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Red Retro Serving — 8 classical gilded glasses
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Classical set of eight small stem glasses enamelled with a standing rooster and gilded, ideal for serving aperitif, port or sherry; vintage English circa 1950. Technically Retro refers to a new item that imitates any old style and design. Homewares in such style were produced from around the 1970s onward. Retro designed items often have a mix of decorative elements from several different styles that were popular in the past.
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8 Aperitif Cock Enameled and Gilded Glasses Vintage English circa 1950
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8 classical gilded glasses

Vintage English, circa 1950

Classical set of eight small stem glasses enamelled with a standing rooster and gilded, ideal for serving aperitif, port or sherry; vintage English circa 1950.

Condition: Vintage — in fine condition

Technically Retro refers to a new item that imitates any old style and design. Homewares in such style were produced from around the 1970s onward. Retro designed items often have a mix of decorative elements from several different styles that were popular in the past.

Size

10.5 cm high
14 UK 1 remaining in stock. Safely packaged in a well padded box. Free UK delivery, 14-day returns (30 days for faulty items).
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How to care

Clean glass jugs, wine decanters and claret jugs immediately after use - that way it is easy to remove the stains before they set onto the glass surface.


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How to care

Decanters, wine carafes and narrow jugs can be cleaned using rock salt or rice and vinegar. Salt acts as an abrasive. Rinse well and let it dry thoroughly.

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How to care

Traditionally, tough wine stains inside glass decanters can be removed by rolling buckshot; nowadays they are called decanter cleaning rolling balls.