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FREE-BLOWN THOMAS CAINS CHAIN-DECORATED PINT DECANTER, colorless, Prussian form having two pinched-chain bands on body with two bladed neck rings, flanged mouth, rough pontil mark, period stopper. Attributed to Thomas Cains' South Boston Flint Glass Works (1812-1822) / Cains' Glass House (1822-1852). 1822-1845. 8 3/4" HOA, 6 7/8" H mouth.
Nearly undamaged with a single moderate chip to the top of one chain. Minor spalling in association with the pontil mark, as made.
Literature: Parallels Wilson - American Glass, Vol. 1, p. 184, fig. 153; and Kaiser - South Boston, p. 54, fig. 41.
Provenance: Collection of Fraser & Lynda Reid, Exeter, NH.

Condition

Nearly undamaged with a single moderate chip to the top of one chain. Minor spalling in association with the pontil mark, as made.

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FREE-BLOWN THOMAS CAINS CHAIN-DECORATED PINT DECANTER

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2177 Green Valley Lane
Mt. Crawford, VA 22841
United States
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