Probably from the mid 19th century, this early Victorian glass decanter is bell-shaped and would have been used at the time for wine rather than spirits. It's handmade glass with some bubbles trapped in the glass creating a unique effect. The main body of the bottle is a fluted design with a coat of arms shape on the front. Unfortunately, the stopper is missing, but the bottle itself is in excellent condition if you would like to invite a sense of history to your dining table.
||H28.5cm x Dia.11.5cm