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Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic

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Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic
Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic Unused as New Vintage Pub Home Bar Barware Rawlings Mixing Waters Established 1784 Ceramic Bottle Pourer Stopper Circa 1980s Britvic
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Item - Vintage Unused Ceramic Rawlings Mixing Water Bottle Pourer, Circa 1970/80s (please see all photos)

Maker - Unknown

Stamps - None Found

Type - Barware

Circa - 1970/80s

Construction - Ceramic Body with plastic parts

Country of Origin - England

Dimensions - 4.25" in length

Weight - 58 gram

Condition - Excellent Unused Condition

Other Interesting Points - H. D. Rawlings was a carbonated drinks manufacturer established by John Rawlings in London in 1784. John Rawlings was an apothecary, dwelling in London, who applied to be made Free of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries on 22 August, 1754, finally achieving his freedom on 13 March, 1755. The company produced fruit juices, squashes, cordials, and carbonated waters. In the Victorian era, the entire Rawlings empire eventually came into the ownership of a rich widow named Sarah Rawlings. A young clerk by the name of Henry Doo was employed by Sarah. She became infatuated with him and proposed marriage, offering Henry full control of the business, provided that he changed his surname to Rawlings. Henry agreed and the couple were duly married. Henry took control of the company, which now became H. D. Rawlings. In 1891 H. D. Rawlings was acquired by rival carbonated drinks producer, R. Whites, and is now part of the Britvic Group.

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