An Irish Georgian Wine Funnel StandSOLD

This wine funnel stand is made by Matthew West in Dublin, c1770.

As is the case with much 18th century Irish silver this piece bears no date letter.

There is a small repair at the border that take nothing away from this charming piece of Silver. Aside from that it is in excellent condition.

 It weighs 46g and measures 10cm.


Type: funnel stand
Function: Wine Related
Maker: Matthew West
Country: Irish


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