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Perfect Condition A Composite Set Of 4 George III Early 19th C Green Wine Glasses With Ovoid Bowls, Drawn Stems And Circular Feet. A George III 18th C Glass Wine Flute With Fluted Narrow Funnel Shape Bowl, Plain Stem And Slightly Domed Base With Folded Foot And Sharp Pontil. A Exceptional Suite Of 4 George III Mallet Shape Decanters Comprising Of Two Wine And Two Dessert Wine Decanters, Each With Mushroom Stoppers, Treble Ring Necks And Hobnail And Flute Cut Bodies.
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