The finest selection of genuine, practical, and premium antique wine accessories
Fine Georgian Decanters c.1720 - 1830...
From half-bottle to double magnums - plain, engraved or with 'cut' decoration.
A Variety of Victorian Decanters c.1830 - 1900...
Clear or coloured, plain or decorated - we have singletons, pairs and sets of 4
Superb Ship's Decanters
A very wide selection of these rarities - each one a genuine antique example.
A Broad Selection of Wine Coasters
in silver, old Sheffield plate, papier mâché, treen, and other media c1760-1880
Fine and Rare Wine labels
in silver, silver-gilt and plated - from c.1740 - 1880
Glasses and Goblets in many shapes and sizes...
each dating from c.1720 - 1790. We do have modern glasses also - do look!
A Massive Medley of Wine-related Miscellanea
A wide-ranging selection used in the storage, serving and drinking of wine.
Butler’s Antiques, the trading name of Robin Butler, is the world’s foremost dealership in antique wine accessories. With partner Hugh Johnson, the doyen of wine writers and himself another longstanding expert in the subject, we are able to source and offer an enormous selection of fine and rare objects used in the storing, serving and drinking of wine. Not only that, but we guarantee everything we sell to be what we say it is.
We supply those who want practical accessories to enhance their enjoyment of wine, as much as those who collect antiques, so these two criteria are to the fore in the careful selection of what we offer.
To keep our prices highly competitive and offer a personal service, we do not have a shop, and staff; we deal entirely from our website here in rural England. We pack and send parcels securely all over the world and look forward to hearing how we can help you. Simply send an e.mail to email@example.com, or call us on 0(44)7831 194 997 and we will do our very best to be of service.
Pick of the month
Price UK customers £1,500, US customers $2,400, Euro customers €1,875 , Australian customers $2,625
This is a fine example of a "Fruiting Vines and Autumnal Fruits" variation of Sir Edward Thomason's 1802 patent corkscrew. In Fletcher Wallis' numbering, this...
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