A great serving tray using a wine crate from Les Fiefs de Lagrange Vineyards. Using a crate that once held a case of Saint Julien Medoc 2002. Little wood molding to give it a nice finish and little cork feet. This one measures 13 7/8"x 7 7/8" x 1 1/2". Wonderful for the wine enthusiast!
Wonderful serving tray made of a end of a French wine crate!
Each one that we had made is slightly different in size, each from a different vineyard in France. Beautifully framed, and stands on little wine cork feet. Ready to use, and then hang when not in use. Perfect for your wine enthusiast! This one is from the Chateau Grand Corbin Despagne Vineyard. It held a case of Saint Emilion 2004. Measures: 14 1/2" x 8 1/8" x 1 1/2".
From Paris Market, A wood wine crate end, stamped with the vineyard Chateau Clement-Pichon, 2010, has been turned in a charming serving tray! Measures 14 1/2" 8" x 2". Little cork feet gives it a 1" height.
What a treat for your favorite wine lover or for your own bar! Can be hung on a wall when not in use by installing a hook. (ND)
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.
Probably German, 18th Century (chip to base)
Sterling silver flask that holds 1/2 pint. It is hand-engraved on the front with a design and the wording "little brown jug". It measures almost 6.5" tall including the top and 4.25" at its widest. The top unscrews but there is a ring holding it in place so it cannot be lost. It is in great condition and the overall weight is 173 grams. Circa 1910, it is marked on the bottom (please see the pictures.)
Antique English Sheffield plate tantalus with three stoppered cut crystal decanters. Mid 19th century. (minor wear to plate, minor chips to rims).
idea;l for drinking mao tai
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.)
9.5”W x 6.5”D x 8.25”H
Fantastic large, sterling silver oenophile’s pin depicting an openwork scene of two juvenile followers of Bacchus (putti? cherubs?) hauling a heaping basket of grapes to a press.
Perfect gift or adornment for a vintner, wine enthusiast or collector. Circa 1920-40. I’ve been in this business for 20 years, and wine related jewelry is rare...
Fantastic sterling silver oenophile’s ring with a green tourmaline intaglio of an ancient Greek amphora, or wine jug. On either side on the shoulders is cluster of grapes. Perfect gift or adornment for a vintner, wine enthusiast or collector. Finding an old piece with an unusual carving like this is a real treat! It could be anywhere from 1900 to 1940’s. Ring is approximately size 7-7.5 Tiny marks stamped on the inside- see photos...
A handsome sterling silver and gilt decanter tag for BOURBON, ca. 1940; stamped "sterling" and "353"; the oval label engraved in a handsome vintage script with fleur de lis accents; condition: some age appropriate surface scratches; measurement: 2 _ x 2 _ in., the label; height of chain, 3 _ in.
A pair of sterling whiskey labels made exclusively for the British Airways Concorde Jet, 1986. Signed "CONCORDE WHISKY" and "CONCORDE GIN" and the English sterling hallmarks for Birmingham 1986. Each measures 1 15/16" long by 1 1/4" wide with a 6 1/2" chain and both weigh almost 1 troy oz. They are in a grey cardboard box marked "CONCORDE" with a fitted black velvety insert. Excellent condition.....$8 for insured USA shipping & applicable NY tax.
Cheers from the road! An American silverplate folding cup in a covered alligator skin box made by Wm. G. Rodgers, circa 1901. The round shaped box holds a collapsible cup of four sections with hinged handle, marked with makers mark. The cup measures 3" tall extended and 2" diameter. The box measures 2 1/2" diameter x 1 3/4" high. The box is in excellent condition. Cup has minor wear to plate inside base. Toast the future with something from the past!
This is a diminutive Victorian crystal decanter of oval shape with rich foliate scrolled etching above one row of cut hollows and an applied foot. It is pint size, and has an unusual diamond cut neck with a flared rim topped by a molded ribbed medallion stopper, unmarked but possibly Baccarat. Condition: decanter in very good condition; slight wear to base; stopper has a 3/8" chip. Measurements: 10 _" high x 4 _" diam.
Attention wine lovers: this Victorian etched crystal decanter is classic. It is etched with a lovely classic star and key pattern, while the tall neck has 3 rows of cut hollows; on a molded foot ring with a large cut stopper; unmarked but probably old Baccarat. Quart size. Condition: excellent; one edge of the faceted stopper has a small chip. Measurement: 12" high (with stopper) x 6 " diam.
This wonderful vintage set of 10 handblown crystal cocktail glasses and matching lidded pitcher make a handsome statement; ca.1930-1940, possibly made by the highly collectible Italian firm Venini, the glasses have a wonderful angular, modern style with applied turquoise knop stems. the large vintage clear crystal pitcher with lid has a contemporary look, unmarked; having a handblown graceful ribbed form on a knobbed pedestal, and beautiful applied rich turquoise finial, handle, and base...
This is a fine pedestal sterling silver wine taster's cup with handle, circa 1930, having a neoclassic design, marked Sterling 8909x with stylized lion passant underlined by decorative line, unknown maker, measures 1"h x 3"diameter, excellent condition
This is a fine 19th century English silverplate on copper wine coaster with lovely foliate piercing and beading. Condition: very good; crack in wooden base; Measurement: 4 _ in. diam.