Glass Stoppers

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Psittac, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Psittac

    Psittac Active Member

    Looking for any and all information



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  2. SBSVC

    SBSVC Well-Known Member

    Have you been able to match up these stoppers with their corresponding decanters and/or bottles? (At least one of the tags seems to indicate that the bottle is around somewhere!)

    If Baccarat, and you have the bottle, that could be a very nice find - and we'd love to see it!

    Stoppers without their bottles DO sell, but you need to be very specific about sizes, as they're often used to replace missing or broken stoppers from other vessels - and if they don't fit, there's not much use to them.

    Check for the matching decanters, cruets, or whatever. They'll be worth far more as a whole!
     
  3. Psittac

    Psittac Active Member

    I don't believe it had a match, I'm pretty sure they would have been kept together. I can add this to my list of thing's to look into. Thank you
     
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  4. SBSVC

    SBSVC Well-Known Member

    The little note I've circled made me think that the decanter might have been stored elsewhere:
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  5. Sandra

    Sandra Well-Known Member

    I have approx. 100 interesting stoppers, over the years, have matched maybe 3 to bases. If the size is right, the style is wrong. At my age, I'm running out of time to ever match these up...but hope springs eternal!
     
  6. Bronwen

    Bronwen Well-Known Member

    My mother bought ones she thought were pretty & had a pressed glass bowl filled with them, just to look at.
     
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  7. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

    Hopefully you still have the corner cabinet and items in it.
    Would like to see if the bottle is sick like the stopper. (Sick glass not being a good thing.)
    Or maybe the stopper is just dirty and needs a washing.


    Adding:
    To tell the truth, the one on the right that is crystal clear looks more like a Baccarat stopper than the one labeled. Not sure I have ever seen Baccarat become sick, unless it was buried.
     
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  8. Psittac

    Psittac Active Member

    I talked to my dad today while working, and he says that there are a few decanturs which they might go to, he just didn't know enough about them and figured if they went together they would be together. I'll add this to my list of "needs further examination"
     
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