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5129 A Prussian Decanter with Target Stopper

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This is the epitome of a Georgian decanter in the eyes of most people.  With its three incised neck rings, panel-cut shoulders and fluted base, it is very practical and holds a full botle with ease.  The stopper, which appears to be original is the bull's eye or target variety.

Quite simply this is an excellent decanter for regular use, which pours well and looks elegant on the dining table or sideboard.

Date: c.1800

Dimensions: 11", 28 cm. high incl stopper.

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