19th Century Nailsea Glass Flask c1830

£150.00 $187.52 Product Code: 2021100302

Technical Description

A rare example of a 19th century Nailsea glass flask decorated with pulled up red white and blue trailing. A rough pontil completes the piece with its original cork stopper. These flasks are popular and we often sell fine examples...however, the vibrant colour combination on this particular flask is rare.

Date & Origin 

England, c1830. Period of Victoria.

Condition

Excellent, no chips cracks or restoration

Dimensions 

Height: 16.5cm Width: 12.3cm Depth: 3.8cm.

Historical Relevance 

Hand-blown around the time Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter was published on the 16th of March 1850.

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