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Cool vintage 1970s decanter bottle in powder blue with a milk glass slag look to it.

I believe this originally was sold with alcohol in it. The base says "Liquor Bottle" and I seem to recall seeing something like this in my parents bar when I was a kid.

The bottle is quite pretty with a raised relief design of flowers emanating from a rock or island. The stopper has an Asian pagoda feel to it. It is a powder blue color.

Measures 12.75" tall and is 3.25" wide at its widest point.

No chips cracks or issues. The cork the surrounds the stopper has become lodged in the neck, but this can be repaired.

Please see photos.

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Vintage Powder Blue Milk Glass Marbelized Slag Decanter Bottle (JM-56)