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Zenicha Kresowa Antique Glass Decanter

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

The unusual bell jar shape and etched wheat sheath design of this blown-glass decanter could be used for wine, or any other form of liquor, but we think it is perfect for storing some homemade zenicha kresowa. Polish families would create a bottle of this rosehip liqueur at their child’s baptism and would crack the bottle open for their wedding decades later. Another traditional custom is for a maiden girl to whip up a cocktail of zenicha kresowa, honey, chamomile, mint and cloves and present it to the suitor of her choice.


The widespread use of decanters began in the Middle Ages, when wine was stored in wooden barrels, stoneware containers and even leather skins. Rarified folks found it unacceptable to pour or scoop directly from t... Read More

Details and Dimensions

8.5" Height (with stopper) x 4" Width (at widest point)
Sheaths of wheat etched design on glass.

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