A fanciful set of three hand-blown glass decanters from a pharmacy in France, circa 1920s. All have wide bases and narrow towards the top, and resemble classic honey dippers with their horizontal lobes. The three vary in size and have slightly different stopper shapes, the middle decanter also has subtle facets near the neck. Each one has some small bubbles and slight imperfections typical to hand-blown glass. Very attractive when grouped together.
Condition: Great vintage conition with a few minor surface marks. The largest stopper has a shallow chip at the base. The smallest decanter has an uneven base.
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