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Period: 18th Century and Earlier
Antique German Roller Jug Lidded Pewter Beer Stein, Monogram FH, 1819
Located in Nuernberg, DE
A gorgeous beer stein, made in Germany. This beer stein has been made in Germany, it is monogramed with FH and dated 1819. Absolutely gorgeous piece still in very good condition for ...
Category

German Folk Art Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pewter

Pair of George III Silver Wine Coasters
Located in London, GB
Pair of George III silver wine coasters with pierced and engraved neoclassical pierced and engraved decoration and fine beaded borders. This attractive pair has its original turned w...
Category

English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

18thC Georgian Toasting Drinking Glass Drawn Trumpet Bowl Tall Stem, Circa 1750
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English, mid-Georgian, Toasting drinking glass with a flared drawn trumpet bowl over a plain straight stem with a conical foot having a snapped off po...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18thC Georgian Wine Drinking Glass Engraved Stag Bowl Cotton Twist Stem, Ca 1760
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English, mid-Georgian, Wine drinking glass with a double series, cotton or opaque twist (DSOT) stem, dating from the middle of the 18th century, circa...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Pair of Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Silver Wine Bottle Coasters, 1786
Located in London, GB
A pair of lovely Antique George III sterling Silver Wine Coasters with wooden bases. The Solid Silver sides of the Coasters each have delicate engraved floral band with a small carto...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Pewter Pedestal Jug
Located in Great Barrington, MA
The antique pedestal jug with hinged lid is made of pewter. One opens the lid with the thumb pressed against the tiny scalloped shell. Notch in lid for spoon.   
Category

European Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pewter

Mid-18th Century Georgian tall Wine Glass hand-blown Cotton Twist opaque Stem
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good tall handblown, English, mid-Georgian, Wine drinking glass with a multi spiral opaque twist (MSOT) or Cotton Twist stem, dating from the middle of the 18th century, ci...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18th C Georgian Wine Drinking Glass Facet Cut Stem Hand Blown, Ca 1785
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand-blown, English, Georgian, wine drinking glass with a facet cut stem, dating from the 18th century, circa 1785. These glasses are very collectable. It is m...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique 18th Century George I Sterling Silver Brandy Warmer, Joseph Clare I 1714
By Joseph Clare
Located in New York, NY
Rare, very early George I period silver brandy/spirits warmer, Joseph Clare I, London, 1714. Wonderful, historically interesting 308 years barware piece. Classic circular tapering ...
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British George I Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Ten Large Champagne Flutes Hand-Blown Glass England 18th Century c-1760
Located in Katonah, NY
Cheers to welcoming friends! This is a beautiful set of ten large (8.5inches tall) English mid-18th century clear champagne flutes. The funnel-shaped bowls are set upon a tubular ste...
Category

English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Blown Glass

Antique Queen Anne Britannia Standard Silver Quart and a Half Tankard
By Robert Timbrell
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A magnificent, fine and impressive antique Queen Anne English Britannia standard silver flat topped quart and a half tankard; an addition to our range of collectable 18th century sil...
Category

English Queen Anne Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Britannia Standard Silver

18th Century French Sterling Silver Two-Handled Wine Bowl on Pedestal Base
Located in New York, NY
French, 18th Century, sterling silver two-handled wine bowl on pedestal base, Paris, 1794. Each scroll handle ends in a leopard's head. Bowl measures 3 1/8 inches high x 5 inches dia...
Category

French Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

TWO Georgian Hand Blown Wine Glasses Bristol Green with Tulip Bowl, circa 1790
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
These are two ( very close pair) of good English wine glasses, hand blown, Bristol Green, lead glass, from the late 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1790. Each glass has a d...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique 1790s Newcastle Sterling Silver ‘Rum’ Decanter Label or Bottle Ticket
By Thomas Watson
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fine and impressive antique Georgian English sterling silver ‘rum’ decanter label / bottle ticket made in Newcastle; an addition to our wine and drinks silverware collection. Th...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique Pair of Sterling Silver Coasters by Joseph Scammell
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver coasters; an addition to our wine and drinks related silverware collection These fine antique George III ste...
Category

English George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

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

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard / Beer Mug 1780
Located in London, GB
A classic Antique George III solid Silver Tankard with a traditional baluster shaped body and standing on a spread pedestal foot. The Lidded Beer Tankard has an ornate monogram engra...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Charles I English Sterling Silver Chalice
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Charles I English sterling silver chalice; an addition to our collectable range of 17th century silverware. This exceptional antique Ch...
Category

