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Author Topic: Date and Origins of Milk Glass Hand Painted Ewer pretty please?  (Read 733 times)

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Offline uncommonglass

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Any guesses on age or origins of this ewer/cruet? Almost 7 inches tall, ground pontil, no uv reaction. Floral decor and Applied handle are hand painted.
the ewer
http://www.webpik.com/images/2322bFrE/16426/g123-021.jpg
the bottom
http://www.webpik.com/images/2322bFrE/16428/g123-023.jpg
the top
http://www.webpik.com/images/2322bFrE/16430/g123-024.jpg

The inside of the neck isn't ground, so maybe it didn't have a stopper?  Is more properly called a decanter, ewer or cruet?

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