A pair of early antique, English hexagonal case bottles with faceted, teardrop stoppers. A grog box is a fitted chest designed to hold a collection of triangular, square, hexagonal or octagonal liquor decanters.
Andy McConnell, The Decanter an Illustrated History of Glass from 1650, p. 103, Plate 149
PLACE OF ORIGIN
England | United Kingdom
George III (1760-1820)
(2) Width 5 Depth 2.75 Height 10.5 inches