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BELLFLOWER - SINGLE VINE MOLASSES JUG / SYRUP

Lot 0178 Details

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BELLFLOWER - SINGLE VINE MOLASSES JUG / SYRUP, colorless lead glass, large-size bulbous body with vine flowing right, applied hollow handle, and plain base. Period tin hinged lid. M'Kee & Brother(s). Third quarter 19th century. 7 3/4" HOA, 5 5/8" H neck, 2 3/4" D base.
Undamaged.
Literature: M'Kee - Victorian Glass (1859-1871 Trade Catalogues), p. 52.
Provenance: Collection of Douglas Reed, Maplewood, NJ.
Condition
Undamaged.
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BELLFLOWER - SINGLE VINE MOLASSES JUG / SYRUP

Estimate $200 - $300
Sep 24, 2016
Starting Price $100
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Lot 0178 Details

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BELLFLOWER - SINGLE VINE MOLASSES JUG / SYRUP, colorless lead glass, large-size bulbous body with vine flowing right, applied hollow handle, and plain base. Period tin hinged lid. M'Kee & Brother(s). Third quarter 19th century. 7 3/4" HOA, 5 5/8" H neck, 2 3/4" D base.
Undamaged.
Literature: M'Kee - Victorian Glass (1859-1871 Trade Catalogues), p. 52.
Provenance: Collection of Douglas Reed, Maplewood, NJ.
Condition
...
Undamaged.

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