A late art deco liqueur decanter with 6 cordial glasses by Verreries Doyen. Fine crafted, handblown glass adorned with partly frosted, crinkled texture and gilded bands.  Doyen existed in 1909 until 1975 known in making optic vases and specialty of custom made glass creation by customer's request. They exhibited their creations alongside with Val St Lambert at the Paris Expo of 1937 and other several important European Art Expo's. Handcrafted in Belgium circa 1940. In very good vintage condition with minor traces of wear, minor scratches, gilt fading and minor blemishes consistent to age. Kindly refer to pictures as integral part of the descriptions. The price is for 1 set of 7 pcs. decanter set only, the tray is part of presentation and priced separately. 

Decanter:  Height  7.50" (19 cm)     Width  5.12" (13 cm)     Top  1.97" (5cm)     Base  2.95" (7.5 cm)

Glasses:    Height   2.75" (7 cm)         Top:  1.90" (4.8cm)    Base:  1.30"  (3.3cm)

Weight:      1.80 lb (800 gm)

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This item can be viewed in our gallery:  Antiques van Elsen - Bruges, Belgium. 


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