This is the coolest decanter! Made in Mexico of hand painted glazed ceramic. Measures 15 1/2" tall, and is perfect! Signed on the bottom but can't make it all out. Part of it says Tarrasa Mexico. The matador is all decked out in his bullfighter attire and has a scruffy unshaven look. He looks more like a laid back beatnick. Original sticker too. He would be great filled with your favorite tequila.
A very pretty decanter from Ezra Brooks. Made of hand painted heritage china. Measures 11 1/2" tall and is in perfect condition. Stickers are all original.
This is not marked Kreiss but I believe it may be one of their elegant heirs figures. This one is a bourbon decanter. He is a hobo that is trying his best to look distinguished! Made of hand painted glazed ceramic. Very good condition. There are the two tiniest fleabites on the edges, that are almost non existant. He measures 11" tall. If he is Kreiss... this is a real deal for the collector!
The queen of hearts decanter made by Ezra Brooks in 1969. Hand painted heritage china. Lots of gold trim and a hand of hearts cards on her skirt front. Measures 16 1/2" tall and is in perfect condition.
An exclusive of Colonial China company. Made for OBR. A figural hot air balloon decanter that once held bourbon. Measures 9" tall and is in perfect condition. Made in 1969 and still has the original stickers.
Ezera Brooks figural whiskey decanter in the shape of the Overland Express stage coach. Made of fine heritage china. Measures 7 1/4" tall and is in perfect condition. Made in 1969.
If this old liquor bottle could talk...it would have tales to tell. Made of heavy pressed leaded glass, with star cuttings and cross hatch designs. Designs are not perfect and uniform. Bottle is in great condition , and so is the matching ground glass stopper. No chips or cracks. Bottle measures 10 3/4" tall. No chips or cracks. A wonderful vintage decanter for your home bar.
Irish Mist man, decanter. Stands 18 3/4" tall. Front base of man states "IRISH MIST" Irelands legendary liqueur. According to the estate information this would probably be from the 1950's - 1960's era. The paint is strikingly vivid. The gold trim is very bright and shiny. His cork is intact and he is in perfect condition. Large raised numbers in the porcelin 077 have the glaze over them. A very handsome advertising decanter.