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Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France


Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 1

Large mold-blown keg used for storing brandy, liqueur, wine, beer, syrup and/or for
blending and fining liquids. The faceted bilge centered by concentric rings; retains what
is likely the original brass spigot/tap; sheared finish to top…bunghole is beautifully
finished. See Antique Glass Bottles – Their History and Evolution (1500-1850) by Willy
Van den Bossche, page 209, plate 158 [2]. (Excellent condition; height: 16.5")


Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 2

Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 3

Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, bottom view

$1,750.00

492-209




Antique Pitcher, Pillar Molded, Colorless Lead Glass, Large Pear Shape Body United States (Pittsburgh) or Possibly England, Circa 1840s


Antique Pitcher, Pillar Molded, Colorless Lead Glass, Large Pear Shape Body United States (Pittsburgh) or Possibly England, Circa 1840s, entire view

American collectors have categorically assigned these glorious pieces to Pittsburgh; however, the technique was practiced in other glassmaking centers. Featuring twelve pronounced spiraled ribs (pillar molding) extending from the bottom to the rim; widely flared rim pulled out to form broad spout; applied strap handle, crimped and folded at the terminal. Projecting circular foot/base with polished pontil. Fine condition.

$635.00

784-19




Glass, Blown, Molded, Liquor Glass, Vases
Sold separately


Glass, Blown, Molded, Liquor Glass, Vases, entire view

Ale or Liquor Glass, Magnum Size Funnel Shape Bowl, Colorless, Ground Pontil
Unknown Maker; leaded glass
Never seen anything like this; please share your thoughts

(Shallow fleabite chip to rim, else fine; H: 8.75"; diameter: 6.75")
$565
492-98

Blown Molded Glass Vase, Colorless, Outer Applied Bands, Ground Pontil
Possibly Boston, First Quarter 19th Century, H: 7", Fine


$975
492-99

Celery Vase, Cut Glass, Bakewell Type, Strawberry and Fan Pattern
Likely Pittsburgh, Circa 1820
- SOLD




Cylinder Decanter, Mold Blown and Prismatic Cut,
Polished Pontil, Colorless Glass
Likely England or Ireland, Circa 1810-1820


Cylinder Decanter, Mold Blown and Prismatic Cut,
Polished Pontil, Colorless Glass 
Likely England or Ireland, Circa 1810-1820, entire view

The mushroom stopper appears to be original; there are a couple chips to stopper.
Height: 10.5".

$425.00

1322-8




Glass, Decanters, Cut Glass, 19th Century
Sold separately


Glass, Decanters, Cut Glass, 19th Century, entire view

Decanter, Cut Glass with Cut Stopper, Beautifully Cut, Great Stopper
Circa 1835

Not the original stopper, some small chips and cloudiness in base
$295
784-5

Decanter, Sandwich, Matching Stopper, Guilloche, Plume, and Ribbing Pattern
Blown Molded, Clear Glass, Circa 1825 to 1835
- SOLD
Barlow and Kaiser-1338 (McKearin GV-14), no chips or cracks, some light cloudiness

784-6





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