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4-pc set of engraved glass liquor decanters with pump-top dispensers

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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Here's one more absolutely positively not "ANCIENT ANTIQUE RARE DIVINE UNKNOWN RARE MYSTERIOUS MYTHICAL RARE RARE SACRED ANCIENT RARE RELIC" from my collections. SO sorry, I'm afraid its just a fun set of booze decanters, instead. :-) :-) [which for the record, are not for sale to trolls or anybody else...]

    But anyways. I got this set of 4 decanters and 3 (gold-tone colored) dispenser tops as leftovers from a friend's garage sale several years ago, by which time I'd already had the 4th (chrome colored) pump-top by itself. The 4 bottles are about 8" tall by 3.5" square and have no marks beyond their rather elegantly script engraved legends of "Bourbon", Vodka", "Scotch", and "Rum".

    The 3 pump-tops which came with the bottles seem to be mostly plastic with gold-tone (tarnished) exterior, with no markings beyond "MADE IN U.S.A." on their undersides. Presuming the bottles and these tops originally came together, there's obviously nothing terribly old or unique about any of 'em. ;-) :-)

    The chrome finished pump top I already had appears to be mostly metal and of better build quality, I'm guessing it is somewhat older. It actually has maker's info on its underside, reading CONTINENTAL SAY-WHEN CORP CLEVELAND" with patent #'s. Can't help but to think the plastic ones are 'knockoffs' of this one...?

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    1. TassieDevil TassieDevil, 3 years ago
      Lol...good on you AnythingObscure! :-)
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      /me wishing it wasn't so d*mn far halfway around the world, so's I could reach 'ya for a <big hug> Tassie?!! :-) :-) :-)
    3. TassieDevil TassieDevil, 3 years ago
      Thanks AnythingObscure, consider the hug given:-) :-)
    4. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      I'm not sure if they should be empty AO! Is that because you haven't filled them, or have emptied them?
    5. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 3 years ago
      As a kid I remember these at Service Merchandise (and out in the wild in the back of a few limousines).

      T A
    6. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      More kind thanks to Brunswick, elanski, fortapache, racer4four, and buckethead for stopping by and punching the <love it> button!

      Racer -- I agree that they don't look quite right "empty" is because I haven't filled them, still lacking an actually appropriate 'bar' space to display them. Now that you've got me thinking, perhaps I should give the bourbon bottle a 'test run' anyways, just to make sure it works...?? ;-) :-)

      TubeAmp -- that's an interesting thought that hadn't occurred to me...'limousine duty'. I suppose they would be pretty good for that, but can't say that I have any firsthand limo experience to be able to know, one way or the other...? <lol>

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