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Set of 5 Antique Georgian Wine Glasses

$600.00 set of 5

Of all Georgian glassware, there is no doubt that Georgian Wine Glasses are the most widely admired and collected. The refined elegance of an antique Georgian wine glass is truly remarkable. There are a multitude of shaped bowl designs and intricate detail work that is …

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Four English Georgian Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers

$875.00 for set of four

Wine Glass Rinsers graced the Georgian and early Victorian dining tables. They were filled with cold water and were used to rinse or chill the diner’s wine glass. A wine rinser was placed next to each setting at the dining table. This was done so …

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Four English Georgian Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers

$975.00 for set of four

Wine Glass Rinsers were a late 18th century invention with necessity. Finger bowls had been used for many years. However, with meals becoming very elaborate affairs, wine glasses were very much in use. Georgian wine rinsers were placed within easy reach of diners. Filled with …

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Antique Victorian Plate Claret Jug

$1,050.00

Claret Jugs were produced throughout Europe beginning in the 19th century. Although France had a large production of fine silver and glass jugs, the diverse and often beautiful designs that we are able to appreciate today, were British. A glass body allows the color of …

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Antique English Georgian Wine Jug

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This Antique English Georgian Wine Jug shows exceptional design and workmanship. Diamond cutting and basal fine vertical hollow flutes – which is defined as a fluted design – illustrates the work that went into this piece. As one can see above these designs, is a …

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Antique Victorian Plate Claret Jug

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A silver plated claret jug is a wine jug made of glass and silver plate. Claret is the British name for French red Bordeaux wine. Although glass had been used as a receptacle for beverages of all kinds for hundreds of years, it wasn’t until …

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Devoted to the color blue 💙

Greetings from Wyler Antiques!!

While looking over our inventory (which continues to grow on a daily basis), we realize that we have a great deal of articles that are the color blue. Therefore, we are devoting this week's Announcement to the color blue. We hope that you like the articles that we have chosen.

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