Vintage Decanter Jim Beam Rearing Horse Brown - 1967

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In the 1950s Jim Beam came up with the idea of unique decanters as a way to sell excess 8-10 year old liquor, the market becoming much more competitive with Vodka companies making a claim on the American South. These decanters were meant to be displayed and collected, and the Jim Beam Bottle & Specialty Club Collectors had over 7500 paying members in their heyday, and it is estimated to have thousands more casual collectors. Made Through a collaboration with Regal China out of Illinois Jim Beam created thousands of decanters between 1955 and 1992, all of which are highly collectible today. The rearing horse came in a variety of colors – from White and black to appaloosa and grey, and this one is in excellent condition with intact cork and no chips or cracks. Marked Jim Beam 1967 Ky Drb 230, measures 13 ¾ tall x 9 inches long x 4 ¾ wide.

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