This extra heavy champagne was cut in Dorflinger’s Holland pattern. This was Dorflinger’s most expensive pattern and subsequently, one of their rarest. It’s also one of the few patterns by Dorflinger with clear-tusk cutting.
Four large hobstars are framed by clear tusk cutting around the bowl of this stem. Each of these hobstars is divided by a smaller hobstar with notching coming to a point. The stem is extremely impressive with a air-trap knob that is cut in hob-diamond. The base of the champagne is cut with a hobstar and scalloped around the edge on a thick blank.
Stems like this seldom come to market. This one is in perfect condition.
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