This phenomenal and quite rare Early American Pattern Glass was made by Challinor & Taylor of Tarentum, Pennsylvania in the late 1800's - early 1900's. This charming decanter was designed to look like an ear of freshly shucked corn! The bright gold kernels absolutely jump out from the brilliant emerald green background. Even the silk is represented in this gorgeous piece. There is a place on the bottle for a label, and even the stopper has a small cob design. The golden kernel design is represented on both sides of the decanter. Simply gorgeous!
In very good condition, with some wear evident to the gold on the lip of the bottle, and somewhere along the line the stopper must have really done its job and had to be forced out, causing a large chunk to break off (I'm guessing). The stopper is still functional, and other than that, there is just a very small bit of wear noticed on the gold of the kernels.
The bottle measures 11" high with stopper by 4 1/4" wide at handle by 4" across at the bottom
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