Stag Head Bottle Stopper, Silver

$1,390
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The majestic sterling silver stag is full of character, meticulously crafted by our silversmiths in London.
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The Design
Do you appreciate “old wood to burn, old wine to drink, old friends to trust and old authors to read,” as did Francis Bacon? If so, you are certain to appreciate this limited-edition bottle stopper, for occasions when you save some wine to savour later.

The majestic sterling silver stag is full of character, meticulously crafted by our silversmiths in London. The face and antlers are lovingly detailed. Asprey is unique in being the only Bond Street retailer with a fully functioning silver workshop above the flagship store, with separate rooms for making, polishing and smithing with glowing furnaces. This is an integral piece in our distinctive Stag range, which includes an ice bucket, decanters, tumblers and shot glasses.
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  • Material : Sterling Silver
  • Height : 12cm / 4.7"
  • Width : 7cm / 2.3"
  • SKU : 1045862

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

Silver: Pursuit of Perfection

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