Scarce Anglo-Irish Georgian Glass Single-Lip Wine Rinser
Scarce Anglo-Irish Georgian Glass Single-Lip Wine Rinser Scarce Anglo-Irish Georgian Glass Single-Lip Wine Rinser Scarce Anglo-Irish Georgian Glass Single-Lip Wine Rinser
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Scarce Anglo-Irish Georgian Glass Single-Lip Wine Rinser

DETAILS
Three antique colorless glass wine rinsers with half-fluting and polished pontil base. The single lip is an unusual feature.

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.
PERIOD
Early 19th century
DATE
Circa 1800
DIMENSIONS
Width 4.75 Depth 4.5 Height 3.75 inches
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