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A late Victorian Chester silver neck glass decanter. The silver mount has four pouring spouts and facet cut glass stopper. The clear glass bottle has a dimple and swirl design and stands on a splayed star cut foot. (1902).
A pair of silver neck and cut glass decanters retailed by Asprey, London with a plain silver double pouring spout and matching stoppers. The cut glass bodies have deep cutting with star cut and floral decoration finished with a star cut base. In good original condition. (1938).
A charming late Victorian silver mounted decanter with a clear glass bulbous body and original silver topped stopper. The neck has four pouring spouts with a silver cape around the body decorated with flowers and scrolls and a single winged cherub. In very good original condition. (1910).
A very simple design John Grinsell & Son locking decanter with a silver plated locking mount that has a bayonet type fitting to release the stopper. The plain onion shaped glass body has four rib design. In very good original condition. (Circa 1900).
A very good quality antique Betjemanns patent locking decanter with the original globe shaped faceted stopper and pouring lip. With a sliding lock and key scroll handle in original gilt condition. The tapering cut glass body has a diamond style cutting and star cut base. In original gilt condition. (Circa 1900).
An exceptional antique heavy silver mounted decanter with a glass barrel shaped body with deep star cutting, plain silver mount and original stopper. In very good original condition. (1921).
A handsome pair of Chester silver spirit decanters with silver mounts and cork stoppers. The clear glass bodies have a hobnail cut design and a star cut base with two silver Port and Sherry labels. (1900).
A very attractive pair of late Victorian engraved glass decanters with the original facet style numbered stoppers. The onion shaped bodies are beautifully engraved with floral scenes and alternate ribbed cutting and with star cut bases. In very good condition. (Circa 1890).