BLOWN 3 MOLD DECANTER CIRCA 1820-35

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Item Code: 14-1591

Colorless lead glass decanter blown in three-part mold (McKearin GI-27); bulbous body with flange lip; molded pattern consists of a wide band of vertical ribs with two horizontal rings above and three below.  Pontil mark present. Stopper has vertical ribs. Stands approx. 11” tall with stopper in place. Diameter of base is 3 7/8”. Very nice condition, no visible cracks or chips.

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