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Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian

An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian English sterling silver mounted blown and acid etched glass decanter made in the Aesthetics style; part of our diverse wine and drink related silverware collection

SKU: W8013
Price: £2,250.00
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Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian
Blown and Acid Etched Glass, Sterling Silver Mounted Decanter - Antique Victorian

Description


This exceptional antique Victorian glass and sterling silver decanter has been crafted in the late 19th century, Aesthetic style.


This antique blown glass decanter has a plain gourd shaped form onto a circular collet foot.


The glass body of this exceptional decanter is ornamented with an acid etched initial 'R' surmounted by a baron's coronet.


The antique decanter is fitted with a fine hallmarked English sterling silver mount modelled in the form of a bamboo stem, conjoining to the glass body with a realistic bamboo leaf decorated, spreading shaped lower border in relief.


The mount is encircled mid-way with a bamboo leaf decorated girdle.


The rim of the mount displays the inscription 'Jones 41 St James's St & 23 Bt Des Capucines, Paris'.


The decanter is fitted with the impressive hallmarked pierced bamboo leaf decorated stopper.


The stopper has a plain boss and retains the original cork.


Read a brief history of antique decanters


Date: 1881

Condition


The antique mount and stopper are an excellent gauge of silver, fine quality and in excellent presentation condition.

The interior of the decanter has been professionally cleaned, and the glass is in perfect condition.

The hallmarks struck to the surface of the mount and to the stopper are all clear.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of antique glass and silverware.


Dimensions


Height to top of stopper 24cm/9.4"

Height to rim 19.5cm/7.1"

Diameter of collar 3.5cm/1.3"


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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