Three green glass club shape decanters and stoppers in a papier mache brass mounted trefoil shaped stand. Bottles measure 9-1/2", 9" and 8-1/2". Tallest bottle has a gilded RUM label and gilding at neck. (The two other bottles lack gilding). Each bottle has a lozenge shaped stopper with gilded chain border and initials R B and H (for Rum, Brandy and Hollands bitters). Provenance: A Belle Meade (Nashville) Tennessee collection. English, Early to mid 19th century. Condition: Ungilded bottles are possible associations. R stopper is chipped. H stopper is attached to bottle. Brass handle lacks nut (do not pick up by handle). Light wear and oxidation to stand.
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