later became known as Duncan Miller. Around 1877, George passed away and son James took over the business and moved it to Washington, Pennsylvania. In the mid 1950ís, the company closed its doors and most of their remaining molds were sold to the U.S. Glass company who later made Duncan-ware glass.