Great Britain (UK) Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

American Copper and Wrought Iron Plantation Cauldron on Stand, Circa 1780
Located in Charleston, SC
American copper and wrought iron plantation cauldron with original iron folding handle supported by circular fitted three leg stand with stylized splayed feet. Late 18th Century.
Category

American American Colonial Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Copper, Wrought Iron

Rare Large Jacobite Engraved Goblet
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A rare Jacobite engraved goblet of large size.
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Georgian Cordial or Wine Glass Handblown English Cotton Twist Stem, Circa 1765
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, tall hand-blown, English, mid-Georgian, cordial drinking glass with a single series opaque twist (SSOT) or Cotton twist stem, dating from the middle of the 18th centu...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Wedgwood Creamware Wine Rinsers, Late 18th Century
Located in Downingtown, PA
Wedgwood Creamware Wine Rinsers, (Ref: NY9527-nppk) A pair of rare Wedgwood creamware "Cuvettes" each with leaf-scrolled handles. Measures: Height 3 7/8 inches x 5 1/8 inches ...
Category

Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

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").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Air Twist Ale Glass
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An air twist ale glass. England, circa 1760. Measures: Height: 19 cm (7 1/2"). Diameter: 7 cm (2 3/4").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

English Pearlware Pottery Jug with Speckled Blue Glaze
Located in Downingtown, PA
English pearlware pottery jug with speckled blue glaze, Circa 1780-1800 The pearlware jug with a wonderful speckled blue ground. Dimensions: 6 inches high x 6 1/2 inches wide ...
Category

Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Ceramic, Pearlware, Pottery

Unusual Facet Stem Wine Glass
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An unusual facet stem wine glass England, circa 1770. Measures: Height: 15 cm (6") Diameter: 7 cm (2 3/4").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

George II English Wine Drinking Glass Engraved Bell Bowl Hand Blown, Circa 1745
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good English, Georgian, Hand-blown, Engraved Wine drinking glass, dating to the George II Period of the mid-18th century, circa 1745. These glasses are very collectab...
Category

English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique German Silver Gilt Tumbler Cup
By Johann Christoph Treffler 1
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
A fine and impressive 17th century German silver gilt tumbler cup made in Augsburg; part of our continental silverware collection. This fine antique silver tumbler cup has a plain...
Category

German Other Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

Antique 18th Century Glass Goblet with Engraving from Thuringia
Located in London, GB
Antique 18th century glass goblet with engraving from Thuringia German, c. 1740 Dimensions: Height 29cm, diameter 12.5cm Produced in Germany in c. 1740, this antique glass goble...
Category

German Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Antique Georgian Sterling Silver Lidded Tankard / Beer Mug 1771
Located in London, GB
A classic Antique George III solid silver Lidded Tankard in a traditional straight sided design. The Tankard has a spread foot and a hinged domed lid and has an engraved crest and mo...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

1865 Antique Victorian Scottish Sterling Silver Beaker
By Mackay, Cunningham & Co
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian Scottish sterling silver beaker; an addition to our ornamental silverware collection This exceptional antique Victorian Scott...
Category

Scottish Victorian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Pair of Mid-18th Century French Silvered Brass Verrière Wine Rinsers
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Pair of silvered brass verrière wine rinsers with applied cast brass handles. Traces of original silvering remain. Stamped on the center under side with a head in profile flanked by ...
Category

French Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver Plate, Brass

Antique 18th Century Chinese Export Qianlong Armorial Tankard Cup Mug Cann
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique late 18th century (Qianlong Period, circa 1780) Chinese Export porcelain tankard with floral and armorial coat of arms / crest with bird / hawk / eagle.  
Category

Chinese Export Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Porcelain

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 bow...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut 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 handblown, from lead glas...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

18th Century Creamware Liverpool-Type Mug
Located in New York, NY
A pottery creamware handled mug with a black transfer printed framed picture of children being frightened by demonic mask. The majority of these late 18th century creamware pieces ar...
Category

English Neoclassical Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Pottery

Extremely Rare Pair of Magnum Serving Bottles
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An extremely rare pair of plain baluster shaped magnum serving bottles raised on a pedestal foot. Measures: Height 31 cm (12 1/4") Diameter 16 cm (6 1/4") Period 1700-1749 Year...
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Blown Glass

Rare 18th Century Bristol Blue Glass Decanter Hand Blown with Trailed Neck Ring
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good hand blown bristol blue glass decanter having an unusual snake trailed neck ring and complete with its original lozenge stopper, made of heavy blue lead glass, ci...
Category

English 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 George III Sterling Silver Wine Goblet by Aldridge & Green
Located in New York, NY
18th Century George III period sterling silver goblet by Charles Aldridge & Henry Green, 1769-1785, with a beautifully engraved swan armorial device and elaborate initials AL. The pi...
Category

