Date & Origin
England, c1820. Period of George IV.
Age-related wear as shown including gilt rub and a very minor graze to one lip rim.
Height: 26.1cm Diameter: 9.7cm.
1617 grams combined
A neck ring with gilded bands above a tapering shoulder. The body is decorated with gilded stars and sprigs. The base has a large polished pontil. Clear lozenge stopper adding an elegant contrast.
Hand-blown around the time the first American school for the deaf was opened in Hartford, Connecticut.
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