Fine Antique Silver & Objects of Vertu
SOLD - DECANTERS
The items below have been sold, and remain here for reference purposes only.
Victorian Silver Acid-etched Glass Claret Jug
Made by Charles Freeman, Sheffield 1878
Edwardian Silver & Glass 'Glug Glug' Decanter.
Made by H. Matthews of Birmingham in 1902.
Three Silver & Glass Spirit Decanters.
Made by George Betjemann & Sons of London in 1911.
Art-Deco silver & glass decanter.
Made by Hukin & Heath in Birmingham, 1924.
Height 10.25" (26cm).
Edwardian Silver & Crystal Lockable Decanter.
Made by George Betjemann & Sons in London, 1905.
Height 8" (20cm).
Silver & Glass Whisky Tot.
Made by S. Blankensee & Sons in Birmingham, 1925.
(Whisky label hallmarked in Chester, 1925).
Height 4.25" (10.5cm).
Edwardian silver & glass "glug-glug" decanter.
Made by J. Grinsell and Sons in Birmingham, 1901.
Height 10" (25cm).
Edwardian silver and glass "glug-glug" decanter.
Made by Maxfield and Son in Sheffield, 1909.
Height 9.5" (24cm).
A pair of Edwardian silver and glass "glug-glug" decanters.
Made by Francis Higgins in London, 1903.
Height 12" (30cm).
Edwardian silver & glass decanter.
Made by Charles and George Asprey in London, 1906.
Height 10.5" (26cm).
A pair of silver and glass "glug-glug" decanters.
Made by Hukin and Heath in Birmingham, 1921. Height 11" (28cm).
A pair of silver and cut glass decanters.
Made by James & William Deakin in Sheffield, 1896/8. Height 11" (27.5cm).
Edwardian silver and glass decanter.
Made by J. Neath & J. Middleton in Birmingham, 1906. Height 9.5" (24cm).
Victorian silver and glass decanter.
Made by Thomas Smily in London, 1891. Height 10.75" (27cm).