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Hexagonal Port or — Engraved port glass
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Elegant small tulip shaped glass for serving port, sherry and other dessert wines, with engraved grapes decoration on a hexagonal baluster stem; antique English circa 1900. Long Victorian period (1838-1901) spanned over an immensely prolific time in the history of art and design. It covers such great fashions as Gothic Revival, the Pre-Raphaelites, Aesthetic Movement, Expressionism, Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau. That was quite unlike any other period.
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Hexagonal Port or Sherry Tulip Cut Glass Antique English circa 1900
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Engraved port glass

Antique English, circa 1900

Elegant small tulip shaped glass for serving port, sherry and other dessert wines, with engraved grapes decoration on a hexagonal baluster stem; antique English circa 1900.

Condition: Antique — in fine condition

Long Victorian period (1838−1901) spanned over an immensely prolific time in the history of art and design. It covers such great fashions as Gothic Revival, the Pre-Raphaelites, Aesthetic Movement, Expressionism, Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau. That was quite unlike any other period.

Size

13 cm high
14 UK 0 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.