Antique English three bottle tantalus in coromandel with brass stringing, having a rectangular hinged lid opening to a fitted interior with three original stoppered glass decanters (one with pouring spout). 19th century.
A Rare Stoneware Wine Flask (called a “Schraubflasche” in German), cylindrical with a pewter screw top, sloped shoulder and white glazed body with applied silvered decoration of a scrolling branch with leaves and berries. Silvered underglazed mark on base.
English Regency Decanter Set in mahogany with brass mounted lid, brass knobs and escutcheon; opening to an interior fitted with six gilt decorated square glass decanters, the velvet lined lid fitted to hold two gilt decorated cordial glasses; the whole raised on two brass and two wood feet. Circa 1820.
(One glass, one decanter and two stoppers have been replaced.)