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Hi there,

I have had this wine chiller for quite sometime, but can't find out who made it.

Any info is greatly appreciated.

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Not for wine. For tequila and lime juice.  Hecho en Mexico. Bottle is sold "as is".  Value is minimal. You're missing a cork stopper for the main spigot.

Thanks for the info. Didn't realize it was missing a third cork stopper.

There are a lot of these when searching through google images, using your own photo as the search variable.

Many show up as Wine Decanters with Ice Chamber, two I saw list as hand blown tea pots, many shown with only two stoppers, many more shown with three, I even saw one with a matching glass stopper.

Most I saw didn't include the handle attached as part of the bottle, some had a metal handle, a few had straw handles, almost all were the same basic shape as yours though.

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Since Tom recognises your bottle as being made for Tequila and Lime, I'd say the other bottles are either copies or coincidence.  They obviously must work well for wine/tea/beverages in general as well, given how many there are out there with those listings.

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