This decanter is an American handblown art nouveau/Art Deco style glass bottle with glass stopper.
I found this at a local market here in southern Sweden. The lady who was selling it said it had belonged to her grandmother who was especially proud to display this decanter because it was a wedding present all the way from America.
It is in good vintage condition considering its age. There are no signs of wear except for a few chips on the inside edge of the bottle where the glass stopper has perhaps nicked it. This is not visible unless you remove the top and inspect it closely. It has most likely only been used as a display piece. No cracks or any other defects.
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Height: 11" with stopper and 9" without The diameter is 4.5"
1-2 business days
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