This is an American art glass ewer decanter, or pitcher, with a slight spout, a clear glass handle, and a clear glass stopper. The date is circa 1940.
The glass is amberina, yellow or gold-amber at the bottom, melting into a cranberry red, then a darker red at the mouth.
The decanter is 11 1/8” high to the top of the stopper and 5” wide at the belly.
The belly is bulbous at the bottom. There is a long neck. The mouth is thick with a round rim.
The handle is clear glass and applied. The bottom of the handle, where it is fused to the belly, had some firing cracks that are part of the glass making process. The top of the handle has air bubbles. The stopper is round and paneled; the stopper may be hollow inside the top; there are a few air bubbles.
The pontil is small, round and polished smooth.
There are air bubbles. There are the firing cracks at the bottom of the handle that I already mentioned. The bottom of the stopper has not been polished smooth. There are no nicks or chips. The bottom shows wear from age.