Rare Antique Victorian Silver & Glass Claret Jug or Wine Decanter 1872 Armorial

Rare Antique Victorian Silver & Glass Claret Jug or Wine Decanter 1872 Armorial
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1872 England
A magnificent Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Mounted Claret Jug with a clear glass body. The Jug boasts an impressive handle created in the shape of a vine branch with leaves and vines applied. The neck of the Jug and spread foot are plain polished silver and the Wine Jug has a grape and vine designed finial. The Jug has an unusual plain glass body with an armorial etched into the glass showing the motto Quid Clarius Astris (What is brighter than the stars?)

Made in London in 1872 by John, Edward, Walter & John Barnard (Barnard & Sons)

Approx. Height - 35.4cm

This Wine Jug has a full English Hallmark on the neck and foot.

This Claret Jug is in excellent condition with no damage.

STOCK CODE - WIN01 VIC01.
Made in England
Date - 1872
Maker - Edward Barnard & Sons

Height 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Width 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Depth 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£2,400

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