Wine Antiques

If you’re a lover of wine and antiques you have found the right antique shop. We sell useable wine accessories and furniture. We have a large selection of unique, well designed cork screws including straight pulls, ring pulls, zig zag, etc. We sell cellar candlesticks, calvados decanters from Normandy, France.Cave a liqueur sets, champagne riddlers, glass wine kegs and glass wine bottles. Tilt-top wine tasters or vernage tables in walnut, oak and fruitwood, perfect for your breakfast table. Grape pickers baskets and hods, wine buckets and champagne buckets which are perfect for your home bar or host’s gift.

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  • French Vintage Pine Wine Rack

    $2,100.00

    50"H x 60.50"W x 12.75"D

    Dimensions: 50” H x 60 ½” W x 12 ¾” D

    A well made vintage French standing wine bottle storage rack made of beautiful pine. A gorgeous hand-carved piece with a highly functional design that is perfect for storing and displaying wine bottles horizontally in order to preserve the cork. The tiered construction consists of a solid pine top followed by 6 staid racks, each with 12 slots to hold 72 bottles or 6 cases of wine. Notched back shelves offer additional support, hold the bottles properly and keep them secure. The pine wood has aged beautifully and has a deep rich tone and patina. Interesting patterns in the woodgrain and notches from years of use give this vintage piece depth and charm. Light but durable and with impeccable woodworking this vintage wine rack would be a great addition for any wine enthusiast to enjoy for years to come. Be sure to view all the images for a closer look.

  • French 18th Century Solid Wine Press Pedestal

    $1,700.00

    50.25"H x 14"W x 14"D

    Dimensions: 50 ¼” H x 14” W x 14” D

    This wonderfully aged 18th century grape press screw – from a winery in France – has been converted into a pedestal with a circular top and octagonal base added later. The shaft would have driven a large stone wheel downward, crushing and squeezing grapes, forcing out their juice as the stone rotates across them. The production of wine is tantamount to French culture, and these larger-than-life screws made producing it en masse a possibility. This antique press, with its deep, rich patina and exceptional texture could be used as column supporting art or a plant or repurposed as a stunning floor lamp. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this interesting antique.

  • Italian Early 19th Century Hand Blown Glass Damigiana

    $695.00

    19.63"H x "W x 9.88"D

    Dimensions: 19 ⅝” H x 9 ⅞” D

    A rare Italian hand blown blue glass damigiana or demijohn hand-crafted in Italy circa 1800. Composed of a gorgeous free-blown aqua blue glass that exhibits trapped air bubbles within the glass and with a sheared lip. Its simply elegant form and unique color make this glass vessel used for transporting wine in 19th century Italy a highly collectible item. In very good antique condition, this piece would make a great addition to any space giving it the elements of texture and dimension. Be sure to view all the images to get a closer look at this beautiful antique.

  • French Green Glass Wine Keg

    $525.00

    19"H x "W x 14.50"D

    Dimensions: 19”H x 14-½”Diameter

    This beautiful, green blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to any space, giving it an element of texture and dimension. They make great vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery or dried flowers. We have a variety of wine kegs available in a range of colors and sizes. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special!

  • French Amber Glass Wine Keg

    $595.00

    18.25"H x "W x 15.50"D

    Dimensions: 18-¼”H x 15-½”Diameter

    This beautiful, amber blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to any space, giving it an element of texture and dimension. They make great vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery or dried flowers. We have a variety of wine kegs available in a range of colors and sizes. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special!

  • French Green Glass Wine Keg

    $350.00

    16.50"H x "W x 11.25"D

    Dimensions: 16-½”H x 11-¼”Diameter

    This beautiful, green blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to any space, giving it an element of texture and dimension. They make great vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery or dried flowers. We have a variety of wine kegs available in a range of colors and sizes. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special!

  • French Clear Glass Wine Keg

    $350.00

    15"H x "W x 11.75"D

    Dimensions: 15”H x 11-¾”Diameter

    This beautiful, clear blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to any space, giving it an element of texture and dimension. They make great vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery or dried flowers. We have a variety of wine kegs available in a range of colors and sizes. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special!

