French, early 20th century blown glass, double-necked gemel cruet bottle. Formed as a pair of ovoid bottles first blown separately, and then flattened and fused together, with the two necks prized apart and bent to point into opposite directions. The glass takes on a slightly lopsided and irregular, yet graceful form. Rough seams along the necks, formed when the two bottles were pulled apart, are visible. There is some visible residue, as shown. Condition is overall very good / excellent.
Size: Height is 9”.
Antique French Glass Cruet