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Pair of Crystal Anglo-Irish Covered Sweetmeat Jars, Early 19th Century

Great Britain Late 18th/Early 19th Century

A pair of cut crystal covered sweetmeat jars in the form of diamond faceted classical urns set on square bases. They have a very slightly amber cast to them. These were made near the end of the 18th century into the 1st third of the 19th century

Price

$1400/ pair

Condition

One restored chip on the rim of one which can only be seen in certain lighting conditions. Other slight roughage touch ups.

Measurements

Height: 13"
Diameter: 5.40"

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