Old Absinthe carafe - Topette
verre absinthe Pontharlier
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Old Absinthe glass, called Pontharlier.
These are tank lenses, at the base of the glass was a hollow part that allowed the absinthe to be measured.
It takes the name of Pontharlier after a chromolithography of Pernod et Fils which was very widespread in the bars of France at the time, on this advertising image we can see this famous glass with a newspaper "Le Pontharlier" in the foreground.
Glass blown to the mouth and cut, see the depression of the cane to blow under the glass.
Height: 14cm base diameter: 7cm opening diameter: 8cm
1 chip on the foot, 1 small hole on the drinker, 1 claw on the glass.