Panther Head Decanter, Smoke

$7,500
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1058665
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The Design
Lead-free smoke crystal decanter featuring a sterling silver panther head stopper. Handcrafted in the Asprey London workshops.

Product Care
This item is lacquered and will not tarnish. A soft clean cloth may be used to gently clean this item. Please do not use silver cleaner or abrasives.

The crystal decanter may be washed by hand with mild detergent and warm, not hot, water and immediately dried with a soft cloth to avoid spots. Do not use abrasives or acidic agents. Not dishwasher safe. Cleaning in a dishwasher may result in the silver part detaching from the decanter.
Features
  • Asprey hallmarked Sterling Silver
  • Made in the Asprey London workshops
  • Exclusive Asprey design
  • Panther head features amber glass eyes and is plated with black ruthenium
  • Mouth-blown, hand cut, lead-free, smoke crystal decanter
  • Each glass stopper is indivdually cut for the decanter with matching numbers on the stopper and the decanter base
  • The silver head is lacquered and will not tarnish.
Specification
  • Collection : Animal Head Decanters
  • Material : Lead Free Crystal, Sterling Silver
  • Height : 30cm / 12"
  • Length : 11.5cm / 4.5"
  • Width : 11.5cm / 4.5"
  • Volume : 1.5L
  • SKU : 1058665

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