Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s

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Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Beautiful wine or water carafe in blown glass, with minute serpentine surface, mounted with a silver plated collar and a stylised dragon shaped handle; antique English Arts & Crafts style, Edwardian period from the 1910s.

Condition: minor surface wear

Size: Height: 29 cm

Arts & Crafts was one of the most important styles in the late Victorian period. Among other sources, the style drew its inspiration from the mythology of the British Isles and from the fabulous legends about king Arthur. The products were designed to a high standard, using traditional materials and techniques.

Facts of Lavish Decanting tip — when should you decant wine before serving it? The time varies depending on the wine — 5-10 minutes are enough for lighter and younger wines, up to 2 hours for older and heavier wines.

Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s
Wine Carafe in Serpentine Glass, English 1910s