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Style: Georgian
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, ...
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1790s English Antique Georgian Barware

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Sterling Silver

Tiffany English King Sterling Silver Wine Bottle Coaster
Located in New York, NY
English King sterling silver wine bottle coaster. Made by Tiffany & Co. in New York. Round well with chased wavy borders. Applied bead-and-reel rim interspersed with scallop shells. ...
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Early 1900s American Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georgian (George III) Period Sterling Silver Wine Funnel By William Bateman
Located in New York, NY
Georgian (George III) Period, sterling silver wine funnel, London, England, year - hallmarked for 1818, William Bateman - Maker. Measures 6 1/2 inches high to top of spout x 3 1/4 in...
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1810s English Antique Georgian Barware

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Sterling Silver

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...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian 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
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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Brass

George IV Indian Colonial Tankard by Hamilton & Company, Calcutta, circa 1830
Located in London, GB
An exceptionally rare George IV Indian Colonial Drinking Tankard made in Calcutta circa 1830 by Hamilton & Company. The Tankard has a slightly tapering form and spreading base. The ...
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19th Century Indian Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Antique English George III Signed Silver Mounted Horn Cup by J. Metcalfe
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine antique English horn cup. By the maker J. Metcalfe of St. Mary Bone Street. With a silver mounted rim and hexagonal plaque to the front. The plaque is engraved with an owner's initials of J.H. All in all, simply a wonderful English cup...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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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...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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Wrought Iron

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...
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1790s German Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Pewter

A Fine Georgian Sterling Silver Wine Funnel by Robert & Samuel Hennell, 1808
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
A very fine & complete George III sterling silver wine funnel, showing a plain bowl with a pierced basin, rising to a reeded rim and a flattened thumbpiece. The underside of the bowl...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Pair of Antique Nautical or Maritime Blown Glass Ship Decanters
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A fine pair of antique glass ship decanters. Each with a square base and stoppers with circular knob handles. Each has a polished pontil mark to the base. Simply a great pai...
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Early 20th Century Unknown Georgian Barware

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Blown Glass

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...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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Silver, Sterling Silver

A Very Fine Georgian Anglo Irish Cut Glass Decanter, United Kingdom Circa 1810
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
A very handsome Georgian Anglo Irish cut glass decanter, showing a base decorated with comb flutes & start cut motifs, rising to a neck decorated with three flat neck rings & basal f...
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Early 19th Century British Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Cut Glass

Pair of Antique George III Glass Decanters with 3 Neck Rings & Mushroom Stoppers
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This pair of antique decanters are unsigned, but presumed to have originated from England and date to approximately 1825 and done in a period...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Glass

A Fine George IV Sterling Silver Brandy Warmer by Barnard & Sons, London 1830
Located in Ottawa, Ontario
An exceptional Georgian sterling silver brandy warmer of fine & large proportions and in extremely good overall condition, by one of the most important & oldest British silversmith firms dating back to 1680. The large sterling bowl...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Early 19th Century Mahogany Bottle Holder
Located in High Point, NC
19th century period Georgian English mahogany bottle holder with six compartments. Each compartment has scalloped solid sides and all of the compartments are connected by a central s...
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19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Mahogany

Set of Eight George III Bristol Blue Wine-Rinsers
Located in Montreal, QC
Hand blown and double-lipped, this set is also cut with vertical blazes for added elegance. The deep cobalt is most desirable and contributes a dash of color and sophisticated style ...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Blown Glass

Petite English Pewter Barroom Half Gill Measuring Cup
Located in Sheffield, MA
The antique pewter cup in the style of a baluster tankard has imprinted twice on the rim "Half Gill." The gill or teacup is a unit of measurement for volume equal to a quarter of a p...
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Late 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Pewter

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...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

5 Antique Sterling Silver Neoclassical Coat of Arm Crest Mint Julep Cups 816g 4"
Located in Dayton, OH
Set of five antique Georgian sterling silver .925 cups / tumblers featuring plated interiors, a decorative band around the top, and stamped with an intricate h...
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Early 1800s Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Geo. 1 Britannia Standard Silver Tankard, Wm. Fleming, Maker, London, 1718-1719
Located in CHARLESTON, SC
Exceedingly rare Britannia Standard Silver Tankard. ("Britannia" standard is .958 pure silver) with lovely hand engraved cartouche. Parcel gilt interior. Lovely clear hallmarks on b...
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Early 18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Britannia Standard Silver

