This is a quirky vintage white porcelain bottle or decorative carafe.
It was made in the late 1950s or early 1960s in Spain.
It is decorated on the front of the decanter with a Picasso inspired decoration. There is the word Jerez - a green abstract oval shape representing a table at a taverna with a little drinking glass sitting on top. Behind, this scene is a stylised image of a Spanish guitar.
The tear-drop shape is just lovely with an oval aperture (surrounded in green) in the side which also acts as a handle.
The stopper is again a modernist shape: like a fan with a slight curve to it, and with bright gold gilt to the base of the stopper.
With no damages.
A lovely large height measuring 13 1/4 inches.
Again - this bottle is very rare - and I have never seen another quite like it, and it would look just fabulous on display on your mid-century cocktail bar.
I do have another bottle in my Iconic Edinburgh Online store - which is of identical shape but lettering all over instead of the painted image here.
Of course postal discounts would apply if you would like both bottles.