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Period: 18th Century and Earlier
18th Century Neoclassical Wine Coasters - Hallmarked in 1790
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1790, this attractive pair of George III period Antique Sterling Silver Wine Coasters, features pierced decoration to the sides, bands of engraved detailing, ...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georgian Rummer Drinking Glass moulded & engraved, English Circa 1790
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good English "RUMMER" Drinking Glass, which were originally drinking glasses used in English taverns in the late 18th and early 19th century. The glass is made from h...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18th C Georgian Jelly Glass with Bell Bowl Cushion Knop Hand Blown, Ca 1790
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English mid-Georgian Jelly glass, dating to the last quarter of the 18th century, circa 1790. These glasses are very collectible. It is made from Eng...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Neoclassical Sterling Silver Pair Of Wine Coasters - London 1799
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1799 by Robert & David Hennell, this very handsome pair of George III period, Antique Sterling Silver Wine Coasters, feature plain sides, reed borders, and si...
Category

English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

!8th Century Continental Silver (.800) Wager/Marriage Cup
Located in New York, NY
Rare, 18th century, Continental Silver (.800) Wager/Marriage Cup, Augsburg, 1781-1783, Christian Drentwert II - maker. The figure is of a woman, arms raised, holding up a cup on a sw...
Category

German Renaissance Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

18th Century Famille Rose Tankard
Located in Tampa, FL
An 18th century Chinese famille rose tankard. Beautifully decorated with a dragon handle and in amazing condition for its age.
Category

Chinese Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of George III Bottle/Decanter Cages Made in London by Daniel Pontifex, 1799
By Daniel Pontifex
Located in London, GB
A Very Rare Pair of George III Bottle/Decanter Cages Made in London in 1799 by Daniel Pontifex These exceptionally rare pieces display an everted, circular, wide, rim decorated with...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

Georgian Brass Ice Bucket
Located in Altrincham, GB
Georgian Brass Ring Bound Pale Ice Bucket - Late 18thC - 10.5"w x 9"d x 9"h
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Brass

Chinese Export Porcelain Bacchus Mug After Derby Porcelain
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chinese Export Porcelain Bacchus Mug After Derby Porcelain, Circa 1785. The Chinese Export porcelain mug is modeled after a Derby porcelain original as the head of Bacchus, the face naturalistically & delicately enameled. The eyebrows, beard and hair picked out with lightly etched brown lines. Around his head is a garland of vine leaves enameled in green, the veins of the leaves well delineated in grey, the bunches of grapes in a rich purple. The "C" shaped handle is decorated with stylized vine leaves, the sides of the thick handle with gold lappets. Dimensions: 4 inches high x 5 1/4 inches wide x 3 1/2 inches deep Reference This type of mug was copied directly from a Derby original that dates to around 1780-1785 and was created by William Duesbury II (1763-97) when the company was known as William Duesbury & Co. For a similar mug, see Sargent: The Copeland Collection: Chinese & Japanese Ceramic Figures...
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Chinese Chinese Export Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of George III Neo Classical Wine Coasters by Robert Hennell, 1773
Located in London, GB
A very fine pair of George III Neo Classical Wine Coasters made in London in 1773 by Robert Hennell The Wine Coasters are circular in form with a spreading base, which is decorated ...
Category

English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

George II Tankard Made in London by John Payne, 1752
By John Payne
Located in London, GB
A Very Fine George II Tankard Made in London in 1752 by John Payne. The Tankard is of a good substantial size and stands on a stepped circular foot. The baluster main body has an ap...
Category

English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Charles II Tankard and Cover Made in London by John Duck, 1681
Located in London, GB
An Important Charles II Tankard and Cover Made in London in 1681 by John Duck This extremely fine piece is of a large tapering cylindrical form with a reeded skirted base. The side...
Category

English Charles II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Queen Anne Britannia Standard Barrel Tankard Made in London, 1708
Located in London, GB
The Morris Tankard. A Highly Important Queen Anne Britannia Standard Barrel Tankard Made in London in 1708 by Ambrose Stephenson This important piece is modelled in an unusual barre...
Category

English Queen Anne Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

18th Century Decanter Box
Located in Buchanan, MI
Very nice 18th century mahogany box fitted with four compartments and three decanters.
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Mahogany, Glass

