Pair Tall William IV Green Glass Serving Bottles with Original Coasters and Silver Caps Hallmarked c1838

£650.00 $799.89 Product Code: 2022092804

Technical Description 

A superb pair of tall 19th century glass serving bottles in green with ornate solid silver caps hallmarked for London 1838 with makers mark for Charles Reily and George Storer who were silversmiths in London from 1828.

 

Original ornate fruiting vine silver plate and cork stoppers with slice cut neck and polished pontils. They have their original silver plated ornate fruiting vine and wooden coasters.

 

A superb pair in wonderful condition

Date & Origin 

England London, c1838. Period of William IV

Condition

Excellent, age-related wear as shown. No chips cracks or restoration, clean and clear. 

Dimensions 

Height: 40cm (Including stopper) Diameter: 8cm.

Historical Relevance 

English steamship "Great Western" crosses the Atlantic and docks in New York

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