The Green Fairy Absinthe Decanter
"Nicknamed la fee verte (the green fairy) for its hallucinogenic properties, absinthe was the drink of choice for all, from the wealthy bourgeoisie to the working classes. The most famous of absinthe drinkers were the Bohemians - artists, writers, and intellectuals.
Among Absinthe's insatiable enthusiasts were Vincent van Gogh, Edgar Degas, Oscar Wilde, Edgar Allan Poe, and Mark Twain, who raved about the drink''s creative and poetic effects."
11 3/4 x 5 x 18 3/4".
Holds 46 oz. of liquid.
Silver-plated brass and glass.