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Published Late Georgian Decanter With Taster Stopper c1835

Heading : A bludgeon decanter with taster stopper. This has been published
Date : c1835
Period :  William IV- Victoria
Origin : England
Colour : Clear
Stopper : Slice cut dram glass
Neck : Three applied neck rings
Body : Decagonal with vertical prism ( mitred) cuts
Pontil : "Fleche" , arrow shaped mitre cuts in radial pattern
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 24cm tall, 5cm bowl, 9cm foot
Condition : No chips or cracks, a little mossing ( opaque areas of fine scratches) on the base
Restoration : None
Weight : 702gms 

This very decanter was described by Andy McConnel and is shown on page 232 of "The Decanter Ancient to Modern".

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  • Product Code: 2019020417
  • Availability: Sold
  • £140.00

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