Vintage Ceramic Elephant Decanter for Jim Beam

$35.00

The elephant in the room....is absolutely fine in this case.

Very unique former liquor decanter left behind by "BK" at a now defunct gentlemen's club here in Los Angeles. This ceramic bottle was created for Jim Beam by Regal China back in the 1950's along side a ceramic donkey decanter to represent our two political parties. What we love about this pachyderm is his versatility. If you place him on his side he becomes an ashtray or a coaster! He also makes a pretty dandy vase.

He stands 9 5/8" high and is 4 5/8" wide at his widest point and approximately 2 3/8" deep. Sorry no cork. No chips or cracks.

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I pack using eco friendly materials wherever possible which means you most likely will receive your shipment in a second hand box. Your item will be securely wrapped and sealed up.

I encourage all my customers to please RECYCLE, REDUCE, & REUSE.

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Additional

The objects sold here are vintage which is why I try to describe items accurately as some may show the wear of time or have manufacturer defects. Please read descriptions carefully and contact me with any questions you might have before making a purchase. I also recommend using the "zoom" function on the photos.

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