A particularly unusual apple green early Victorian mallet shaped cut glass decanter with flattened hollow bubble stopper, English 19th Century
11cm diameter at base
Apple green 19th Century decanters are rare to find and were mostly made in Stourbridge, England in the Georgian and early Victorian period.
Condition: The decanter is in excellent condition with only a small nibble on one of the shoulders and minor nibbles around the internal base of the stopper which is not at all unusual with decanters this age and in no way detracts from the piece. They could easily be buffed out if required.
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