Middle Period of Blown & Cut Glass Decanter Circa 1860's,
Has "Triple Applied Rings" on the Neck, with Fluting around the Base, and Draped Panels cut around the shoulder.
Possible attributions made by "Bakewell Glass" of Pittsburgh,Pa. or "New England Glass" of Boston. Circa 1860's.
Undamaged Decanter with normal polished Pontil Scar on bottom, with nice frosty round Wear-pattern.
Has exactly what you would expect for Blown Glass, such as small trapped & stretched air bubbles, slight glass swirl, specks, and slight surface scratches around the central bulge. Has a perfect fitting "Mushroom" polished stopper. early Pressed Glass Stoppers has only 1 point flaked off.
Condition: Very Fine with No cracks or Repairs.
Measurements : Overall Stands 9 1/2 inches High from base to top of stopper, and 8 1/2 inches High without stopper. Base diameter is 4 1/4 inches.
Weight : Exactly 2.0 pounds.
Book Ref. ; "Cut & Engraved Glass 1771-1905"
Author ; Dorothy Daniel
Page : 124 & 344
Similar Example illustration : Plate 46 Lower page & Plate 145 consecutive.
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