This is a fine and very attractive vintage Edinburgh Crystal wine decanter.
It dates to the first half of the 20th Century.
It is a rarer decanter or carafe - great for storing in style wine - or perhaps water for your whisky.
It has high shoulders and tapers down to the flared base. The most unusual thing about this decanter or carafe is the double pouring lips at each side of the rim - you don't find these features that often on Edinburgh crystal pieces. The main body section and stopper has engraved facet cut geometric decoration all over, as photographed.
It has a lightly etched signature on the base - which you can just make out is an Edinburgh crystal one.
The stopper is original to the decanter and is not a later addition.
As you can see, it is in excellent and very clean vintage condition with staining inside etc - nice and clean decanter - and fabulous as new condition.
My fine and very collectable Edinburgh Crystal decanter is 11 1/2 inches in height (including stopper) and 8 1/2 inches for the main body section without the stopper. The diameter of the foot is 3 1/2 inches.
Unpacked it is 1.1 kg.
A fair asking price for this pretty vintage Scottish crystal decanter - with the busy spiky Appin pattern.