Early Victorian Highly Cut Lead Crystal Pickle Jar
This is a highly attractive and unusual pickle jar, dating to the mid 19th century.
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This is a highly attractive and unusual pickle jar, dating to the mid 19th century. The globular body merges imperceptibly with the short cylindrical neck. It is decorated with a pattern of olive and oval cuts. The rim is flat. There is a discoid star cut foot. The hollow stopper is cut with a series of twelve radiating facets. These are overcut at the edge with an alternating pattern of olive and horizontal oval cuts. It has a maximum height including the stopper of about 14.9cm, with a diameter at the rim of about 7.3cm and across the foot of about 6.3cm. It is in good condition for its age. There are a few wear and tear scratches and there is also a manufacturing artefact in the form of a notch out of the foot where they have slipped during cutting the body.
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