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Author Topic: Huge "Mod" Greenwich Flint Glass Decanter  (Read 992 times)

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Offline horochar

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Huge "Mod" Greenwich Flint Glass Decanter
« on: September 12, 2009, 03:08:59 AM »
Today I was quite fortunate to find at a garage sale this gigantic, outrageous decanter.  It will be a prized addition to my collection.  I'm 99.5% sure it's a piece of 1960s Greenwich Flint Craft, made in Indiana.  I thought I'd share a picture with my friends on this board because search as I might, I cannot locate an image of this form anywhere on the internet or in a reference book.  Which leads me to believe it's an uncommon or rare form.  Any help in identifying the piece by number, age or other information would be appreciated.  The name for this color combination is "burnt honey."

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