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  • Code 14959

Georgian Mallet Shaped Liqueur Decanter 3 Neckrings Engraved HARROLD c 1830

A Georgian mallet shaped three neck ring glass spirit, liqueur decanter or glass oil or scent bottle dating from the early 19th century probably around 1820 -  1830. The decanter is made of clear blown glass has a panel cut shoulder and is engraved with the name HARROLD, which could either be a surname, unusually spelt first name or relate to the village in Bedfordshire, England. 

It is in good condition with a little blooming to the inside bottom. The stopper, which fits well, may possibly be a replacement. There are some minor flea bites to the facets of the stopper and a small bruise to one point. This is a lovely item to add to any collection and a very decorative display piece and an unusual named item.

Height with stopper 7.5 inches ( 19 cm)
Decanter Height 6 inches (15.2 cm)
body diameter  2.86 inches (7.32 cm)
Weight 479 grammes unpacked


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