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Design for Veuve Clicquot by Jason Brooks
'My kitchen is a stage' illustratoin for Brizo tap company by Erin Petson
Pen, ink and pencil sketch by Robert Caney of a grotesque demon holding his nose, his left arm round the neck of a bottle of wine, holding a glass of wine in his right hand. Probably a detail of a drop curtain representing the Haunted Vaults of the Castle for Act 1, scene 3 in 'The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast' by J. Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins, Drury Lane Theatre, 26 December 1900.
Design, pen and ink sketch, for BEST 'Forest' showroom, Richmond, Virginia, USA, by James Wines and SITE, New York, 1978.
Tour poster advertising April Wine, the Harder..Faster tour
Poster advertising Wine, Women and Song
Loose-fitting style in écru cotton with an écru and pale blue-grey collar, made in England 1890-1915
For a girl; écru silk printed with a floral pattern in blues and yellows, with a 'petal' collar; Daniel Neal label, made in England, 1934-35
19thC, Minutolisches Institut Liegnitz; Anon, Wine glasses & cup with cover, Italian
Topographical Album, 19thC, Smith Collection vol. II; Anon. Portugal, Oporto, River Douro
Topographical Album, 19thC, Smith Collection vol. II; Anon. Portugal, River Douro, port wine making district, Douro boats
Topographical Album, 19thC, Smith Collection vol. II; Anon. Portugal, River Douro, port wine making district, terraced vineyards
Black and white photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson depicting a wine grower in Champagne. France, 1960.
'Martini sweet … or dry'. Colour offset lithograph poster advertising the fortified wine. Designed by Ashley Havinden. Great Britain. 1950.
Anonymous, 'Septembre 1943' [September 19431]. Three men and two women drinking wine around a table in front of a house. Gelatin-silver print from French album 1928-1947.
Dummy magnum wine bottle with Mouton Rothschild label designed by Marc Chagall
Menu card (from a set of 3) advertising Moët & Chandon champagne. Illustrated with a woman holding a glass of champagne. Colour lithograph designed by Alphonse Mucha, ca.1900.
Wine list designed by A. C. (?) and issued by Scotts Restaurant Ltd., Coventry Street, London. Colour lithograph, ca.1950.
Photograph of three bunches of grapes (Muscat Of Alexandria), gelatin-silver print by Charles Jones (1866-1959), 1903, from Charles Jones album.
Photograph of three bunches of grapes (Muscat Of Alexandria) gelatin-silver print by Charles Jones (1866-1959), 1901, from Charles Jones album.
Wine label for Chateau Mouton Rothschild
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1911. Poiret-style evening gown in asymmetrical spiralling drapes of black satin lined with claret red and white lace, with fringed accent of white and claret tassels.
1 of 62 fashion designs for Summer, 1911.
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1911. Evening gown in layered deep wine red chiffon over deep royal purple, with claret roses detail.
1 of 62 fashion designs for Summer, 1911.
Wine cup (jue)
Met, China, vess/cont/holders
Bacchus; Bronze Italian 16 or 17C
Mahogany, circular with cut-outs for wine glasses and a gallery for decanters, English, 1740-60
Wine table designed to hold a decanter and glasses, cast iron, made in England, late 18th century
Wine glass, cut and engraved with thistles, shamrocks and roses, England, 1810-30
Papyrus pattern wine glass, designed by Michael Boehm for Rosenthal Glas ag., Selb, about 1975-9
Wine glass, Schneeblume pattern (Snowflower), designed by Michael Boehm for Rosenthal Glas ag., Selb, about 1975-9
Wine goblet and stem
'Kaveri' wine goblet, turn mould-blown glass with plastic stems, designed by Jorma Vennola in 1979 for Iittala glassworks, first produced 1980, Finland
Decanter and stopper
Decanter and stopper, cut and gilt green glass, England (probably Bristol), about 1790-1820
Wine glass, one of a pair, Netherlands, late 17th to early 18th century
Decanter and stopper, glass with engraved decoration, inscribed 'PORT', England, 1765-80
Wine glass, one of a pair, possibly designed by Philip Webb and made by J. Powell and Sons, probably London, about 1859
'Blanche' champagne glass from set with jug and sherry, cocktail and goblet glasses, designed by Gunnar Cyrén for Orrefors Glassworks, Sweden, 1982
White wine glass, Sweden, in production 1922-65, this edition 1948, designed by Simon Gate in 1922 for Orrefors Glassworks
Champagne glass, engraved, England, late 19th century
'Hagueneau' champagne coupe glass, press-moulded and mould blown glass, designed in 1924 by René Lalique for Lalique glassworks (Verrerie d'Alsace), available in the catalogues 1928-47, Wingen-sur-Moder
Decanter and stopper, glass with cut decoration, England or Ireland, 1800-20
'Tear' wine glass with four applied green trails, probably designed by Harry J Powell at James Powell & Son (Whitefriars Glassworks) Ltd, London, 1899
Glass Decanter from a set with assorted glasses (tumbler, liqueur, cocktail, champagne, white wine), designed in 1922 by Simon Gate for Orrefors Glassworks, Sweden, this edition produced 1965
Drinking glass from a set comprising decanter and assorted glasses (tumbler, liqueur, cocktail, champagne, white wine), designed in 1922 by Simon Gate for Orrefors Glassworks, Sweden, this edition produced 1965
Silver Gelatin print by Curtis Moffat depicting a bottle of wine, glass containing wine, knife, loaf of bread and newspaper. C.1930.
Silver Gelatin print by Curtis Moffat depicting a bottle of wine, glass containing wine, knife, loaf of bread and newspaper. Version of E.3596-2007. C.1930.
Colour C-Type Print by Adam Lowe, circa 2004, depicting bottle of wine, glass with wine, knife, loaf and newspaper. Colour print of E.3596-2007.
Colour print by Curtis Moffat depicting a bottle of "FINDLATER'S Fino Sherry Wine", with a glass on the left, corks and 2 crackers on a plate to the right. Text beneath reads "FINDLATER'S Fino sherry Wine is in every way a wine suitable for all occasions. Pale amber in colour, with its attractive aroma of the "flor", this sherry possesses the bouquet of a true fino. Light and gentle it leaves the palate with a dry and refreshing finish. A wine that will not only quench the thirst and give an appetite but will grace any sideboard. 5/3". Mounted on wooden board, signed "Curtis Moffat". Advertising. c.,1930.
Dining room furniture and accessories for a modern dolls' house built in a late twentieth century urban style, made in England by Christopher Cole in the 1990's.
Bottle label for Fressingfield dry white wine, colour offset lithograph; British, 1976.
General Description: Paper carrier bag for the wine merchant G du V, South Kensington. 1987
Paper carrier bag for the wine merchant G du V, South Kensington.
Statuette, white marble, french, 18th century, Harvest and Vintage
Statuette, Bacchus, 18th century
Wine cooler, silver-gilt. Benjamin Smith II and James Smith III, 1811.
Frame and Picture of a drinking Cavalier, Rome, 1870
Silver, Birmingham hallmarks for 1829-30, mark of Unite and Hilliard.
Silver, London hallmarks for 1840-41, mark of Reily and Storer.
Silver, Sheffield hallmarks for 1860-61.
Silver, Sheffield hallmarks for 1821-2, mark of R. Gainsford.
Silver, London hallmarks for 1805-6, mark of Phipps and Robinson.
Electroplate, England, 1850-1900
Silver, no hallmarks, Edinburgh ca.1820, mark of John McKay
Silver, no hallmarks, London, 1750-1790, mark of Thomas Hemming
Silver, (no marks), India?, ca.1850