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Mary Gregory style glass decanter

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    Posted 9 years ago

    Woman34
    (39 items)

    I found this along with many other great items this past weekend at a yard sale for $1. After research, it's either original Mary Gregory or the style of. I really like it a lot. Just another nice addition to my collections.
    Oh, I also want to add that in the pontil on the bottom is the number 4 with a period after (4.).

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    1. Woman34 Woman34, 9 years ago
      Glad you like it Toolate:).
    2. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 9 years ago
      The number 4 refers to the matching of the stopper on the ewer. It should also have a 4 underneath. They did this at the factory to match the stopper size to the bottle. Your decanter is undoubtedly an old one but check to see if you can discern dots in the enameling...old ones did not have dots. Probably Bohemian in origin. LOU
    3. Woman34 Woman34, 9 years ago
      Thanks Lou- I will check out the enameling and get back to you.
    4. Woman34 Woman34, 9 years ago
      There are no dots in the enameling from what I can tell.
    5. LoriLovesVintage, 9 years ago
      So pretty!
    6. lovedecanters lovedecanters, 8 years ago
      I have to admit that Mary Gregory is not my favourite, but it is a nice shaped claret jug of a shape that was common in the 1880-90s. 90% of the value of glass claret jugs is in the handle, one crack and your 90% just evapourated, so treat it with care.

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