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Glossary of Antiques Terms - Antiques Glossary ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

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.... Monteith So named after a Scotsman named Monteigh whose cloak hem resembled the scalloped edge of the bowl, the monteith is a vessel used for the rinsing and cooling of wine glasses....... The rim has notches that allow the stem of a wine glass to be suspended by its base so that the wine glass bowl can be submerged into ice....... They would, rather, signal for a full glass to be brought by the server. Once the glass was empty, it would be collected by the server and rinsed and cooled in the monteith until the next guest called for a glass of wine... Read More »

Master Painters of La Belle Epoque ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

[from About Us] 06/27/2013
.... Their only respite appears to be the bottle of wine staying cool on the marble hearth at right. At the same time that Caillebotte was establishing himself, Jean... Read More »

The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques From Our Sales Team Archives » The official weblog of M.S.

.... By cranking the lever clockwise above, the carcass is compressed in order to extract the rich juices. Then mixed with essential French ingredients, such as pureed duck liver, red wine, and butter, this sauce accompanies thin slices of the duck breast... Read More »

The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques Antiques Archives » The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antique

.... By cranking the lever clockwise above, the carcass is compressed in order to extract the rich juices. Then mixed with essential French ingredients, such as pureed duck liver, red wine, and butter, this sauce accompanies thin slices of the duck breast... Read More »

Glossary of Antiques Terms - Antiques Glossary ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

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.... The bridegroom drinks a toast out of the larger cup and then rights the figure, without spilling the wine in the smaller pivoted bowl, which is then to be drunk by the bride... Read More »

Glossary of Antiques Terms - Antiques Glossary ~ M.S. Rau Antiques

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.... Its earliest use was ecclesiastical for wine, oil and water. A few medieval examples exist today. In the late 17th century, cruets were used domestically and were made of glass imported from Italy and adorned with silver or silver-plated mounts... Read More »

The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques Jewelry Archives » Page 2 of 4 » The official weblog of M.S

.... Almandite gives the stone its deep wine-colored hue while the Spesserite brightens the stone with flashes of fiery golden orange... Read More »

The official weblog of M.S. Rau Antiques M.S. Rau Blog Archives » Page 3 of 33 » The official weblog

.... By cranking the lever clockwise above, the carcass is compressed in order to extract the rich juices. Then mixed with essential French ingredients, such as pureed duck liver, red wine, and butter, this sauce accompanies thin slices of the duck breast... Read More »