  • French 19th Century Iron Wine Corker

    $1,400.00

    37.25"H x 13.25"W x 9"D

    Dimensions: 37-¼”H x 13-¼”W x 9”D

    A cast iron wine corker from 19th century France. Painted a still vibrant green, fixed with a smooth turned wood handle. This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Hand-Blown Glass Decanter

    $415.00

    12.25"H x "W x 5.25"D

    Dimensions: 12-¼”H x 5-¼”D

    An elegantly neutral hand blown glass decanter from 19th century France. Perfect to use as a simple decor item, as a vessel for flower arrangements, or to decant your wine. Some bubbles in the glass add a touch of antique charm.

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    12"H x "W x 6"D

    Dimensions: 12”H x 6”Diameter

    A charming 19th century hand blown clear glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Hand-Blown Glass Decanter

    $415.00

    13"H x "W x 4.75"D

    Dimensions: 13”H x 4-¾”Diameter

    An elegantly neutral hand blown clear glass decanter from 19th century France. Perfect to use as a simple decor item, as a vessel for flower arrangements, or to decant your wine. Some bubbles in the glass add a touch of antique charm.

  • French 18th Century Amber Glass Wine Keg

    $455.00

    11"H x "W x 11"D

    Dimensions: 11”H x 11”Diameter 

    This beautiful, amber blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color. They make beautiful vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 18th Century Amber Glass Wine Keg

    $455.00

    11.5"H x "W x 11.5"D

    Dimensions: 11-½”H x 11-½”Diameter 

    This beautiful, amber blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color. They make beautiful vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 18th Century Amber Glass Wine Keg

    $695.00

    18"H x "W x 19"D

    Dimensions: 18”H x 19”Diameter

    This lovely, amber blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Wine kegs were used to transport wine from vineyards. They would have been wrapped in straw with a metal basket around them. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color. They make beautiful vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special and individualized!

  • French 18th Century Amber Glass Wine Keg

    $455.00

    10.75"H x "W x 9"D

    Dimensions: 10-¾”H x 9”D

    This beautiful, amber blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color. They make beautiful vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Make sure to view the detailed images!

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    12"H x "W x 6"D

    Dimensions: 12”H x 6”Diameter 

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    11.75"H x "W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 11-¾”H x 5-½”Diameter 

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    12.25"H x "W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 12-¼”H x 5-½” Diameter 

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $350.00

    15"H x "W x 5.5"D

    Dimensions: 15”H x 5-½”D

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    "H x "W x "D

    Dimensions: 12-½”H x 6”D

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful vase. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look!

  • French 19th Century Decanter with Top

    $425.00

    16.50"H x "W x 7"D

    Dimensions: 16-½”H x 7”D

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decantur

    $350.00

    13"H x "W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 13”H x 5”Diameter

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look.

  • French 19th Century Calvados Decanter

    $295.00

    10.50"H x "W x 5"D

    Dimensions: 10-½”H x 5”Diameter

    A charming 19th century hand blown glass decanter from Basse in lower Normandy where Calvados apples are made into brandy. The slim neck and shape indicate their use and region. Smooth and opaque, it’s perfect as a functional decanter or a beautiful decor item. Make sure to view the detailed images for a closer look

  • French 19th Century Champagne Riddling Rack

    $1,200.00

    55"H x 34"W x 28"D

    Dimensions: 55-1/2”H x 34-1/2”W x 28”D

    This is a riddling rack, a standing wooden A-frame rack that’s used in the process of making champagne. It has 120 holes that secure the bottles by the neck at an angle. This is one of the best ways to display a large selection of wine bottles. The dark planks of wood have some visible signs of wear. Circa 1890. Make sure to view the detailed images. Closed: 57-½”H x 28”W x 4-½”D

  • Pair of French 19th Century Green Glass Storage Bottles

    $320.00

    12.38"H x "W x 3.38"D

    Dimensions: 12-⅜”H x 3-⅜”Diameter

    A fine pair of antique blown glass bottles from 19th century France. These wonderful antique vessels add a lovely touch of color and texture to any space. They can be used as vases, serving as displays for fresh cut or dried floral arrangements. These bottles have a beautiful olive green colored antique glass which has bubbles trapped within from the time it was created. The two bottles vary slightly in size: 12-½”H x 3-½”Diameter and 12-⅜”H x 3-⅜”Diameter.

