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Antique English Georgian Crystal Wine Spirits Liquor Decanter England circa 1830

A handsome antique English Georgian style antique English three ring crystal decanter with faceted decoration from England circa 1830. This elegant decanter has a cylindrical shape and is cut into eight facets that entirely circle the perimetre. The underside of the decanter is also divided into an octagonal divide and fits exactly with each of the eight vertical sections. The upper lip of the decanter extends slightly beyond the lower three rings and fully contains the large stopper. The body of the decanter is set beneath the neck and each of the eight sides has a lovely sloped side that merges into the vertical body. All eight of the vertical sides features a pair of cut circular medallions that serve to capture the light as it strikes the decanter and diffuse the light upon the contents. The spare design with the slightly expanding size of the rings and the simplicity of the medallions gives this decanter a rather modern feel. Originally of course this decanter held good liquor upon a sideboard in a dining room or library and while it will serve ably in this capacity now often it is used as a decanter for water while setting a dinner table.

# EEJ92

DIMENSIONS

3.75" w x 3.75" d x 9.00" h

9.53cm w x 9.53cm d x 22.86cm h

$438.00

A handsome Georgian style antique English three ring crystal decanter with faceted decoration from England c.1840. This elegant decanter has a cylindrical shape and is cut into eight facets that entirely circle the perimetre. The underside of the decanter is also divided into an octagonal divide and fits exactly with each of the eight vertical sections. The upper lip of the decanter extends slightly beyond the lower three rings and fully contains the large stopper. The body of the decanter is set beneath the neck and each of the eight sides has a lovely sloped side that merges into the vertical body. All eight of the vertical sides features a pair of cut circular medallions that serve to capture the light as it strikes the decanter and diffuse the light upon the contents. The spare design with the slightly expanding size of the rings and the simplicity of the medallions gives this decanter a rather modern feel. Originally of course this decanter held good liquor upon a sideboard in a dining room or library and while it will serve ably in this capacity now often it is used as a decanter for water while setting a dinner table.