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RIBBED GLASS DECANTER WITH SILVER COLLAR

£1450
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RIBBED GLASS DECANTER WITH SILVER COLLAR

£1450

An Edwardian decanter by John Grinsell & Sons, ribbed pinch glass with sterling silver collar.

Hallmarked Birmingham 1901.

Height: 26 cm | 10.25 in
Width: 9 cm | 3.5 in
Depth: 9 cm | 3.5 in

Weight: 0.9 kg.

 

John Grinsell & Sons History:

The business was established in Birmingham circa 1864 as Grinsell & Bourne.
When the partnership was dissolved (1871), John Grinsell started a new business with his four sons, as John Grinsell & Sons.
The firm was active at Victoria Works, 57 Tower Street, St. George's, Birmingham.
Show rooms were opened at 13 Charterhouse Street, Holborn Circus, London and 73 West Nile Street, Glasgow.
In 1905c. the firm was converted to John Grinsell & Sons Ltd. 
The firm specialized in the manufacture of silver-mounted glass, stoneware and ceramic items.