A 19th century Continental cut glass tea bottle
A fine example of a French or, possibly, Russian cut glass tea bottle made about 1830. The diamond cut broad panels are supported by four vertically cut corner panels. The mushroom stopper has its centre polished in a circle with cut lines radiating from it. The base of the bottle is cut to represent the cross of St Andrew from which straight cuts radiate to the sides. The centre of the cross forms a collection of small diamonds. The cutting is of the highest quality and ingenuity in its design.
Height: 13 cms
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