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6034 A Good Plain Prussian Decanter


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This is a fine Georgian decanter of 'Prussian' form. It has three annulated neck rings and a slightly everted lip. It has a target or bull's eye with bevelled edge.

The decanter holds a full bottle with ease and pours well. There are no chips, cracks or cloudiness and it is very fit for purpose.

Date: c.1805

Dimensions: 10.8", 27.2 cm. high incl. stopper

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