Antique Norwegian Silver Drinking Cup
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive 18th century Norwegian silver drinking cup; part of our continental silverware collection This fine and impressive an...
Category

Norwegian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

17th Century Newcastle Sterling Silver Tankard
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George III Newcastle sterling silver quart tankard made by John Langlands I & John Robertson I; an addition to our Georgian silver tankard...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Mid-18th Century Wine Glass Hand Blown Cotton Twist Stem, English C 1765
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good hand blown, English, mid-Georgian, Cordial drinking glass with a double series opaque twist (DSOT) stem, dating from the middle of the 18th century, circa 1765. These...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Newcastle Sterling Silver Tankard (1783)
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George III Newcastle sterling silver tankard made by John Langlands I & John Robertson I; an addition to our Georgian silver tankard colle...
Category

British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

17th Century Britannia Standard Silver Beer Mug - London 1699 by John Porter
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1699 by John Porter, this wonderful, William III Period, Antique, Britannia Standard Silver Mug, is straight sided, and features swirled fluting and bands of ...
Category

English William and Mary Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Britannia Standard Silver

18th century Continental Silver Coaster Évora Portugal C.1780.
Located in Toronto, Ontario
18th century Continental Silver Coaster Évora Portugal C.1780. The round coaster on three foliate paw supports, the centre with engraved pin pricked an...
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

A Set Of Six Opaque Twist Wine Glasses
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A set of six wine glasses with bell bowls supported by double knopped, double series opaque twist stems on plain conical feet.
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

A Baluster Wine With Annulated Knop On Domed & Folded Foot
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A baluster wine with flared bowl, above a straight section with annulated knop, on a domed and folded foot.
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

William III Period Antique Britannia Standard Silver Tankard - London 1698
By James Chadwick
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1698 by James Chadwick, this very handsome, William III Period, Antique Britannia Standard Silver Tankard, is straight sided, with reed details to the rim, b...
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Britannia Standard Silver

Fitted Traveling Case Original Blown Bottles & Crimson Brocade Cover Late 18th C
Located in valatie, NY
Fitted traveling case with original hand blown gilt decorated bottles with the original crimson brocade cover, late 18th century. The case retains the original working lock and key o...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Wrought Iron

A Dutch Engraved Tartan Twist
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A Dutch colour twist containing white, red and blue with trumpet shaped bowl, engraved with stars and fruiting vine.
Category

Dutch Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Late 18th Century Pewter Wine Beaker or Cup, Denmark
Located in Haddonfield, NJ
Large Danish Pewter beaker or cup for wine or beer, Denmark Circa 1790-1810 The cup is marked with a large W on the base.
Category

Danish Empire Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pewter

Georgian Rummer Drinking Glass Hand Blown with Square Foot, English circa 1790
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good English "RUMMER" Drinking Glass, which were originally drinking glasses used in English taverns in the late 18th and early 19...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18th C Georgian Jelly Glass with Bell Bowl Cushion Knop Hand Blown, Ca 1780
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English mid-Georgian Jelly glass, dating to the last quarter of the 18th century, circa 1780. These glasses are very collectable. It is made from English lead glass which is relatively heavy and has a soft grey colour. The glass has a bell bowl above a flattened cushion knop which forms a rudimentary stem. The stem leads to a conical foot having a rough snapped off pontil mark to the underside. There are no chips, cracks or any evidence of restoration. Nominal dimensions: Bowl rim diameter: 2.44 inches Foot diameter: 2.27 inches height: 4 inches For similar Jelly Glasses see pages 252 to 254 in the book; Eighteenth Century English Drinking Glasses...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique William III Britannia Standard Silver Quart Tankard
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A magnificent, fine and impressive antique William III English Britannia standard silver flat topped quart tankard; an addition to our range of collectable 18th century silverware. This magnificent antique William III Britannia silver tankard has a plain tapering cylindrical form onto a spreading collet style foot. The surface of this 18th century quart tankard is embellished with an impressive engraved leaf and floral bordered coat of arms depicting party per pale to the first a chevron between three lion's heads erased and to the second a bend raguly. The upper and lower portions of the body are encircled with bands of tooled decoration, with an applied moulded border to the upper rim. This antique quart tankard retains the original double stepped flat topped, hallmarked cover surmounted with an impressive volute scrolling thumbpiece. The cover is further ornamented with a band of tooled decoration to the rim accented with an applied shaped thumbpiece to the anterior edge. The hinge is decorated with ribbed ornamentation and retains the original pin. This antique Britannia standard silver tankard is fitted with an S-scroll handle ornamented with a plain rounded terminal. The spreading collet foot is encircled with a band of applied moulded decoration to the rim. Imperial quart = 2 pints/1.14 litres. Britannia silver - The Britannia silver standard of 958 (95.84% of fine silver), denoted by the icon of the seated Britannia holding an oval shield, was introduced by William III in 1697. This was to indicate the slightly higher standard of silver from sterling silver standard of 925 (92.5% of fine silver). The armourial bearings are those of the Wyndham and Penruddocke family, to commemorate the marriage of Henry Wyndham and Arundel Penruddocke on 11th September 1735. Further detailed information available on request. Condition This antique tankard...
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Georgian Wine Drinking Glass Hand Blown Thistle Bowl Cotton Twist Stem, Ca 1755
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a superb hand-blown example of an English, mid-Georgian, wine or cordial drinking glass with a rare thistle bowl, thick double series opaque twist...
Category

