Antique Wine Accessories - Miscellaneous
There is a huge variety of paraphernalia made to aid the storage, serving and consumption of wine, all made in Britain before 1900. This website has categories for decanters, coasters, wine labels, corkscrews and more, but there is a large number of objects which cannot be conveniently put into the other categories on the site. So they have been grouped together as Miscellanea.
In this category, you will find wine siphons, bottle holders, decanting cradles, champagne accessories (several of those), wine trays, corks and so much more. We hope you will find something rare and interesting here!
Toddy lifters of approximately this pattern were made in large numbers at the opening of... Date: c.1820
Price: UK customers £110, US customers $150, Euro customers €125, Australian customers $195
This is a silver-mounted cork. These are usually made of electroplated metal, while others have... Date: 1892
Price: UK customers £120, US customers $160, Euro customers €140, Australian customers $210
Wicker ( or osierwork) baskets are still being made today, but this basket is unusual... Date: c.1900
Price: UK customers £195, US customers $265, Euro customers €225, Australian customers $340
This is a quite extraordinary pair of, well, what exactly are they? If they were... Date: c.1800
Price: UK customers £295, US customers $400, Euro customers €340, Australian customers $515
In 1734 a vast and extravagant wine cistern was made (it took four years) for... Date: 1736
Price: UK customers £340, US customers $460, Euro customers €390, Australian customers $595
This really delightful small object is formed as a stylised scallop shell with an annular... Date: 1862
Price: UK customers £425, US customers $575, Euro customers €490, Australian customers $745
While apparently a straightforward item of small 'furniture', this is, in fact, a very unusual... Date: c.1830
Price: UK customers £525, US customers $710, Euro customers €605, Australian customers $920
Bottle trays are seldom seen, but this is unusual for several reasons. First, the sides... Date: c.1800 - 1820
Price: UK customers £620, US customers $835, Euro customers €715, Australian customers $1,085
The tantalus was a device for keeping servants away from strong liquor and typically had... Date: c.1870 -1890
Price: UK customers £650, US customers $880, Euro customers €750, Australian customers $1,140
This delightful and rare bottle cradle is designed to hold a single bottle at an...
Price: UK customers £695, US customers $940, Euro customers €800, Australian customers $1,215