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Grouping of 19th century glass decanters, total 6. Includes a blown molded decanter single neck ring and flanged mouth, plain base with rough pontil mark, period stopper, horn of plenty design, attributed to Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. 1825-1835. Also includes two blown decanters with two ringed necks (one with rough pontil and silverplate gin tag, other decanter with polished pontil), one bell shaped decanter with polished pontil with quilted square and three circle panels and pewter stopper, decanter with hexagonal faceted panels and pewter stopper, remaining decanter with four sided quilted diamond design and nine sided base – no stopper. Heights range from 12" to 8 3/4". 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – overall very good condition. Decanter with quilted diamond design has ground down area of rim where chip was present. One radiating circle stopper with some roughness to edge.