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Spring is here tomorrow, so I’m cleaning my antiques cabinet.

Very special prices (indicated at the beginning of each post), specially when you see the €-$ exchange rate!!!

 

$100

 

Splendid & very heavy brass sugar holder – 6.5cm x 9cm

 

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Nice and very thick absinthe glass with chiseled flowers - 18cm

Free antique saucer!

 

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Nice little 5 doses absinthe topette – 14.5cm

 

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Nice opaline apothecary jar “Artemisia absinthium” – 22cm

 

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$125

 

Rare and very heavy Torsade glass with etched Greek pattern – 18cm

Free antique saucer (price on it: 40)!

 

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Very nice Chope Yvonne with beautiful etched spiral pattern – 18cm

Free antique saucer (price on it: 6f)!

 

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Rare “absinthe” carafe/topette (chip on the base) – 26.5cm

 

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$200

 

Beautiful, very thick, and rare ouraline (glow under UV) bistrot carafe, a beast! – 28cm

Glasses are shown for comparison, but can be purchased as well.

 

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Very rare and thick dual mouth carafe (relisted because of a non-paying member) – 32cm

 

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Payment : Paypal or bank transfer.

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Torsade glass sold!

 

Hurry up, I need to reimburse the very expensive spoon I've just bought (pictures to come) :dev-cheers:

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Dual mouth carafe sold.

Ouraline glasses and carafe sold.

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Everything sold except from the sugar holder and the "absinthe" carafe.

 

And here is another glass for sale.

Heavy absinthe glass with dose - 14.5cm

Shows some old typical surface wear (nothing deep) that prove it was used with absinthe spoons.

Very nice in hands, a sturdy piece!

 

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PM me for the (cheap) price ;)

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To be honest, that's strange because it's a nice and rare carafe that you don't see very often specially with the gold ornament intact. It's even more nice when filled with a Verte and corked. I will give it a try on eBay I think, your lost :harhar:

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