The Bartons Arms is one of the finest examples of Victorian pub architecture in the United Kingdom. Built in 1901 and Grade II* listed, the pub features extensive tiling, decorative etched glass, stained glass windows and original snob screens that can only be found in a handful of pubs in the UK.
Antique ruby red glass and sterling silver beer stein made in England over 150 years ago during the beginning of Victorian era. Tapered crystal glass ruby-red body with polished-out pontil mark. Very ornate silver mounts repousse, chased and heavily gilt. Solid handle with Faun head for the thumb lift.