I believe this decanter was cut early in the Brilliant Period by the masters at Mt. Washington. It is cut in triple miter trellis which is also known as Calve.
The Calve pattern consists of hundreds of detailed hobstars being intertwined with deep, triple-miter cutting. The relief creates large knobs that the hobstars remain perched on. It’s incredible to feel a piece like this in your hands – with all that glass cut away and the play in depth. It’s an exercise in wonderful engineering and cutting precision. Even more impressive is the pattern cut stopper on this piece – Mt. Washington held nothing back.
The decanter is in excellent condition with no damage and measures 11 1/4″ tall and 5 1/2″ wide. The blank is excellent as is the polishing.
Shape: Decanter/Ship's Decanter
Pattern: Triple Miter Trellis
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