Sulphides, or figure marbles, are highly collectible, large, translucent, single-gather, single-pontil marbles manufactured in Germany from the mid-19th century up until the 1930s. Usually 1 1/2″ or more in size, they always feature a figure encased in the center, which early collectors mistakenly thought was made from sulfur but are indeed porcelain.   

This particular Sulphide features a "Reclining Dog", it weighs 5.6 oz and measures 2" in diameter and is in Great Condition 

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