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Early 19th Century Cobalt Decanter
Early 19th century deep cobalt decanter with pewter top and stopper, flattened sides, curled handle, pontil scar, 8 1/2" to top of stopper, 7 1/4" height without stopper, 2 3/4" base diameter, excelle...
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18th century decanter
An 18th century early, double post blown rectangular with slopping shoulders clear glass case decanter with wheel-cut designs on shoulders and a small, semi-ground pontil scar. Crude mouth and a not q...
$110.00 Decanters Noel Tomas View Details
Sandwich Type III-30 pattern clear decanter
A well patterned quart, clear Sandwich pontil scar decanter with fitted Type 6 stopper. The decanter is identified as Type III-30 with a Type 35 base and #5 bullseye patterns. It is 8 1/4" tall and a ...
$275.00 Decanters Noel Tomas View Details
Sandwich Type III-30 pattern clear decanter
A 2nd (like previous decanter) well patterned quart, clear Sandwich pontil scar decanter with fitted Type 6 stopper. The decanter is identified as Type III-30 with a Type 35 base and #5 bullseye patte...
$275.00 Decanters Noel Tomas View Details
Keene Pt Decanter
An excellent example of the Keene pint olive amber pattern molded decanter with pontil scar. McK GIII-16, this decanter stands 6 1/2" tall with a rayed base 2 7/8" in diameter and a sheared top. Just ...
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