Antique 19th century Bohemian Cut Glass Decanter For The Middle Eastern Islamic Ottoman Market
Antique second half of the 19th century Bohemian hand-blown clear cut-glass decanter and stopper made for the Middle Eastern, Persian and Ottoman market. Body of bulbous form with long neck applied with three faceted rings, cut with leaf-shaped panels of hobnail, leaves and diamonds, enamelled with blossom and scrolls and gold gilt, with spire stopper. Base with a ground down pontil mark.
REFERENCES: Similar decanters have been sold at Christie’s London (South Kensington) 10 May 2011.
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MEASUREMENTS: Height: 42.5 cm (16.73 inches).
CONDITION: In good condition, no cracks, or repairs.
Since the pictures were taken in the studio lighting, the colors are not as glitter as the photos and the glass is clear but, on some pictures, occurred yellowish.
Please see all 13 pictures in the listing since they are part of the description.