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DATE & ORIGIN:- England, c1860. Period of Victoria.
An engraved 19th century glass carafe. The neck has a pulled pouring section and is engraved with foliage. This leads to a bulbous body engraved with ferns. The piece is complete with a polished base, an engraved hollow stopper and an applied handle.
Hand-blown around the time the USS Monitor, the US Navy's first ironclad warship was launched.