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Rare 19th century opalescent glass curtain tie back Victorian era.· Delicate Colors Of Opalescent pale blue on white and clear. Wonderful detail in this Petal and Shell design.
They are all in excellent condition. No cracks or chips. The glass measures 3" across. They all have brass pins or arms that screw into your wall.They also have a metal flower center. Very nice examples of early American pattern glass in a lovely pale blue to white color. The blue is only seen in the opalescent glass ovals on each petal. They really look to be white and clear.

"In the Victorian age, when window dressing was serious business, decorative curtain tiebacks were familiar household accessories. But tiebacks weren't just another pretty facet of 19th-century ostentation. In light of the prevailing conditions and mind-set of the times, you might say they were as multipurpose as the curtains they held."

Read more: Victorian Curtain Tiebacks - Country Living

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Rare 19th century opalescent glass curtain tie back Victorian


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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