Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers
Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers
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Four Anglo-Irish Georgian Cut Glass Double-Lip Wine Rinsers

DETAILS
Four antique Georgian colorless glass wine rinsers with fine, diamond-cut glass banding and fluting. Note: an assembled set of similar rinsers. Price is for (4) rinsers.

A wine rinser or cooler was traditionally used to rinse or chill the diner's wine glass between formal dinner courses. A rinser is placed next to the each place setting at the dining table. The spout is designed to hold the stem of the glass with the wine glass inverted. Today they also make attractive bowls or vases.
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DATE
Late 18th century
DIMENSIONS
(4) Width 5.75 Depth 4.5 Height 3.5 inches
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