A Silver Collared Cluck Cluck Decanter

A Silver Collared Cluck Cluck Decanter

95.00

I love a quirky decanter and a cluck cluck (so called because of the noise it makes when it is poured) is just that - this one is made even more glorious with the addition of a silver collar and neck; the silver is hallmarked for John Grinsell & Sons, 1903. The stopper is glass. It stands 23cms high including the stopper.

Antique Victorian Sterling Silver and cut-crystal glug-glug decanter, having swirl-flute shoulders and clear bottom body, with four pinched and fluted central waists between, a plain round neck mount with four pouring spouts, and a hand-cut spherical crystal stopper. Made by Henry Miller of Birmingham in 1898. The dimensions of this fine hand-made antique silver and crystal glug glug decanter are height 28 cms (11 inches), and width at base 11.5 cms (4.5 inches).

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