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Posted 5 months ago

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antiquerose
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A whole $3.99 purchase.....LOL

There is a similar decanter in Mark Hills BOOK 'Hi Sklo Lo Sklo' only in amber,dated 1950's-60's, Borske Sklo,

This is a Dark Green with Gold Gilt Stripes. It is about 12.5 inches tall with the stopper, and about 10 inches tall without the stopper.

Great Czech Glass item!! Love the look and style of these....and YES, I have more than 3 so I guess I have a COLLECTION...LOL

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  1. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 5 months ago
    Lovely antiquerose. I had one similar, though no where near as nice & missing its lid but was green with gold lines like this.
  2. racer4four racer4four, 5 months ago
    I think these Czech decanters are under-rated. Everyone wants the "funky" glass from the 50s and 60s and these somehow haven't caught on. Why not?
    Shapes are wonderful, lovely glass and the metallic patterns are wonderful!
    See- you are not just a collector of these now but a trail blazer with excellent taste!
  3. DeeMarie30 DeeMarie30, 7 days ago
    Hi There, by any chance is there a gold "T" painted on the bottom?
    I have a gorgeous green and gold decanter and I am trying to figure out who the maker is . It looks like Czech-Bohemian but I am curious about the letter T ?

    Thanks :-)

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