Stag Head Decanter, Clear

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Special edition lead free crystal decanter with sterling silver animal head stopper. Made by hand in the Asprey London workshops.
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The Design
Asprey's famous range of animal head decanters are exactingly handmade in our London workshops above New Bond Street. Each is made using the finest materials by means of a painstaking process. The lead-free crystal is melted and blown only four times a year, and thanks to the difficulty of achieving a product that reaches our standards, the failure rate (even with the most skilled of craftspeople) is 90% or higher, given the Asprey criteria for quality. The sterling silver stopper is meticulously hand-carved; we offer a range of creatures to add zoological variety to your drinks cabinet or bar.
Features
  • Sterling silver stag head stopper
  • Glass eyes
Specification
  • Collection : Animal Head Decanters
  • Material : Lead Free Crystal, Sterling Silver
  • Height : 28.5cm / 11"
  • Width : 11.5cm / 4.5"
  • Diameter : 11.5cm / 4.5"
  • Volume : 1.5L
  • SKU : 1043983

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