The Blenko glass company of West Virginia was contracted by the Historic Williamsburg Foundation to produce barware and glassware for the foundation from the 1940s until 1967, when Royal Leerdam took over production. This pair is a very hard to find example of the tall, square decanters produced during the early period, Colonial Williamsburg numbers CW-13. These are blown glass. They're in excellent condition with the only sign of age being the age appropriate shelf wear to the bottom corners. The interior bottoms are a bit dusty but there is no sickness to the glass. The stoppers are also in excellent condition, and each one fits the decanter that matches it. If these were used, they bare no evidence of it. Each decanter stands 11 5/8" tall to the top of the stopper and 3 3/4" square. They're unmarked but well documented as Historic Williamsburg reproductions and illustrated in early Blenko catalogs.
The pair weigh 5 lbs before packing, and shipping will be via FedEx Ground/Home Delivery, insurance included.