Pair of Georgian Style Liquor Decanters
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of handcut glass liquor decanters with original stoppers. The bottles with ring necks, diamond pattern cut band and draped decoration. The bottoms ...
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Mid-19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Cut Steel

German Faience 'Tin-Glazed Earthenware' Pewter-Mounted Tankard, Thuringia
Located in Downingtown, PA
German Faience Pewter-mounted Tankard, Probably Thuringia, circa 1750 A tin-glazed earthenware tankard with polychrome decoration and pewter cover. The tankard depicts a Turkish horseman with a saber held high over his head with trees and rockwork to either side painted in unusual colors. The inside of the pewter cover with stamped touchmark of a hand-held pair of scales below initials CM. On top of the cover are the initials JAS over 1798. Dimensions: 7 inches high (with cover 9 1/2 inches) x 4 inches x 6 1/2 inches Reference: Catherine Sawinski, the Assistant Curator of Earlier European Art at the Milwaukee Art...
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Late 18th Century German Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Faience

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 an...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique George I Sterling Silver Brandy Warmer / Saucepan / Pan 1725 18th C
Located in London, GB
An elegant Antique George I solid silver Brandy Warming Pan with a plain baluster shape and a sturdy wooden handle. This Brandy Warmer is of parti...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique English Georgian Reticulated Pierced Serpentine Wine Bottle Coaster
Located in Dayton, OH
Large antique English Georgian (George III) wine bottle coaster featuring serpentine form with neoclassical styling, pierced / reticulated deisgn, cork inner and felt lined bottom. 2...
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Late 18th Century Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

George IV Sterling Silver Sherry Decanter Label by Charles Rawlings-Eng., 1828
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Georgian sterling silver decanter label or bottle ticket if you prefer the English style, handmade by silversmith Charles Rawlings in London, 1828 during...
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1820s English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Sterling Silver Georgian Silver Lidded Tankard/Beer Mug 1780 George III
Located in London, GB
A classic antique George II solid Silver lidded Tankard. This Silver Georgian Quart Tankard has an impressive domed hinged lid with a shaped thumb piece and a substantial scroll hand...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique English Edwardian Georgian Sterling Silver Monteith Bowl
Located in New York, NY
Edwardian Georgian sterling silver monteith bowl. Made by William Hutton & Sons, Ltd in London in 1906. Round and curved on raised and stepped foot. Molded curvilinear rim with inter...
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Early 1900s English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

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 inc...
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1780s Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Ceramic, Pearlware, Pottery

Antique George II Sterling Silver Lemon Strainer 1756 Georgian
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 Willi...
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18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

18th-cebtury Bow Porcelain Chinoiserie Tankard
Located in Downingtown, PA
Bow porcelain Chinoiserie tankard, Bow, London, 1760-1765. The unusually painted polychrome Bow porcelain tankard depicts Chinoiserie figure...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Porcelain

Rare Antique George III Georgian Sterling Silver Cup Two Handled 1802
By William Hunter II
Located in London, GB
A rare antique George III solid silver Cup with two impressive acanthus leaf scroll handles. The exterior of the cup is embellished with a granulated texture and has an applied reede...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Early Silver Tankard, George I, London 1718/19, Brittania Standard, William Flemin
Located in CHARLESTON, SC
Very Rare Britannia Standard Early Tankard, George I, London 1718/1719, William Fleming Britannia Standard is .958 pure silver. William Fleming is a highly prized and collected tanka...
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Early 18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Britannia Standard Silver

Large William Yeoward Athena Crystal Red Wine Stem or Goblet
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Priced Each! Large William Yeoward Athena Crystal Red Wine Stem or Goblet
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21st Century and Contemporary British Georgian Barware

Materials

Crystal

A Pair of English Sliver Plated and Engraved Glass Claret Jugs
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A Pair of English Sliver Plated and Engraved Glass Claret Jugs England, 20th Century A stunning pair of monumental English silver-plated and engraved glass claret jugs from the 20t...
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20th Century English Georgian Barware

Materials

Silver Plate

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...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian 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...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Glass

Thomas Heming 1801 Georgian Set of 4 Sterling Silver Quaich Cups
Located in New York, NY
Thomas Heming set of 4 hand-beaten sterling silver quaich cups, made in London, England, in 1801 (Georgian era), adorned with an engraved crest and with 2 handles. They measure 4'' f...
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Early 1800s English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

