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RUBY GLASS DECANTER WITH SIX WINE GLASSES

RUBY GLASS DECANTER WITH SIX WINE GLASSES

Decanter and glasses have a beautiful etching of grapes and leaves amid a scrollwork design. Decanter has glass stopper. Gold gilt accents the pieces, some of which has worn. No chips, just a few… (179-827). Learn More »

CIRCA 1850’S CASE GIN BOTTLE

CIRCA 1850’S CASE GIN BOTTLE

Olive green. 9” high x 3” widest point. Four sided with “I. A. I. NOLET / SCHIEDAM” in raised letters. Schiedam is a city in South Holland province in The Netherlands. It has been well known… (14-1919). Learn More »

CIRCA 1800 CASE GIN BOTTLE

CIRCA 1800 CASE GIN BOTTLE

Olive green. 9” high x 3” at widest point. 4 sided. Some staining and surface scratches. Nice clean applied lip.   [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (14-1922). Learn More »

GLASS GOBLET WITH GOLD ETCHING

GLASS GOBLET WITH GOLD ETCHING

Clear glass goblet has ten arched flutes. Above this is gold etching in a leaf design. Measures 6” tall by 3” at the base. Irregularities and bubbles are present due to the hand blown process. No… (998-1534). Learn More »

CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

CHAMPAGNE BOTTLE

Amber colored bottle is in very good condition with no cracks and just one chip at the inner lip. Bubbles and irregularities are present due to the hand-blown glass process, adding to the character of… (998-1324). Learn More »

COBALT BLUE GOBLET

COBALT BLUE GOBLET

The color is striking on this 19th century goblet. Measures 5 ¼’ tall x 3” in circumference at the base. Pontil mark is present. Bubbles and irregularities are present due to the hand-blown glass… (998-1339). Learn More »

FLINT GLASS DECANTER

FLINT GLASS DECANTER

This heavy flint glass bar decanter dates to the 1850’s from Ashburton, PA. Quart sized. Measures 10 ½” tall x 3 ¾” in diameter at the base. Excellent condition with no chips or cracks. No… (179-830). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. Measures 8.75” high & 4” wide. Front with a gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette, “Racine de Valeriane”. Retains its original tin lid, painted black with gold… (14-1878). Learn More »

$140.00
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1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. Measures 8.75” high & 4” wide. Front with a gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette, “Coquelicots”. Retains its original tin lid, painted black with gold stripes.… (14-1863). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

Clear glass with original red painted tin lid with black and gold stripes. Measures 8 ½” high. Inside mounted paper label reads, “BI.OXYDUM/MANGANICUM”.  Almost smooth re-fired pontil mark on… (14-1867). Learn More »

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

CIRCA 1830-60 APOTHECARY JAR

Clear glass with original red painted tin lid with black and gold stripes. Measures 8 ½” high. Inside mounted paper label reads, “PULVIS / CHLOR: POTASS:”.  Almost smooth re-fired pontil mark… (14-1868). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. 10” tall, 4” wide with a small 1.75” spout opening. Front with gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette – “Alcoolat Balsamique”. Retains its original tin lid painted… (14-1870). Learn More »

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

1830-60 AMBER APOTHECARY JAR

French. 10” tall & 4” wide, with a small 1.75” spout opening. Front with gray painted panel with name of drug in silhouette – “Terre Sommieres”. Retains its original tin lid painted… (14-1871). Learn More »

1720-60 BELGIAN ONION BOTTLE

1720-60 BELGIAN ONION BOTTLE

6” tall, 5 ½” in diameter at base. Light olive green, applied lip. Pontil mark on bottom. Scratches and staining.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS… (14-1974). Learn More »

1750-80 DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

1750-80 DUTCH MALLET BOTTLE

Olive green with tons of air bubbles. 8.25” tax, 4.5” dia. at base. Pontil scar on bottom. Lip with applied ring. VF condition.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (14-1967). Learn More »

1720-50 EARLY ENGLISH MALLET BOTTLE

1720-50 EARLY ENGLISH MALLET BOTTLE

Olive green, some mineral staining. 8” tall, 5.25” dia. at bottom. Ground & polished pontil. Applied lip. VF early example.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL… (14-1972). Learn More »

COLONIAL CASE GIN BOTTLE

COLONIAL CASE GIN BOTTLE

Olive green colored bottle with four rounded square sides tapering towards the base. Excellent condition with no cracks or chips. Bubbles in glass are present from the hand blowing process, adding to… (14-1903). Learn More »

1790-1850 ENGLISH WINE/PORT BOTTLE

1790-1850 ENGLISH WINE/PORT BOTTLE

Very clean example. Olive green. 12” tall, 3.4” dia. A few minor chips along mouth. Single applied ring just below mouth.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER… (14-1958). Learn More »

CIRCA 1770-1800 ENGLISH WINE/PORT BOTTLE

CIRCA 1770-1800 ENGLISH WINE/PORT BOTTLE

Olive green. 11” tall, 3 ½” dia. at bottom. Applied lip. Mineral staining inside.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH ALL OTHER ITEMS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEB SITE, MAY BE… (14-1960). Learn More »

$150.00
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1705-1740 ENGLISH ONION BOTTLE

1705-1740 ENGLISH ONION BOTTLE

Dark olive green. Ground and polished pontil. 6.5” tall x 6” dia. Crudely made jagged mouth. Some scratches. Very nice early bottle.  [ss] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (14-1964). Learn More »


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RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

This type of dagger was authorized by Adolf Hitler in May of 1938 to commemorate his visit to Rome. The dagger is a little over 15.50 inches long with a stylized eagle’s head pommel and a mother of pearl grip. The cross guard features a national… (1022-38). Learn More »

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