CIRCA 1830'S GLASS DECANTER WITH CLEAR BASE

$95.00 SOLD
Originally $135.00

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Item Code: 246-73

This teardrop shaped glass artifact is a vintage and pleasing, blown glass wine or spirit decanter from the early part of the nineteenth century. Piece measures 9¼" high and has a 4" wide clear base. Decanter sports a 1 7/8" diameter x 1/8" thick pour flange but is missing its glass stopper. The delicate specimen, blown with thin, smooth glass, exhibits two applied, sculptured glass re-enforcing collars or rings at the upper neck. Glass body is free of any cracks, chips, repairs and scratches. Two or three small air bubbles are visible on the body. No marker stamps or proofs. Decanter has a polished out pontil, as do most of the quality decanters. A fine glass decanter from the 1830s era.

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