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Other relatives chucked a pile of china and ceramics and I

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Hello..other relatives chucked a pile of china and ceramics and I found this in it.I wondered if you had any idea origins and value if any.. many thanks. Unmarked, undamaged approx 5 inches high

This is a 1910s to 1930s green glass decanter valued at $15.

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Customer: replied 4 days ago.
Decanter for what though?? Its under 5 inches looks more apothecary type thing

Oil or vinegar, more of a "cruet" at that size, but is also called a decanter.

Customer: replied 4 days ago.
Thank you.!

You are welcome!