Irish George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18thC Georgian Monteith or Bonnet Glass Hand Blown & Engraved Bowl, circa 1750
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English, mid-Georgian, Monteith or Bonnet Glass, dating from the middle of the 18th century, circa 1750. It is made from English lead glass which i...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique 18th Century Pewter Lidded Continental Glass Beer Stein, Dated 1796
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique 18th century pewter & glass beer stein. In the form of a glass stein mounted with a pewter lid and pewter foot rim. Monogrammed...
Category

German George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pewter

Unusual Pair of Irish Cut Glass Decanters
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An unusual pair of Irish decanters with three cut rings, slice cut band, diamond cut panels and flute cut base.
Category

Irish Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Polished 18th Century Copper Rafraichissoir from France
Located in Dallas, TX
Known as a rafraichissoir, this beautifully polished copper vessel has been hammered using both repousse and chasing metalworking techniques. Beneath the ...
Category

French Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Copper

Air Twist Composite Stem Wine Glass
Located in Steyning, West sussex
Air twist composite stem wine glass.
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18th Century Austrian-Hungarian Pewter Tankard Hinged Lion Lid
Located in Vero Beach, FL
18th century Austrian-Hungarian pewter tankard hinged lion lid. Fine antique Baroque pewter tankard with twist fluted sides and hinged lid topped with a li...
Category

Austrian Baroque Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pewter

Cherry Tree Species Petrified Wood Cross Cut Slice Specimen
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine petrified wood specimen. Perfect for use on the bar or table as a trivet. An old collector's record indicates that it is a species of cherry from Mcdermitt, Oregon. ...
Category

North American Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Petrified Wood

Opaque Twist Cordial with Rib Moulded Bowl
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An opaque twist cordial with rib moulded bowl.
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique Georgian English Sterling Silver Funnel
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fine antique Georgian English sterling silver funnel; an addition to our silver wine and drinks collection. This fine antique George III sterling silv...
Category

British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

18thC Georgian Wine Drinking Glass OXO Engraved Bowl solid Stem, Circa 1760
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English, mid-Georgian, Wine drinking glass with a round funnel (RF) engraved bowl on a solid stem, dating to the middle of the 18th century, circa 1760. These glasses are very collectable. It is made from English lead glass which is relatively heavy and has a soft grey colour. The RF (round funnel) bowl is well engraved with OXO under rim and a facet cut bowl base, sitting on a a solid stem, over a conical foot with a snapped off pontil below to the underside. The foot has an under rim edge chip but is otherwise very good with on evidence of restoration. (NOTE: We do not normally buy Georgian wine glasses...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

