For sale from W & W antiques is a strikingly designed 19th century glass and silver plate whisky noggin in the distinctive style of Christopher Dresser from the late 19th Century.
- The Victorian era ribbed glass whisky noggin is in a baluster form, with ovoid body and provides excellent grip with no chips, cracks or marks.
- The highly distinctive angular handle is in good condition and provides the striking design basis for this item balanced by the bird beaked jug for poring.
- All metal work in silver plate, with an attractive and decorative thumb lifter in the form of a five feathered crown as shown in the photographs.
- The hinge to the lid works well and with the thumb lifter functions for pouring whisky.
- The silver plate has some wear to the lid top as shown in the photographs due to its age at circa 135 years of age and a little to the corner of the handle.
- This does not detract from the very pleasing design made famous by Christopher Dresser in particular the balance of the angular handle and the bird-beaked spout to the jug, the overall form of the little whisky noggin just works well. A rare, distinctive and charming little item.
- ** please note: The single malt and dram glass are not included in the price, just for context and scale, we will be using them both!
Free delivery in the UK as priced. International buyers are welcome, but please contact us prior to payment to confirm the additional packaging, insurance and shipping costs by way of acceptance to your country. Purchaser responsible for local import tariffs/fees.
If you are interested in multiple items, please contact us for combined postage.