  • French 19th Century Glass Wine Bottles

    $125.00

    12.38"H x "W x 3.75"D

    Dimensions: 12-⅜”H x 3-¾”Diameter

    An extensive assortment of 17 green glass wine bottles that are all quite similar in size, but have wonderful variations that make each bottle an individual work of art. Their heights range from 11-⅜”H to 12-⅜”H and they have diameters ranging from 3-⅜” to 3-¾”. This collection of beautifully crafted antique glass bottles come in a spectrum of green color shades. In addition to being delightful decorative objects, their added functionality as bud vases makes these seemingly ordinary bottles anything but humdrum. $125.00 each. 

  • French 19th Century Green Glass Wine Keg

    $425.00

    18.13"H x "W x 13.13"D

    Dimensions: 18-⅛”H x 13-⅛”Diameter

    This beautiful, green blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color. They make beautiful vessels for displaying sprigs of greenery and can add interest to any room. Take a closer look at the detailed images to explore the subtle variations found in each vessel that makes each one so special and individualized!

  • French 18th Century Carved Oak Wine Press

    $1,695.00

    43.88"H x 6.13"W x 6.13"D

    Dimensions: 43-⅞”H x 6-⅛”W x 6-⅛”D

    This wonderfully aged 18th century grape press screw fragment. The shaft would have driven a large stone wheel downward, crushing and squeezing grapes, forcing out their juice as the stone rotates across them.  This antique press could be incorporated into an architectural project or used as a pedestal.

  • French Vintage Cast Iron Wine Bottle Corker

    $1,500.00

    40.5"H x 30"W x 11.75"D

    Dimensions: 40-½”H x 30”W x 11-¾”D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Made of iron around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. On one side is an oval plate that reads “L. GODIN” with “PARIS” below. On the overflow rim is printed “MOUILLER LES BOUCHONS”. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

  • French Vintage Cast Iron Wine Bottle Corker

    $1,200.00

    31.75"H x 29.5"W x 12.25"D

    Dimensions: 31-¾”H x 29-½”W x 12-¼”D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Made of iron around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. On one side is printed “LA ROUENNAISE”. On the overflow rim is printed “MOUILLER LES BOUCHONS”. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

  • French Vintage Cast Iron Wine Bottle Corker

    $1,200.00

    40.13"H x 31.75"W x 13.63"D

    Dimensions: 40-⅛”H x 31-¾”W x 13-⅝”D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Made of iron around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. On one side is printed “LA MEILLEUAE B” and also B.F PARIS.  The overflow bowl has printed on its edge “E CHAUDER LES BOUCHONS”.Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

  • French Vintage Cast Iron Wine Bottle Corker

    $995.00

    32.38"H x 17.75"W x 9.25"D

    Dimensions: 32-⅜”H x 17-¾”W x 9-¼”D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Made of iron around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

  • French Vintage Cast Iron Wine Bottle Corker

    $995.00

    44.25"H x 15"W x 1"D

    Dimensions: 44-¼”H x 15”W x 1”D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. Made of iron around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. The initials “C/F” also appear on this corker. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

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    French 19th Century Wine Bottle Holder

    Original price was: $1,650.00.Current price is: $995.00.

    95.5"H x 24.75"W x 12"D

    Dimensions: 95-½”H x 24-¾”W x 12”D

    This rustic, painted wine bottle holder will hold 36 bottles.  It has a distressed painted finish, resembling a wine bottle and has an ‘R’ painted at the neck of the bottle.  The legs on the back fold in and out, when closed this holder is 3-½”D. 

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Wine Bottle

    $250.00

    15.75"H x "W x 4.63"D

    Dimensions: 15-¾”H x 4-⅝”Diameter

    This tall, green, blown glass wine bottle remains fully intact. Still in wonderful condition, this piece could be a vase and make a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color.

  • French 19th Century Hectolitre Winemakers Measure

    $2,200.00

    34.5"H x 24.75"W x 27.75"D

    Dimensions: 34-½”H x 24-¾”W x 27-¾”D

    This rare, painted tole and brass wine barrel was used by wineries to measure and pour their wines into bottles in preparation for consumption or sale.  The tole and old paint have developed a wonderful patina over time.  It is mounted with a pair of handles and three legs. The measure is outfitted with an overflow and a spout down one side which would allow the excess wine to be emptied into a vessel below to insure little waste.  Every winery would have had one of these barrels and customers would bring a vessel and place it under the spout to fill with the desired amount of wine.  The vintner would charge for the wine by using a measuring stick to determine how much was in the barrel before and after dispensing as not every vessel was of equal size.  This wine vat will hold 100L and could still be used today.  The maker’s badge is emblazoned in a crest on the vessel’s front.

