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Author Topic: What could you tell me about what company and country made this decanter  (Read 235 times)

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Offline charlieboy

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Could you please tell me what company and what country made this cool decanter. The home it came from was totally mid century modern was built in the 50's and totally furnished at that time.The people never updated. Measures 22 1/2" tall. An thing you can tell me would be greatly appreciated. The stopper is hollow inside hand blown partialy polished bottom

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Offline ahremck

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Now for some pictures of the actual decanter please.

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I messed up thought I was downloading 3 photos only one showed up check again please thanks

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Is the stopper and neck ground to fit?
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