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Lot 2196
Late 19th/early 20th century, the first: acid etched maker's mark of J. Hoare & Co, Corning, NY, a broad-shouldered baluster-form decanter topped with a faceted spherical stopper, on a wide stepped circular foot; the second: acid etched maker's mark of T.B. Clark & Co., Seelyville, PA, a handled claret jug topped with a faceted spherical stopper within a thin zipper-cut neck over a bulbous body; the third: apparently unsigned, a handled claret jug topped within a thin teardrop-shaped stopper within a zipper-cut neck over a bulbous body, 3 pieces, the first: 12.375'' H x 5'' Dia.; the second: 11.625'' H x 6'' W x 5.25'' D; the third: 11'' H x 5.75'' W x 5.25'' D, est: $500/700
Provenance: Estate, Long Beach, CA

Condition

Each in overall good condition with scattered minor fleabites and light scratches to underside commensurate with age. The first with scattered minor nicks, the largest approximately .125'' x .125''.

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Three American brilliant-cut glass decanters

Estimate $500 - $700Sep 24, 2016