George III Cut & Engraved Glass Jeroboam Punch Decanter
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A rare Georgian Period decanter of exceptional size, the decanter of shoulder form finely engraved with a 'PUNCH' cartouche and fruiting vines, fitted with a facet cut stopper.
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Pair of 18th Century Pierced Silver Wine Coasters
Located in London, GB
Pair of lovely antique silver wine bottle or decanter coasters, with hand-pierced openwork sides, decorated with a scrolling leaf design and their ori...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Four magnificent 17th-century Japanese export gold lacquer Liquor or Gin bottles
Located in Amsterdam, NL
A set of four extremely rare and important pictorial-style Japanese export lacquer bottles Edo-period, circa 1650-1680 H. 15.5 x W. 6.9 x B. 7.6 cm (each) The bottles with red cop...
Category

Japanese Edo Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Copper, Gold, Silver

Pair Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Pint Beer Mugs / Tankards 1780
Located in London, GB
A pair of excellent Antique George III Solid Silver Pint Mugs in a classic Georgian style. The Tankards each stand on a spread pedestal foot and each has a gilded interior. Both Mugs have a small crest engraved opposite the handle. These Mugs have a lovely patina commensurate with age. Made in London, England in 1780 by Thomas Whipham...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Chinese Export Porcelain Set of Graduated Famille RoseTankards
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chinese export porcelain set of graduated famille rose mugs or tankards, Circa 1780 The Chinese Export porcelain tankards or mugs ...
Category

Chinese Chinese Export Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Porcelain

An Opaque Twist Glass with Ribbed Bowl
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An opaque twist wine glass with ribbed bowl England, circa 1760.
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Finely Engraved Georgian Liquor Suite
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A slice and notch cut spirit decanter with engraved band with six corresponding glasses. GLASSES HEIGHT 13cm (5 1/4") WIDTH 6.5cm (2 3/4") Height 23 cm (9") Diameter 9 cm (3...
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Georgian English Sterling Silver Quart Tankard
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique George III Newcastle sterling silver quart tankard made by John Langlands I & John Robertson I; an addition to our Georgian silver tankard...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Rare Queen Anne Heavy Baluster Wine Drinking Glass, English, Circa 1710
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good English, hand-blown, Heavy Baluster wine drinking glass, dating to the early 18th century, circa 1710, English queen Anne period. Heavy baluster glasses are rare and very collectable, representing the finest of English drinking glasses...
Category

English Queen Anne Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Engraved Plain Stem Wine Glass
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An engraved plain stem wine glass. England, circa 1750. Height: 15 cm (6"). Diameter: 7.5 cm (3").
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Georgian Period Water Jug
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A Georgian period water jug. England, circa 1795. Measures: Height: 21.5 cm (8 1/2") Width: 14.5 cm (5 3/4").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Elaborate Engraved George III Magnum Beer Decanter
By James Giles
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A rare Georgian decanter of shoulder form wheel engraved with a BEER cartouche surrounded with hops and vines, The reverse engraved with exotic game birds identical to those used by James Giles...
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Facet Stem Flat Cut Sweetmeat
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A facet stem flat cut sweetmeat. England, circa 1760 Height: 15.5 cm (6") Diameter: 11.5 cm (4 1/2").
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Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Georgian Wine Glass Cooler or Rinser Bowl, Irish Circa 1800
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an Irish wine glass cooler or rinser made from lead glass, which is an unusual item from the late 18th or early 19th century. These are about the same size as a finger bowl and were used to rinse or cool wine glasses between each course of the meal at the Georgian dining table...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Set of Ten Engraved Facet Stem Continental Goblets
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A set of ten engraved facet stem continental goblets. Portugal, circa 1785.
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Mid-Georgian Ale Drinking Glass Wrythen Bowl & Stem Handblown, circa 1760
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good English, Georgian drinking glass, sometimes called a "Dwarf Ale" glass, which we date to the mid-18th century. This glass is individually ...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Engraved Irish Rum Decanter Attributed to Cork & Co
By Cork Glass Co.
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An Irish slice cut decanter with engraved rum label attributed to Cork & Co. Ireland, 1790.
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique George III Sterling Silver Wine Goblet, London, Francis Crump, 1770
Located in New York, NY
Fine 18th Century George III period engraved repousse sterling silver goblet by Francis Crump, London, 1770. The use of sterling silver drinking vessels is associated with good health as silver is prized for removing impurities from libations. Lovely historic object...
Category

British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

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