This special whisky jug is cut in the early Hoare pattern, Wheat. It’s mounted with an incredible locking flip top cap by Gorham.
One look at this jug and you’ll know just why the Wheat pattern is so popular – it’s a seamless melding of dense, brilliant cutting mixed with the use of clear areas. One panel of the design is covered in the Russian pattern that Hoare so effectively employed. The other swirled panel of tusks arranged to look like sheaths of wheat. The base of the jug is rayed while the neck of the piece is fluted. Perched atop the neck is a Gorham locking flip top mount with stunning embossed flowers throughout.
The piece is in perfect condition and measures 9 1/2″ tall, 5 1/2″ long, and 3 1/4″ wide. Great glass and silver mount pairings rarely come along – this whisky combines two of the best artisans of the period and exemplifies why they are the most recognizable from the era.
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