Seller: fine-dining-depot (15,899) 100%, Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 233021959539 This is a 19th century victorian decanter or cruet. It is either a small decanter or a large cruet from the size of 8-1/2" tall by 4.5" wide overall. looks like it would hold 2 cups. The glass cruet was made in the 19th century/ 1800's. It is hand blown and cut with a Honey Comb or "Georgian" pattern aka hex optic. The stopper is blown and hollow with the matching georgian pattern cut in it- this is the original stopper which is hard to find at this age. This piece fluoresces a greenish blueish glow in uv light light glass from this period does Condition: This is in good condition for its age being clear with very little age wear. No unsightly rim chips or cracks. HOWEVER, It does have a small fracture/heat check where the top of the handle attaches to the decanter's neck- it does not cause issues and no one will notice it- the handle is firmly attached (this is a common issue with old cruets too) Please see the last photo above, it does not detract from its beauty and no one will see it. *Please note* Pressed, molded or blown Glass has imperfections from the manufacturing process. These imperfections are inherited by production and not considered damage. However Any large imperfections that look real bad will be noted as major defects of course, but minor imperfections that often occur such as: color variations, creases/lines from molds, tiny air bubbles or small debris encased in glass is natural as not going to be scrutinized or considered damage. Please understand this is not damage and we do not give partial refunds or returns because of this. *No Returns/Refunds Policy*...Please Note that we do not accept returns or refunds. This is for 2 reasons- We sell antiques / vintage goods, therefore they are used, I provide photos of the exact items and not stock pictures so you can always see the exact item you will get. Also all of our auctions are "Free Shipping" to our buyers, but I still have to buy postage and it is expensive! I cant give full refunds on items when I cant get refunds on my shipping cost. Please see the many pictures above, read our descriptions, and ask all questions before bidding as we will respond, and there should be no problems... Thank you*Damaged in shipment*... All of my items are insured against damage in transit. All insurance claims are filed online now & there may be a delay in how long it takes the insurance company to process the refund, also USPS claims may require items to be physically taken the post office for inspection should they ask for them- often photos are not enough for the claim to be processed. *Items lost in shipment or not received*... If they are lost in transit, we will be required to wait the specified time by the shipper to file the insurance claim- there is no other way to do this as that is their rules and we will have to wait their time limits.