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Antique Victorian Wine Bottle Case by Favell, Elliott & Co.

  • $ 26500


DESCRIPTION

Antique Victorian British Wine Bottle Case by Favell, Elliott & Co.

This piece of Victoriana was a table decoration case to hide an open bottle of wine as it was deemed crude and unattractive at the time to have alcohol openly displayed if it was not decanted in the appropriate manner.

These are hard to locate items especially in original working condition from such an esteemed maker.

Marked: RF E & Co Ltd
3746
X22 T
Ra No 125245

London & Sheffield
Rupert Favell was active under the style Rupert Favell & Co at Bedford (Plate) Works, Bucknall St, New Oxford Street, London (1879-1883). Henry Elliott joined Favell in 1883 and the firm was changed to Favell, Elliott & Co. The firm was active also at 13 Norfolk Lane, Sheffield (1884-1891). In 1890, after the retirement of Elliott, the firm was restyled Rupert Favell & Co and in 1893 was acquired by William Hutton & Sons.

A fabulous collectible unique table decoration for your home bar decor or Victorian home decor.

MEASUREMENTS

Item measures 10.5“ tall by 3.9“ base diameter and weighs 1 lb 11oz.

CONDITION

In good condition (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description)

Shop Ref: Box No. 1

Condition Disclosure
All our items are vintage/antiques and most have had decades of use. A buyer of vintage objects should assume a baseline of wear. I am always honest and clear in my descriptions and always endeavor to point out any flaws to avoid disappointment but I cannot disclose every minute sign of use on our items as it would be impossible to do so. You should assume these are present unless we specify otherwise here at the beginning of the condition report.

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