A group of three Victorian glass serving bottles. They are all of similar design and are from the same period c1850. These items were sometimes used like decanters for serving at the table, and they were also employed at hotels or higher quality taverns for serving spirits. Note the rim which has a collar and indent, this was to allow for a string to be tied, which had a cork at the other end, and this is how these serving bottles were stoppered - a simple cork. These three are in great colours of sea green, cobalt blue and amethyst, typical of the early Victorian period. They are hand made and the pontils have been ground and polished out.
All in good order with wear to the bases and a few scuffs and scratches around the body in keeping with the period.
Height: 30 cm ( 11 3/4 inch )
Width: 8.5 cm ( 3 3/8 inch )
Weight: 1236 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 0679 AG17-1
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