A hand blown glass decanter with ribbing around the base and cut slice around the shoulder with applied rings on the neck. The mouth has everted lips, and a hollow slice cut stopper and cut star burst. The glass is generally clear with a few minor bubbles. The decanter dates to the early 19th C. in the late Georgian style. The stopper is most likely a replacement but is stylistically consistent with the bottle, especially with its hollow form. The pontil break is polished smooth and the underside exhibits mossing consistent with age.
Dimension: 10 3/4" h