top of page
Edwardian Cut Glass Decanter

Edwardian Cut Glass Decanter

SKU: RJ01765
£40.00Price

Until the 1670s wine was served at the table in jug or green glass bottle. The decanter started to appear after 1670 and usually took a jug form, it wasn't until the middle of the 1700s that decanters were seen in a form we are more familiar with now.

 

This is an Edwardian cut glass decnater with the same cross hatch and linear design to the bottle and the stopper. This would have been in a relatively wealthy household or Gentleman's club of the day.

 

The decanter is in good condition.

 

Dimensions: 27cm x 8.5cm 

rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg
rufus-2.jpg

c8462c36-50b1-65d9-2a88-c7f1a6f1a24d

7737c98e-49ae-e8f7-4bcd-03fabfa283a2

'Monty' Bell

10

Available

£45.00

Buy

suffix

Enquire

SKU:

RJ01765

Period:

0

Until the 1670s wine was served at the table in jug or green glass bottle. The decanter started to appear after 1670 and usually took a jug form, it wasn't until the middle of the 1700s that decanters were seen in a form we are more familiar with now.

 

This is an Edwardian cut glass decnater with the same cross hatch and linear design to the bottle and the stopper. This would have been in a relatively wealthy household or Gentleman's club of the day.

 

The decanter is in good condition.

 

Dimensions: 27cm x 8.5cm 

Loading GIF.gif

Need more?

Please enquire and we can source them for you

30% buy-back available on all items

bottom of page