British George III Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Rare Georgian Ceramic Gin Barrel Tap Flask with Royal Coat of Arms Knights Lions
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
Georgian Gin barrel on tap with Royal coat of arms and depictions of facing knights and seated lions. Latin phrases still visible. Exudes originality as a conversation piece, circ...
Category

English Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Ceramic

Antique 18th Century George II Sterling Silver Brandy Warmer, London, 1743
By Edward Wakelin
Located in New York, NY
Splendid antique English sterling silver brandy/spirits warmer, George II period, 1743 Attributed to Edward Wakelin- the initials in the Gothic style correspond to Wakelin's, perhap...
Category

British George II 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 ra...
Category

English Queen Anne Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

English 1790 Burl Wood Liquor Decanter Travel Bar
Located in Stamford, CT
English 1790 burl wood with four liquor decanter travel bar. Has key included. Just one of a large collection we acquired from a local dealer. Has four antique crystal decanters all...
Category

English Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Crystal, Brass

Antique George II Sterling Silver Lemon Strainer 1756 Georgian
By William Bond
Located in London, GB
A classic George II antique solid silver strainer with a pair of impressive handles and a lovely pierced pattern on the base. Made in 1756 by William Bond. Approx. Length incl...
Category

English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Wine Drinking Glass Engraved Armorial coronet hand blown, Dutch circa 1740
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, mid European, mid-18th century, handblown, wine drinking armorial glass; the bowl having an engraved crown coronet, circa 1740. These glasses are very collectab...
Category

Dutch Georgian Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Rare Slice and Flute Cut Double Magnum Decanter
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A rare slice and flute cut double magnum decanter. England, circa 1790. Measures: height: 43 cm (17"). Diameter: 16 cm (6 1/4").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Blown Glass, Cut Glass

Slice & Flute Georgian Spirit Decanter Engraved with Prince of Wales Feathers
Located in Steyning, West sussex
A slice and flute cut glass spirit decanter engraved with the prince of Wales feathers fitted with target stopper. England, circa 1795.
Category

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

Engraved Opaque Twist Wine Glass
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An engraved opaque twist wine glass. England, circa 1770. Measures: Height: 17 cm (6 3/4"). Diameter: 7.5 cm (3").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Unusual Pedestal Stem Sweetmeat
Located in Steyning, West sussex
An unusual pedestal stem sweetmeat with ribbed and notched bowl. England, circa 1750. Measures: Height: 17.5 cm (7"). Diameter: 9.5 cm (3 3/4").
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

Wine Drinking Glass Jacobite Engraved 1706 & Cunningham Clan Crest, circa 1740
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, English, mid-Georgian, handblown, wine drinking glass, with strong Jacobite relevance; the bowl having 1706 engraved on one side, with the Cunningham family cres...
Category

English George II Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Glass

17th Century Bohemian Engraved Glass Goblet c1680
Located in Whitburn, GB
Technical Description A fantastic 17th Century Bohemian glass goblet dating to between c1680-90. It has a spiked gadrooned conical bowl with classic Bohemian engravings includi...
Category

Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Blown Glass

1960s Jens Quistgaard Danish Rosewood Ice Bucket by Wenge
Located in Knebel, DK
Jens Quistgaard wenge rare ice bucket in conical form, flared at the base, with integrated handle and carved lid. Branded mark on base “wenge/Dansk Designs/Denmark/JHQ/llsort". ...
Category

Danish Scandinavian Modern Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Rosewood

Chinese Export Porcelain Armorial Tankard, Mosey with Pulleyne in Prentice, 1755
Located in Downingtown, PA
Chinese export porcelain armorial tankard, Mosey with Pulleyne in Prentice, circa 1755. The Chinese Export Tankard unusually painted with both a large armorial and a large crest...
Category

Chinese Chinese Export Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Ceramic, Porcelain

17th Century Antique German Silver Beaker
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive 17th century German silver Beaker made in Augsburg; part of our continental silverware collection This exceptional antique 17th century silver ...
Category

German Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

Vintage Handcrafts Wood Wine Carry Case 3 Bottles with a Urn Front/Back
Located in SITTINGBOURNE, Kent
Vintage handcrafts wood wine carry case 3 bottles with a urn design front & back. The item is in good condition , it can be used at home, hotel, pubs, B&B, cottage, office or shops d...
Category

Art Deco Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Wood

Antique German Silver Tankard by David Eckrich
By David Eckrich
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive, rare antique German silver quart tankard; an addition to our range of collectable 17th century silverware This exceptional antique German silv...
Category

German Antique 18th Century and Earlier Barware

Materials

Silver

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