Rare Mahogany Decanter Stand with Decanter

Rare Mahogany Decanter Stand with Decanter
Circa 1780
A very rare mahogany decanter stand by James Mein of Kelso. Raised on three original leather castors, having a dished top with a hand carved gadrooned edge.
The 18th century Masonic cut glass decanter is engraved Lodge 154 (The Lodge of'St Anthony'which is the oldest Lodge in the Garioch and the Province of Aberdeenshire, West) and possibly made in Newcastle, having a target stopper, finely engraved with the Scottish thistle and the English rose.

Height with stand 33cm
Decanter height without stand 29cm
Diameter of stand 25cm

Condition
Good

Signed/Inscribed
LODGE 154

W
10.50cm
4.13 inches
H
29.00cm
11.42 inches
D
10.50cm
4.13 inches
Dia.
25.00cm
9.84 inches
Origin
Scottish Borders
Medium
Mahogany Glass
Reference
8112235
£3,350.00

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