English Silverplated Figural Double Wine Trolley
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
English silverplated figural double wine trolley England, 1900s  Exquisite English silverplated figural double wine trolley, originating from the 1900s in England. This elegant piece boasts intricate workmanship and timeless charm. Measuring 21.5 inches wide and 5 inches high, it features supporting putto figures on each side, standing at 7.5 inches tall, enhancing its classical allure. The trolley includes wood wine coasters...
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Early 20th Century English Georgian Barware

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Silver Plate

Italian Silver Plated Barware / Tableware Wine Pourer
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Introduce a touch of Italian elegance to your barware collection with our Late 20th Century Italian Silver-Plated Wine Pourer. This exquisite piece seamlessly blends functionality wi...
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Late 20th Century Italian Georgian Barware

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Silver Plate

19th Century Sterling Silver Barware Wine Cooler / Ice Bucket
Located in Tarry Town, NY
Transport yourself to the opulence of the 19th century with this Italian Sterling Silver Barware/Tableware Wine Cooler or Ice Bucket—a true masterpiece in design and craftsmanship. T...
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1820s Italian Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georgian Glass Roamer Bristol Green , English Regency period circa 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an excellent example of an early 19th century, English, hand blown, Bristol green wine drinking glass or ROAMER which we date to the George 111rd...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Glass

Vintage Gucci Silverplate Animal Cups Signed Italy, 1970s
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Set of four silver plated animal heads animals, goblets, cups, made in Italy. signed: Gucci, ITALY. The set includes 2 wild boars, 1 horse and 1 fox. The fox's ...
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1970s Italian Vintage Georgian Barware

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Silver, Silver Plate

36 English Hotel Silver coffee/tea pots, Nice Weight And Quality. Priced Per Pot
Located in Buchanan, MI
36 English Hotel Silver coffee/tea pots,Nice Weight And Quality. Priced Per Pot. These came out of a very prestigious hotel and are in pristiine c...
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20th Century English Georgian Barware

Materials

Silver Plate

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...
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Late 17th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique George III quality mahogany callarette
Located in Ipswich, GB
Antique George III quality mahogany callarette having a quality figured mahogany and satinwood inlaid stringing, with a lift up top opening to reveal the original storage compartment...
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19th Century Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Mahogany

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...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian 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...
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1780s British Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

George III Period Antique Sterling Silver Mint Julep Cup or Beaker - London 1802
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1802 by Thomas Oliphant, this handsome, George III period, Antique Sterling Silver Beaker, is plain in design, with a reed border around the base. The beake...
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Early 1800s English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georgian Wine Glass Bristol Green Conical Bowl Knoped Stem, English circa 1815
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an excellent example of an early 19th century, English, hand blown, Bristol green wine drinking glass which we date to the George 111rd Regency p...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Glass

Treen Wine Bottle Corker or Cork Compressor
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Treen Wine Bottle Corker or Cork Compressor This wonderful piece has been turned from Sycamore, it has a leather hinge which opens to access the1corking channel this has a metal l...
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19th Century Antique Georgian Barware

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Sycamore

Georgian Lead Glass Tumbler or Beaker Engraved Handblown English, Ca 1800
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare English handblown Georgian Large Beaker or Tumbler drinking glass, engraved with a horse drawn carriage, dating to Circa 1800. Large Georgian tumblers...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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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...
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Mid-18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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Glass

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...
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Late 18th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

Materials

Glass

Georgian Rummer Drinking Glass Hand Blown with Ball Knop, English circa 1810
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...
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Early 19th Century English Antique Georgian Barware

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Glass

Thomas Wallis II Antique 1800s Pair of Sterling Silver Goblets
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Georgian English sterling silver goblets; an addition to our range of wine and drink related silverware. These exceptional antique George III English sterling silver goblets have a plain circular bell shaped form to a waisted pedestal onto a circular foot and square foot. The upper rim of each body is embellished with a bright cut engraved band of floral and foliate ornamentation. The circular feet are ornamented with bands of tooled decoration. Each square foot is accented with a simplified pin struck border. Condition These antique goblets...
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Early 1800s English Antique Georgian Barware

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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...
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Mid-18th Century Irish Antique Georgian Barware

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Glass

Georgian barware for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Georgian barware for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the Late 20th Century, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage barware created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, decorative objects, case pieces and storage cabinets and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, silver and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Georgian barware made in a specific country, there are Europe, United Kingdom, and England pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original barware, popular names associated with this style include John Langlands I & John Robertson I, John Emes, Gucci, and Paul Storr. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for barware differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $249 and tops out at $120,955 while the average work can sell for $1,681.

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