The decanter has a slightly recessed base as shown and I would have thought it was made for liqueurs. It has a triangular shape with deeply dimpled sides. If you required a bright finish to the pewter it could be polished by professional.
This pattern was only made between 1928-1930. Due to the high cost of manufacture it was discontinued in favour of cheaper pressed depression era glass to follow in the 1930's. The candlesticks are in excellent condition.
IN VERY GOOD CONDITION WITH THE CLEAR GLASS DOES NOT HAVE THE RED EYES LIKE THE REST. THERE IS MINOR SIGNS OF USE TO THE SILVERPLATED UNDERDISH. THERE ARE LOTS OF PHOTOS IN THE LISTING SCROLL DOWN TO SEE. DISH MEASURES 11CM X 7.5CM AND THE DUCKS MEASURE 7.5CM X 4.5CM TALL.
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN DIMPLE GLASS OIL LAMP LIGHT SHADE BLUE OPALINE OPALESCENT. Let the good finds roll! Antique Hardware & Fittings. If you don't communicate, we won't hesitate to cancel the order and re-list the item.
Th century. This one is from the Mackay Show in 1908. The total height is 12 cm. Highly decorative, collectable and functional. Beautiful and very unusual piece of ruby flashed souvenir glass consisting of a small dish or bowl with a cover.
Beautiful late Victorian onion shaped decanter decorated with etched fern fronds. It has a faceted stopper which seems to fit well. The base is beautifully star cut obscuring the pontil. 27 cm total height.