A large stoneware flagon from H. A. Steer Wine Merchants in Rhyl, dating from the late 1800s – early 1900s. The flagon is in good condition considering its age but does have some chips / cracks to the neck.
The wine merchants, founded by Harry A. Steer, was located at 73 High Street, Rhyl, and was one of the best known in North Wales. Harry Steer was born in 1853, in Lewisham, Kent, and moved to Rhyl at the age of 23 where he acquired the wine & spirits business from Mr Wynne, and Harry remained in Rhyl until his death in 1905, aged 52. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and was a beloved member of the community who pursued lots of charitable causes alongside his business career.
The item may have some wear, including scratches / marks, in keeping with it’s age – please review the photos carefully and contact us for more information prior to purchase if this is of concern to you.
Height: 57cm / Width: 30cm / Depth: 30cm
Availability: 1 in stock