2 Bohemian Cut and Enameled Art Glass Moser style Decanters, including one ruby glass decanter and one green glass decanter. Both with triple rings at necks, polychrome enamel floral and scroll decoration, gilt highlights to cut crosshatch and feather designs, and tall faceted spire shaped stoppers/ lids with cut and enameled decoration and gilding. Both have numbers painted on the bottom (3. for green, 2. for red, 10. for red stopper). Ruby decanter – 19 7/8" H. Green decanter – 19 3/4"H. Bohemian, possibly Moser, late 19th to early 20th century. Provenance: the estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Both with some minor to moderate wear to gilding, particularly on top edge of ruby decanter and on both lids. Both decanters are free of chips and cracks but do have some chipping to bottoms of stoppers. Green lid also has about a half dozen chips and flakes to underside of knop, largest is a 1" shallow flake. Red lid is in good condition aside from minor chipping to bottom of stopper.
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