This is a fine and beautiful Irish cut-glass or crystal decanter with a lozenge stopper, dating to the Georgian period, Circa 1800.
The decanter has a "Prussian" body shape, with multiple layers or stepped sections of cutting. Starting from the base rim with flutes, then a row of diamond cutting followed by alternating layers of cut panels and plain sections up to the neck. The base is concave with no cutting and displays the rubbing wear associated with over 200 years of use. . The decanter has a lozenge stopper and is a very good fit to the decanter.
The decanter is made from Lead glass with a soft grey colour and is heavy weighing over 1.3Kg unpacked. Overall a fine quality decanter from the Georgian period, holding over 1.2 Litre of fluid.
Height: 29.47 cm (11.6 in)Diameter: 13.21 cm (5.2 in)
GoodWear consistent with age and use. Very good antique condition.. NO damage.