Blue Mold Blown Glass Decanter and Cruet; Together with an Assembled Pair of Colorless Mold Blown Glass Decanters
Sandwich, Massachusetts, circa 1830
The decanter in the Baroque Shell and Rib pattern, GV-8, height 9 1/2 inches, the cruet with ribs swirled to left, GI-3 type 2, and ringed base, with stopper, height 7 1/4 inches.
Provenance of decanter: Crawford Wettlaufer Collection; Together with an Assembled Pair of Colorless Mold Blown Glass Decanters. Probably Keene, New Hampshire, first quarter of the 19th century. Each in the Waffle Sunburst pattern, GIII-19, with rayed base. Height 11 inches.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
one clear decanter has flake chips at pontil;
blue decanter appears good
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