This unusual decanter appears to be made of milk glass and weighs over 2 pounds. On the front side there is a beautiful painting of a Chukar Partridge with A. Singer's signature. Arthur Singer was one of America's celebrated wild life artists. He was born in 1917 and died in 1990. From 1958 on, he concentrated on birds, and produced many books with his art work. His paintings were known world wide and still are used in many field guides today.
This painting appears to be a decal based on Singer's work rather than handpainted as it is composed of thousands of tiny dots rather than brush strokes. The bottom of the decanter is embossed (could not get it to show in the photos)Field Birds by A. Singer 1969. The decanter is in excellent condition and stands 11" tall. The width across the body is about 6.25". The stopper is composed of a fully intact cork with plastic washers. A neat piece for your retro bar or liquor collection.