  • French 19th Century Blown Glass Wine Keg

    $250.00

    10.25"H x "W x 9.63"D

    Dimensions: 10-¼”H x 9-⅝”Diameter

    This small, blue, blown glass wine keg, or demijohn as they are sometimes called, remains fully intact after more than one hundred years. Still in wonderful condition, this piece would be a great addition to your space, giving it an element of texture and color.

  • French Early 20th Century Bottle Carrier

    $1,100.00

    16.25"H x 24.25"W x 8.38"D

    Dimensions: 16-¼”H x 24-¼”W x 8-⅜”D

    Early 20th century, c. 1900, 12 bottle carrier basket from France.  Handmade bottle rack, made of metal with a wooden handle.  Wonderful, aged patina gives this basket layers of character.

  • Set of 7 French 19th Century Absinthe Glasses

    $600.00

    6"H x "W x 2.75"D

    Dimensions: 6”H x 2-¾”D

    Set of seven French glasses, c. 1880.  These heavy, absinthe glasses are each unique hand blown pieces. Sold only as a set of seven.

  • Set of French 19th Century Cut Crystal Champagne Flutes

    $1,295.00

    6.88"H x "W x 2.88"D

    Dimensions: 6-⅞”H x 2-⅞”D

    Set of 13 French glasses, c. 1820.  These crystal flutes have a cut design around the bowl and overall tapered design with faceted stems.  

  • Vintage French Small Grapevine Corkscrews

    $30.00

    5.38"H x 7"W x 2.13"D

    Dimensions: 5-⅜”H x 7”W x 2-⅛”D

    Add French charm to your bar or wine cellar with one or all of these grapevine corkscrews, handmade in the vineyards of France.  It is one-of-a-kind and could not possibly be more appropriate.  A spectacular twisted and knotted wood handled corkscrew, used by professional sommeliers and wine enthusiasts alike in bistros and homes all over France.  The dimensions vary on these unique pieces, listed dimensions are for reference and are not exact for each corkscrew.  We have 45 corkscrews in stock. $30/ea.

  • French 19th Century Hand-Blown Glass Decanter

    $175.00

    11.875"H x 5.375"W x 5.375"D

    Dimensions: 11-7/8″ – 12″H x 4″ – 5-3/8″Diameter

    French 19th Century Hand-Blown Glass Decanter, c. 1880’s.

  • French 19th Century Hand-Blown Glass Decanters

    $175.00

    13.125"H x 4.875"W x 4.875"D

    Dimensions: 13-1/8″H x 4-7/8″ – 4-3/4″W

    French hand-blown glass decanters, from France, c. 1880’s.  Available for individual purchase at $175.00 each.

  • 19th Century French Painted Wine Corker

    $1,400.00

    26.5"H x 13"W x 9"D

    Dimensions: 26-1/2″H x 13″W x 9″D

    This unique apparatus has a lot to do with the history and shaping of French history and culture: the wine bottle corker. This green painted wine corker, made around 1890, was used in a winery in Bordeaux. Wine production is intrinsic to French culture and is taken very seriously. Many aspects of French winemaking have remained unchanged for centuries. Great pride is taken in the wines produced in each growing region. Once a vineyard’s grapes have been harvested, pressed, and aged, the resulting wine will be bottled and finally sealed with a cork, using an iron wine corker just like this one.

If you’re a lover of wine and antiques you have found the right antique shop. We sell useable wine accessories and furniture. We have a large selection of unique, well designed cork screws including straight pulls, ring pulls, zig zag, etc. We sell cellar candlesticks, calvados decanters from Normandy, France.Cave a liqueur sets, champagne riddlers, glass wine kegs and glass wine bottles. Tilt-top wine tasters or vernage tables in walnut, oak and fruitwood, perfect for your breakfast table. Grape pickers baskets and hods, wine buckets and champagne buckets which are perfect for your home bar or host’s gift.
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