Circa early 1900 fine Colonial Revival period cut glass cordial decanter or cologne, green cut to clear, possibly Dorflinger, exceptional corset shape, beautifully cut rock crystal double floral and punty garlands with bows and tassels, fine brilliant miter cuts of varying motif diamonds and floral bud on waist and matching stopper, great single rock crystal Dahlia floral on base. 8 tall, 3.5 dia. Condition - no chips or repairs on main body or exposed on stopper, bruise on side/shoulder, bottom of stopper chipped off, stopper does seal. 942 - Possibly Dorflinger by master cutter, Walter Graham, an Englishman hired to cut this type of fine Rock Crystal for Dorflinger.
Also similar to Hawkes Rock Crystal and the best work by Stevens and Williams. Contact me for confirmation or additional options. Selection of items from local estates. The item "Perfume, cologne, rock crystal, elegant abp, green cut to clear glass 8" is in sale since Tuesday, November 27, 2012. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Glass\Perfume Bottles".The seller is "circa19century" and is located in Century, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.